Leather Care

Regular Care

Vacuum regularly with the soft brush attachment of the vacuum cleaner to remove dust and grit then wipe with a soft, colour-fast cloth dampened with plain water. This should be done as often as necessary.


Spots & Spills

Wipe excess liquid up immediately with an assortment cloth or sponge.


Overall Cleaning

We recommend cleaning every 3-4 months with leather cleaner and leather protector.



Additional Note For Leather Care

The salts and body oils which occur naturally in human skin can damage the surface of the leather of left uncleaned for lengthy periods. In warm or humid weather it is important that leather be wiped over weekly, particularly if the leather has become damp with perspiration or deposits of body oils are visible on area such as head rests.
• DO NOT expose leather to direct sunlight, intensive heat, weather or soak unnecessarily. Always avoid excessive hard rubbing.
• DO NOT dry clean or machine wash Always clean along any creases that have developed in the leather and pay particular attention to areas that come in contact with skin such as head-rest, arm-pads or seat cushions.
• DO NOT use saddle soap, detergents, solvents, abrasives, unidentified leather cleaners, suede cleaners or any products containing silicon or solvents.