Learning to condition and clean leather sofas has been on my to do list for a while. When we moved last year, we found a fan-tastic deal on a leather couch way, waaay back in the clearance section of the furniture store. The leather looked perfect with the exception of a small scratch on the back (which no one can even see). The best part was that it reclined on both sides. Score!
Since we have two rowdy boys in the house, that couch takes a beating. I would like the sofa to last long after our boys leave the house…so we can actually use those recliners. That’s why I’m doing my best to keep that leather sofa in good condition.
Clean and condition leather furniture is on the cleaning schedule for today, so let’s get started!
Instructions on how to care for your leather furniture are often listed on the tag attached to the furniture. So make sure to check that first. If you don’t find directions on the tag, follow the instructions on your leather cleaner. Last but not least, if you don’t have commercial leather cleaner on hand, here are 5 ways to clean leather furniture using everyday, household ingredients.
Your assignment for today:
- Continue working on habit #7.
- Clean your leather furniture.
- Add this task to your personal cleaning calendar.
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