Does your favourite leather couch has lost all its charm? Does that make you feel you and your room low? Don’t worry we have the solution for you. What if we tell you that you can make your old leather lounge as good as new with things just one kitchen trip away!
Here is an Ecofriendly leather lounge cleaning method for you that will make you feel like the DIY Master! Happy Cleaning!
DIY Ecofriendly Leather Lounge Cleaning Method
First Thing’s First: Give it a good Vacuuming
Use vacuuming extensions to get in the crevices, vacuuming can help in sucking out dust, dirt, pet hair, food crumbs, etc. collected in the deep crevices of your upholstery.
Use a Moist Cloth
Now, work on entire leather surface down with a clean, warm damp cloth to remove all loose, surface dirt. Be gentle and move quickly – water can sometimes discolor unfinished leather and not give you the desired leather upholstery cleaning.
Now that you have done the pre-preparations. You just need the following household items to help you with your leather upholstery cleaning in an eco-friendly manner.
Now, given under is the list of easily available items and how can they come in handy for cleaning your leather lounge as good as new.
Olive or Baby Oil
Use these easily available oil for surface scratches. Try erasing the scratch with a mild oil. Dip a cotton swab in oil and gently massage along scratch until the scratch is well covered. Let the oil sit for 5 minutes and gently buff away excess oil with a clean and dried cloth.
Lemon Juice and Cornstarch
This mixture works well for protein-based stains like blood and food, try a paste of 2 parts cornstarch to 1 parts lemon juice as you learn how to clean a leather furniture and leather couch.
Use that beer for you leather upholstery. Alcohol can help clean those ink stains that strain your eye! Simply get a ball of cotton or a cotton swab. Dip it in alcohol, and then gently rub along mark until ink begins to fade away. Change cotton swabs often per requirement. Once the ink blotch is removed, wipe away extra alcohol with clean, moist cloth.
Use a Gentle, Steady Pattern
Spray heavily and use a clean cloth to massage into leather using. A circular motion is preferred until the entire surface has been cleaned. You can also use a soft brush to gently scrub problem areas. Finally end it with a dry paper towel to wipe all excess oil off the leather.
Make Your Own Solution
Here is your DIY solution that will work wonders. Mix 2 parts white vinegar with 1 part olive oil in any spray bottle and shake well. Add a few drops of fragrant essential oils to nullify the smell of vinegar on leather couch.