General Leather Care Tips
- Regularly vacuum your leather furniture with an upholstery attachment to remove dust.
- To minimize fading, place leather furniture where it won’t be exposed to direct sunlight.
- Regularly remove the zippered casings from seat and back cushions to fluff and rotate the cushion inside. This ensures even wear and helps your cushions last longer.
- We recommend specific cleaning and conditioning products based on leather type: top grain or nubuck. Confirm which type of leather you purchased before cleaning or conditioning.
- For large or persistent stains, contact a professional upholstery cleaning company.
How to Clean and Condition Top-grain Leather
- Immediately blot spills with a clean white cloth, moving toward the center of the spill. Don’t rub.
- We recommend Guardsman® Clean & Renew or Leather Magic® Leather Cleaner to treat stains.
- For water-based stains, use leather cleaner according to package directions.
- Oil-based stains are more difficult to remove initially, but dissipate into the leather over time.
- If the leather feels dry to the touch or appears lighter in color, apply Guardsman® Protect & Preserve or Leather Magic® Leather Conditioner to restore softness and color.
How to Clean and Condition Nubuck Leather
- Our nubuck leathers are treated with a water-repellent finish for easier care, but all nubuck is sensitive to oil-based stains because of its texture.
- We recommend Leather Magic® Nubuck Leather Cleaner to treat stains. Follow package directions.
- Use a soft bristle brush, like a toothbrush or nailbrush, to help lift the stain and also restore the texture of the nubuck.
- Apply Leather Magic® Nubuck Leather Conditioner according to package directions after cleaning or if the nubuck feels dry.