Leather Chair / April 25, 2018 / Jamie Hampton
Make sure to keep dust off the chair. This is important, as dust carries many oily bacteria that can damage leather chairs. Dust your chair once a day or at least once a week if possible. Check to see if your chair is water resistant. If the leather on the chair is shiny, it most likely is protected from liquids. However, some chairs are non-finished, and these should not be cleaned with liquid products. Whether or not it is water-resistant, always use caution when dealing with leather.
It is never stressful to maintain leather because cleaning is very easy. Liquid spills are removed by wiping with a slightly wet cloth. Stains can be readily spotted and effortlessly washed with just soap and water. The use of costly chemical solutions for cleaning must be avoided because it will damage the natural luster of the material. There are leather covers available for purchase and used to wrap the chair to shield it from spills and stains. Although covers can be an added expense, they work to protect the leather from being damaged by scratches and unwanted marks.