Leather Overview

HOW TO KEEP LEATHER LUXURIOUS LONGER.

Typically, automotive leather is finished with protective coatings to prevent damage from the sun’s rays, and from soiling. The finishes are significantly different from those used on furniture, garments, or shoe leathers.

CLEANING LEATHER: EASY AND SIMPLE.

Leather is extremely resilient and easy to clean and maintain. Before cleaning leather upholstery, vacuum it to remove dust. To clean, simply use a clean, soft, lint-free cloth dampened with lukewarm water and mild soap. Apply a gentle, circular motion.

Wipe the leather again with a separate clean, slightly damp cloth to remove soap residue. Dry with a soft cloth.

To maintain resiliency, leather should be cleaned when it becomes soiled. Dust and dirt may harm leather if allowed to work into the finish.

Never use alcohol, cleaning solvents, oils, varnishes, or polishes, and avoid using the following products, which can damage the finish:

  • Any household cleaning products
  • Solvents
  • Rubber cleaners
  • Vinyl cleaners
  • Plastic cleaners