Leather Chair / April 26, 2018 / Kristin Armstrong
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.
Executive leather chairs have become increasingly popular nowadays due to the their high durability and beautiful style that people love. Business persons in corporate environments have been using these chairs for a long time now and employees can always see the CEO and other high managers sitting on them in full comfort. However, as more and more people started to work from home, being either self-employed or simply working for a company but without having to commute to work every day, sitting on a hard and uncomfortable chair is no longer an option. Now people have realized that the managers at office are using these chairs not only for 'show off' and ego purposes, but for added comfort and health benefits that they can get from them when working long hours.
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