Leather Care Guide
Leather is a skin, it has its own natural oils & by keeping up with regular cleaning and oiling it can be kept soft and supple for many years.
Leather Care Tips
Wipe off stains and spills immediately with a soft damp cloth. Never use general household cleaning products as they can be aggressive and may damage your leather
Avoid placing your leather into direct sunlight. Consider getting your windows tinted to prevent sun damage or fading. If possible rotate the use of your furniture and cushions to avoid unbalanced wear and fading.
Dust and vacuum your furniture regularly. For further leather information, or help with a particular problem we recommend contacting the Wellington-based, European Leather Care professionals.
We recommend Colourlock’s Leather Care Packs as the best tool for care and protection of your leather furniture item, formulated from pure synthetic cleaning and moisturising agents. The cleaner is excellent for removing soiling, stains and spillages. With regular use it aids in the prevention and build-up of sweat and body oils in high contact areas of arms and headrests.
The Conditioner with Fadeguard is a lotion containing ultraviolet filters and moisturisers designed to condition the leather while protecting it from the damaging impact of the sun’s rays. With regular use the suppleness of leather is retained and fading of colour is significantly reduces.