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Leather sofa cleaning products?

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6y, 1m agoPosted 6 years, 1 month ago
We bought a leather sofa from dfs last tear and they supplied a couple of boxes of their care clothes to clean and protect it with, they did a great Job but have now ran out

Can anyone recommend a good leather cleaning product they have used?
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6y, 1m agoPosted 6 years, 1 month ago
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#1
we use mr sheen leather wipes-available in any supermarket-dont buy the cheap alternatives-they are crap!
#2
I use baby wipes.

If you want a leather specific product auto glym leather care balm is quite good.
#3
We were supplied leather cleaner with ours to but ours came from Joysleep, ran out of that stuuff after a while and have been using Gumption Leather Referbisher wipes, get them from Wilkinsons, But did think it needed a cream clean so when I was in TKMaxx the other week they had some stuff in there was £1.99 a 200ml bottle, Wheelers Natural Beeswax Leather Balm, not to be used on Aniline leather, but was really good for mine wipe it on with one cloth buff it up with another you can get if from http://www.beewaxed.com made by a company in Preston, not sure what there price is on the net but do recommend the product:)
#4
Cheers guys I'll have a look at some of them.... But not the baby wipes oO

Edited By: souljacker on Oct 16, 2010 20:25: Because my iPhone always mixes up the I and o !!
#5
agree with baby wipes or dove soap on a damp towel
#6
sweetas2009
agree with baby wipes or dove soap on a damp towel


oO
#7
Professional upholsterer told us to use a weak solution of baby shampoo and water or to use baby wipes with no alcohol in them.
#8
I use 16p asda baby wipes on mine.
banned#9
Baby wipes will break down the protective coating on the leather.

Wilkinson leather wipes are cheap and do a good job.
#10
Why are people suggesting baby wipes?? It's the worst thing you could use on a leather sofa, I hope you are all just joking
#11
souljacker
Why are people suggesting baby wipes?? It's the worst thing you could use on a leather sofa, I hope you are all just joking


Because a guy who repairs leather sofas for a living said they are suitable. I've used them for ages, and the sofa is fine.
#12
moob
souljacker
Why are people suggesting baby wipes?? It's the worst thing you could use on a leather sofa, I hope you are all just joking


Because a guy who repairs leather sofas for a living said they are suitable. I've used them for ages, and the sofa is fine.


I think I'll give baby wipes a miss, plenty of peoe including the place where I bought it sayers the worst thing you can use, after a bit of googling that seems to back it up

Baby wipes will dry the pigment and ruin the leather

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