The Chesterfield sofa is a subtle piece of furniture. The chesterfield’s versatility can fit into almost any home design you have in mind. Something that will last a lifetime due to their quality and elegant look, although a chesterfield sofa do not require much maintenance but still upkeep on regular basis is necessary to make it last longer.
Like any other leather furniture, a chesterfield leather sofa is also vulnerable to dust, dirt and stains. Nonetheless there are some cleaning techniques that can be very helpful for you in the long run. The very nature of construction of a Chesterfield means that there are little spaces where dust can be permitted to accumulate easily. A leather Chesterfield is indeed a very pricey item and as such requires special upkeep and care.
Polishing - to polish the leather chesterfield use a household cleaner which is suited to leather, and wipe with a soft cloth. This extends to the sides and the back of the sofa, as these will gather dust, and the polishing you give the leather keeps it looking nice. Or you can just use a water to dampen a soft, non-abrasive cloth on a daily basis.
Vacuum – Make sure you are using a soft brush with the vacuum cleaner. Vacuum behind cushions and anywhere else dirt and dust may accumulate and be aware that a normal vacuum head might damage the leather so choose what is best for leather furniture.
Deep cleaning—To deep clean the leather and to give it a little more life, use saddle soap. This is specifically made to clean leather and to keep it supple. You can dip the cloth into the water so that it is just moist and then rub the cloth into the saddle soap to clean a leather chesterfield.
A Chesterfield will give you years of service if you look after it correctly. Cleaning it gives you a chance to look for any defects which can be repaired right away; these cleaning methods can be applied also in chesterfield Ottoman, Armchair and more. By looking after your Chesterfield, you extend its life and can enjoy its comfort for a longer period of time.
Chesterfield Armchair from LOCUS HABITAT
Chesterfield Sofa from Locus Habitat