With its sleek and modern look, white leather is popular for everything from couches to handbags. Yet those who have owned white leather for a while will attest to the fact that it is prone to yellowing. Unfortunately, if it is not cared for properly, that bright, brilliant white can fade to a dull, ugly yellow, and once it does there’s little that can be done to fix the problem. These tips will help you delay this process and care for the leather without encouraging yellowing.
Leather is a durable upholstery option chosen for its comfort, style and longevity. Yet without the proper care, leather often gets worked and cracked before its time. If you have a leather item you have been storing for a while that looks dry, brittle and worn, don’t worry. You have options to help restore that leather close to its original condition, without the need to hire a costly leather restoration service. The answer is in Leather Honey products.
No matter how careful you are, if you have pets and leather upholstery, you will get the occasional stain or bad odor. Even the best trained pet may get unexpectedly sick on your leather couch or decide to leave his mark on your favorite leather chair. Take them in the car and you have a recipe for pet stains on that valuable leather upholstery. Knowing how to protect your leather from pet stains and odors, and how to clean it when necessary, will help you get the most life out of those leather pieces.
There are several claims for leather cleaning and conditioning solutions that are simply untrue — yet they continue to spread either by word of mouth or through internet searches.
We at Leather Honey are experts on leather care and we’re here to tell you that many of these claims are not only incorrect (and admittedly a little amusing) but they also risk having a reverse effect and actually end up doing more harm to your leather than good!
If you own leather furniture, one of the most important things you can do to keep the furniture looking its best is to keep it clean. The cleaning methods used for other upholstery types could easily damage your leather. Instead, you need a natural leather cleaner that will gently clean the surface of the leather without introducing unwanted moisture or damaging the integrity of the leather.
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When you pull out your favorite fall boots or your comfy leather jacket at the end of the summer, only to find that the leather has stiffened and become hard, what can you do? Before you get too discouraged about this problem, remember that Leather Honey Leather Conditioner and Leather Honey Leather Cleaner can restore the look and feel of your leather, so you can enjoy it all season long.
At the end of the baseball season, do you toss your baseball glove into the closet with your cleats, dirt and all, and forget about it until the next season hits? If you do, you’re not alone, because many players treat their glove this way. But before you throw your glove into the closet yet again, you need to know that you are also shortening the life of the glove. Here are some tips to help you clean and preserve your baseball glove, so it will serve you well for many seasons.
Leather is a durable material with many excellent uses, but like any material it can get worn down. Also, because leather needs moisture to stay beautiful, without proper care it can become dry and brittle. If you have a leather item you love that has seen better days, do you have any hope of restoring and reviving it for further use? With Leather Honey products, you do.
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