There are many different types of leather, but they all have one thing in common: maintenance!
Every now and then leather needs a little attention, just like your own skin. On this page you will learn the most important tips for maintaining leather:
Leather has to 'live', people sometimes say. And that's right! Only when the leather falls below a moisture percentage of 5% is it officially declared 'technically dead'. By nourishing the leather every three to six months, you ensure that it stays beautiful and intact for longer. If you do not maintain the leather, it will dry out and discolor faster. In addition, you have a better chance of cleaning stains and lesser chance of permanent damage.
Maintaining leather is actually very simple. Dust the leather once a week, or use a slightly damp cloth. Vacuuming is also possible, then use a clean and soft furniture attachment. Respond adequately to new stains and use the maintenance products from the recommended maintenance set every six months to keep the leather in top condition.
Respond to stains as quickly as possible, especially when it comes to stains that can damage the leather (vomit, urine). Take a look at our stains page if you have any questions regarding new stains.
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