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WYSIWYG

LEATHER

CLEANING LEATHER

For everyday cleaning, wipe leather with a clean, dry, lint-free microfiber cloth.

SPOT CLEANING ON LEATHER

Apply a clean, dry cloth or sponge to any spilled liquid immediately.

Using a clean, lint-free microfiber cloth, gently dab a (non-detergent) soap-and-warm-water solution to the impacted area.

Do not scrub or rub the area.

Allow the area to dry naturally.

SPOT CLEANING BUTTER, OIL, OR GREASE ON LEATHER

Never use water to clean or treat.

Dab the surface of the leather with a soft, clean cloth until you’ve absorbed as much as possible.

Wait a day or so to let the stain “cure.”

Usually the oils will absorb into the leather and the stain will disappear.

CAUTION:

Do not use saddle soap, cleaning solvent, furniture polish, oils, varnish, abrasive cleaners, window cleaners, or ammonia water to clean leather.

Do not scrub leather with abrasives or hard-bristle brushes as they might damage the leather.