Home Remedy Leather Coat Cleaning
Leather is a very precious commodity, and so is any item that is made from it. Therefore, it should be cared for properly.
A professional cleaner is often used to clean some of the more impossible-to-remove stains. However, lesser stains can be removed right at home. If you keep reading you can learn more about safe ways to clean your leather pieces.
Stain Removal Tips
The instructions you would follow for removing leather stains depends on the kind of stain. You can follow whatever tips below that most suit you.
Remember each stain is different so it might require a different method. That is why more than one solution is shown below for your reference.
A ¼ cup of dish soap and 4 cups of warm water can really help put shine back into certain kinds of leather pieces. This solution along with a damp cloth can wipe away all dust and dirt that has been engrained into your prized coat, vest, or other inside or outside apparel.
After you have soaped up your leather jacket or coat (or other leather clothing item) you can then rinse it off with a damp sponge. When this step is completed you can then dry the jacket off with a towel.
If you after cleaning want to condition your coat you could also create a ¼ cup vinegar and ½ cup Neatsfoot or linseed oil mixture. This can be applied by dipping a lint-free cloth into this mixture and then spreading it evenly over your leather piece(s).
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