Day in and day out your car’s seats take a brutal beating. After dealing with pets, rain, dirt, and constantly being sat on, a car’s leather seats need to be cleaned and conditioned on a regular basis.
The first step for caring for your car’s leather is to routinely clean it. The new Leather Honey Leather Cleaner is formulated to comply with our company’s high standards of caring for genuine leather. Like our premium Leather Honey Leather Conditioner, it is completely natural and non-toxic. The leather cleaner comes in a concentrated four-ounce bottle. Simply dilute the formula with water using a one to eight ratio (i.e. one ounce of cleaner per eight ounces of water) and add to spray bottle. Before applying the cleaner or conditioner, be sure to test it on an inconspicuous area.
Using a clean soft cloth, apply a small amount of Leather Honey Leather Cleaner in a small circular motion working in small areas and moving your way from the head rest to the seat. Be careful not to oversaturate the leather. Allow the leather seats to dry completely before applying conditioner.
Now that your seats are clean, it is important to condition them to retain their soft, supple feel and prepare them for regular use. Using a clean lint-free cloth apply a small amount of Leather Honey Conditioner to the car seats, making a thin, even coat.
In addition to cleaning and conditioning your car’s leather seats, you can use the following tips to maintain the look and feel of the leather:
- Crack your windows a tiny bit on hot days to prevent high interior heat from causing your leather to crack and dry out over time.
- Use a sunshield in your car’s windshield to protect your seats from the sun’s harmful rays.
- Keep sharp objects from leather seats and use pet carriers or blankets when transporting pets.
With Leather Honey Leather Cleaner and Leather Honey Leather Conditioner you can keep your car’s leather seats looking and feeling like new. Buy Now!
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