• 2 At-Home Cleaning Tips for Leather Furniture


    Do you have leather furniture you really love? If you do, then you know what an investment it is, and you want it to last as long as possible. It's not as hard as it seems to keep it clean and help give it a good, long life. Here are two simple tips for at-home cleaning you can do regularly:

    Break Out the Vacuum

    The vacuum is your friend when it comes to your leather furniture. The key is to use a soft brush attachment so you don't scratch the material. Regular vacuuming can help keep the dust and dirt off the surface and out of the crevices. It's the dust and dirt that can work its way into the leather and cause it to age and break down prematurely.

    Mix Up a Simple Cleaner

    Leather furniture is great because it doesn’t absorb liquids and crumbs the way upholstery does, but it still needs some regular cleaning. You can mix up a simple solution of water and white vinegar, which is mild enough not to damage the leather, but is a natural cleaner and can take off some of the surface buildup and spills that might get on your furniture. Use a soft cloth and rub gently to remove spots and dirt.

    It’s easy to do basic maintenance on your leather furniture to keep it clean and looking good, but it’s just as important to have it professionally cleaned once a year as well. Professionals can get out the deep down dirt and protect the leather itself so that you can enjoy it for years to come.

    For professional leather furniture cleaning to keep your investment looking great, contact our expert team at Whitehall Carpet Cleaners.

    By: Matt Lashway Friday, August 04, 2017
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