The good news is that it’s fairly easy to care for leather furniture.
Vacuum Your Leather Furniture
In most cases, you will either want to vacuum your leather furniture once a week with a soft bristle attachment or wipe it down with a slightly damp rag or towel. Surface dust and dirt must be removed regularly to prevent long-term damage.
Condition Your Leather Furniture
Another important tip to preserving leather furniture is to condition it. You may only need to perform conditioning twice a year, but this is mandatory to keep your leather sofas and chairs in great shape. When conditioning, make sure you apply the product evenly to avoid uneven coloration on sofa cushions. If you don’t condition leather furniture, the leather will eventually dry out, become brittle and crack. To find the right product for conditioning, contact the manufacturer, as they will provide the best answer. Don’t choose a cheaper product; spend a little extra to get the best results.