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Leather Furniture Care


Aniline Leather

Aniline leather is natural looking and will feature more noticeable marks, barbed wire scars, scratches, brands and wrinkles. Aniline leather should be cleaned with a soft cloth and vacuumed with a soft brush extension. You should also rub the leather down with a cleaning solution to preserve the quality of the leather.

Nubuck Leather

Nubuck leather has been buffed to feel like velvet or suede. This is a form of leather that will have more noticeable range marks, and is more likely to stain and fade than the two other forms of leather. Using a product such as Leather Master Nubuck cleaner and protection which will help the leather resist natural body oils, liquid spills, and perspiration and maintain the velvet/suede texture. This form of leather is harder to keep clean than the other forms of leather due to the texture not being smooth. No cleaning will remove every stain, fading or wear. However, you will be able to maintain your leather furniture longer by removing spills immediately, dusting regularly and using care and cleaning products designed for leather furniture.



No cleaning will remove every stain, fading or however you will be able to maintain leather furniture longer by removing spills immediately. dusting regularly and using care cleaning products designed for leather furniture

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