Care Tips for Leather

Care Tips for Leather

Care Tips for Aniline & Protected Leather

  • Try to maintain at least 2 feet between your funiture and heating sources.
  • Avoid placing your furniture in direct sunlight. All materials will fade over time when paced in direct sunlight. Aniline and Protected
    leathers are especially sensitive to sunlight.
  • With leather, you can fully remove dust particles from the surface with a soft cloth. Use a professional cleaner to help resist
    staining and prevent overall soiling.
  • Fully clean your furniture with a soft cloth and re-protect with a professional cream protector
    every six months to remove dirt as well as the gradual accumulation of body oils and perspiration. For oil based stains, use a professional degreaser.
  • Do not use any products that are not recommended by the manufacturer as they may negatively affect the leather’s surface.
  • Leather Characteristics

    Leather type:
    Hand or Comfort:
    Natural Marking:
    Color:
    Cleanability:
    Resistance to Fading:
    Aniline Leather
    Excellent
    Visible
    Shading is Normal
    Moderate
    Low. It is best to avoid direct sunlight

    Leather type:
    Hand or Comfort:
    Natural Marking:
    Color:
    Cleanability:
    Resistance to Fading:
    Protected Leather
    Moderate
    Hidden
    Uniform
    Excellent
    High. It is best to avoid direct sunlight