Protecting and prolonging the life of your leather investment
Mother Nature isn’t always kind to your leather goods. Dirt, salt, dry air and other harsh winter elements can damage leather if they’re left to set in for months on end. Summer days mean more exposure to damaging UV rays, so it’s important to protect all leather, including car seats, from the harsh rays of the summer sun. Leather items are assumed to be durable and thus overlooked during spring cleaning, but without proper care, leather can become faded, cracked or dried out and even too stiff to wear.
There are four steps to taking care of your leather: cleaning, conditioning, polishing and protection. Done correctly you can not only keep your leather products looking great, they’ll last much longer as well.
1. Cleaning: before you start, dust the surface with a soft or micro-fiber cloth and check for any manufacturer cleaning recommendations. Always test any cleaner you use on an out-of-the-way spot first.
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