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How to protect leather furniture during the winter
Here are a number of other ways in which you can prevent any damage to your leather furniture from taking place this winter.
- Keeping your leather
furniture away from extreme temperatures is one way of preventing any
damage, helping you to maintain supple leather. Prolonged exposure to
heating vents, radiators, fireplaces and even direct sunlight can dry,
crack and fade the leather, as well damage the framing. Remember to
place leather furniture at least 2 feet away from all heat sources.
Cleaning tips for maintaining leather furniture
One way of preserving the condition of your leather furniture is through using a non-abrasive and non-aggressive leather cleaner. This will remove the build up of dirt and grime, helping you to keep your leather furniture clean, whilst keeping any distress from everyday wear and tear to a minimum.
Applying a conditioning leather treatment should be done twice a year to nourish the leather, keeping it supple. This will also seal the leather for protection against spills and stains. Using a recommended leather cleaner can keep your leather furniture in tip top condition.
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