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Natural Cleaners for Leather Furniture You Can Find at Home

Leather furniture is a special kind of upholstered fabric compared to others. Aside from its durability, material used and the comfort it gives, they also have some special ways of cleaning them. But there are also some natural or organic ways of cleaning your leather furniture that you can find at home without buying the expensive ones.

This is another good ways of saving your money and giving you a good benefit in cleaning your furniture at the same time it is less effortless by using less harmful chemicals. You can use spray bottles in some tips below and play around with the measurements according to your needs.

Cream of Tartar & Lemon – you can mix in balance with ¼ cup each the lemon and cream of tartar. Make a paste and rub is slowly on stains in leather sofa. Let it sit for 5-10 minutes and wash it off with dampened cloth.

Olive Oil, Vinegar & Lemon – you can mix these three ingredients in a jar and shake it. Dampen a clean cloth in the mixture and clean the entire piece of furniture. This can easily give your leather couch a shiny and new clean look.

Water & Rubbing Alcohol – you can mix an equal of parts rubbing alcohol and water in a small bowl. Dampen a clean cloth and gently the area and wipe it off with another clean cloth dampened with water, and then dry.

Water & White Vinegar – Mix both in spray bottle with more water, although vinegar doesn’t smell after it dries and due to its high acidity, it kills germs and bacteria. It’s also environmentally friendly and very inexpensive.   

Baking soda & Water—Baking soda also makes a great a natural deodorizer–it absorbs smells instead of masking them. Mix one cup of salt water (use ¾ cup tap water and 1.4 cup salt), two tablespoons of baking soda, and one teaspoon of flour in a large bowl. This will brighten and clean even the dirtiest leather couch.

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    Leather furniture is a special kind of upholstered fabric compared to others. Aside from its durability, material used and the comfort it gives, they also have some special ways of cleaning them. But there are also some natural or organic ways of cleaning your leather furniture that you can find at home without buying the expensive ones.

    This is another good ways of saving your money and giving you a good benefit in cleaning your furniture at the same time it is less effortless by using less harmful chemicals. You can use spray bottles in some tips below and play around with the measurements according to your needs.

    Cream of Tartar & Lemon – you can mix in balance with ¼ cup each the lemon and cream of tartar. Make a paste and rub is slowly on stains in leather sofa. Let it sit for 5-10 minutes and wash it off with dampened cloth.

    Olive Oil, Vinegar & Lemon – you can mix these three ingredients in a jar and shake it. Dampen a clean cloth in the mixture and clean the entire piece of furniture. This can easily give your leather couch a shiny and new clean look.

    Water & Rubbing Alcohol – you can mix an equal of parts rubbing alcohol and water in a small bowl. Dampen a clean cloth and gently the area and wipe it off with another clean cloth dampened with water, and then dry.

    Water & White Vinegar – Mix both in spray bottle with more water, although vinegar doesn’t smell after it dries and due to its high acidity, it kills germs and bacteria. It’s also environmentally friendly and very inexpensive.   

    Baking soda & Water - Baking soda also makes a great a natural deodorizer–it absorbs smells instead of masking them. Mix one cup of salt water (use ¾ cup tap water and 1.4 cup salt), two tablespoons of baking soda, and one teaspoon of flour in a large bowl. This will brighten and clean even the dirtiest leather couch.

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