Though genuine leather itself is very resilient, the nature of leather colors means they will fade over time. Arming yourself with knowledge to maintain leather and consistently applying it can keep your leather looking good for years. The best way to slow down the surface wear on leather is to use a leather moisturizer. This can go a long way in extending the color life of the product for years of use.
When it comes to leather care sometimes LESS is MORE. Be careful not to overdo it, your leather is naturally tough and resilient. Many stains can be removed with a damp cloth such as microfiber. Scrub gently and be careful not to apply too much pressure.
Remember that 100% genuine leather is more susceptible to stains than plastic coated or PU leather. For more stubborn stains you can try shampoo or a commercial product. Before using any commercial products ,apply a small amount to an inconspicuous area and observe the result. Some products can darken the leather and if that is the result, either choose a different product or apply evenly over the entire leather product so that it looks uniform.
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