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How to Clean And Protect Leather Seats

How To Clean And Protect Leather Seats

Everyone loves a clean leather look and scent, but no one like cleaning it. If leather is not well maintained over time it will fade, dry, or crack. Take your interior to the next level by cleaning, conditioning, and protecting your leather. Maintaining your leather is key. 

To properly nourish and protect leather, you must first clean away any oils and impurities with Leather Cleaner. Leather Cleaner lifts and emulsifies dirt, oils, and grease from deep within the pores of natural and synthetic leather upholstery and accessories. The pH-balanced formula won’t stain leather or change the texture, and is safe for natural leather, durable sealed leather, and synthetic leather materials. Leather Conditioner nourishes natural tanned leather hides and synthetic materials, preventing them from drying out, cracking, and fading from the wear and tear of regular use. Leather Conditioner replenishes essential nutrients like Vitamin E that are regularly depleted by harsh elements like the sun. 

STEP 1: VACUUM THE SEATS

Vacuuming is a key step when it comes to cleaning leather. Vacuuming will remove any dirt or sharp object to avoid scratching or ripping leather. Use the soft horse hair vacuum attachment when vacuuming directly on leather.

STEP 2: SPRAY LEATHER CLEANER

Spray Leather Cleaner onto the Premium Select Horse Hair Cleaning Brush and directly onto the leather seat to add lubrication and reduce friction as you clean. Leather Cleaner is a pH-balanced formula that contains heavy cleaning power but will not damage any leather.

STEP 3: SCRUBBING THE LEATHER

When scrubbing the leather, we recommend going in a circular motion to penetrate the pores of the leather and make it foam up. Leather Cleaner foaming action makes leather cleaning a lot more easier. We recommend starting at the bottom of the leather and work your way up.

STEP 4: WIPE OFF RESIDUE

Once you leather is clean, grab a designated leather towel to wipe off any residue Leather Cleaner left behind. Once you have removed all residue inspect the leather. Leather should have a nice supple feel to it, when it is cleaned.

STEP 5: CONDITION YOUR LEATHER

Now that the leather is super clean, we recommend adding a layer of Leather Conditioner to keep it soft and bring back the leather smell. Also Leather Conditioner protects from the harmful UV rays and harsh elements. First shake up Leather Conditioner and apply 2 lines of product onto a Workhorse Microfiber applicator. If your leather contains stitching, we recommend spreading out the product onto the applicator to avoid any leaving product in threads or stitching.


Cleaning Fabric Seats

Time Needed

15 - 25 minutes

Expertise

Beginner

Prep

None

  • Vacuum
  • Leather Conditioner
  • Leather Cleaner
  • Premium Select Horse Hair Cleaning Brush
  • Workhorse Applicator
  • Workhorse Towel