Do's and Don'ts of Leather Furniture Care

DO

Weekly or Monthly:

Dust furniture with a dry cotton cloth (a slightly damp cloth is effective as well).

If stains occur, use a damp cloth (no soap or detergent) to help remove surface soil, and leave to dry.

Annually:

Use LeResco to professionally clean and condition your leather furniture.

Ink and stain removal

Cleans accumulated soil

Conditions leather, making it softer and more flexible

DON'T

Do not use excessive amounts of water when cleaning (use dry or slightly damp cotton cloths only).

Do not use abrasive materials to remove soil or stains.

Do not use saddle soap (contact LeResco).

Do not use any unspecified stain or ink removers.