leather care

leather care

cleaning furniture
leather dying
leather products
cleaning leather
leather renovation
leather care
leather dyeing
leather cleaning
cleaning upholstery
leather care kits
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leather care

Leather is one of the most versatile fabrics known to man, however as a natural material, leather thrives on a bit of care and attention.

There is a huge range of commercial leather cleaners on the market, and confusion abounds as to how best to care for leather in its many different uses - shoes, boots, clothing and accessories, upholstery on chairs, sofas, and car seats. What works well on some leather, does not necessarily work on others.

We have sourced a high quality, excellent value, professional range of leather cleaning products that you can carefully use yourself, to help you to care for and keep your leather in great condition.

Cleaning leather furniture and leather upholstery

Most furniture in the home or within a vehicle is finished leather, this kind of leather is suitably cared for with our range of leather cleaners and conditioners. For best results, cleaning and conditioning of your leather should be done every 3 months or so.

Always initially test clean a hidden area of leather to convince yourself of the results.

Next remove any dust from the surface of your leather, start with a damp cloth and then a soft, white cloth can be used. You can also use the soft brush attachment on your vacuum cleaner for any hard-to-reach places.

Finished leather has a surface protection that stops the absorption of body oil. Clean with a soft, damp cloth and dry before using one of our leather cleaner / conditioners.

Leather Conditioners nourish and replenish the leather surface to maintain softness and improve flexibility and suppleness, this helps to prevent cracks and dryness across the hide. They also produce a protective barrier which can help to extend the life of your purchase and make future cleaning easier.

Caring for your leather furniture in general

As with all furniture, try to place your leather furniture in places where it will not be exposed to excessive sunlight. Use shades, blinds and curtains to help block UV rays.

Always ensure a safe distance between your leather furniture and radiators and other heat sources.

Be cautious of using any sharp objects close to leather furniture. Pens, pencils, and pets claws can quite easily be the cause of scratches.

Newspaper and printer inks can leach into the leather if kept in contact for a sustained period of time.

Leaders in the supply of leather cleaning products for over 15 years, The Leather Care Company provide leather cleaners, leather renovaters, rejuvinaters, polishes, and feeders throughout the whole of England, Scotland Wales and Ireland, the whole of the UK. Our business is based on a close relationship with our customers, critically individual personal attention is given to each and every enquiry. Leather is a natural product and as such requires careful attention, we offer the following solutions, leather cleaning products, leather dyes, leather oil dyes, leather renovation creams, fiebings, grison, leather conditioners, and many more.

cleaning furniture
leather dying
leather products
cleaning leather
leather renovation
leather care
leather dyeing
leather cleaning
cleaning upholstery
leather care kits
cleaning furniture
leather dying
leather products
cleaning leather
leather renovation
leather care
leather dyeing
leather cleaning
cleaning upholstery
leather care kits
Home
About The Leather Care Co
Fiebings Leather Products
Grison Leather Products
Frequently Asked Questions
Contact Us
Leather Dyes
Leather Feeders
Leather Cleaning Products
Leather Conditioners