Soap ideal for cleaning leather claim expert
Category: Upholstery Curtains Guidance
Linda Davis, writing for Azfamily.com, explained cleaners should consider using moisturising soap to keep any leather furniture looking great, as well as potentially removing any blemishes from the items.
Ms Davies said: "Just take a soft cloth and rub it over the moistened soap or pump on a little from the pump.
"Do not rinse it off, just rub it in. This will clean your leather, you'll ultimately need to condition it but this will get it clean."
She added that saddle soap is particularly good at achieving a high-gleam finish to the leather but any soap could work just as well. Alternatively, specialist cleaning products such as leather wipes can make domestic cleaning easier and produce strong results.
Ms Davies also stressed that it is always a good idea to clean the whole of the leather product; otherwise a spot clean could produce an uneven finish.
Karyn Siegal-Maier, author of The Naturally Clean Home, recently explained to the Lansing State Journal that toothpaste is an ideal domestic cleaning product.
Anyone with leather furniture that needs a spruce should consider approaching a cleaning company to call in the professional cleaners.