As a natural product, good quality leather will have different markings – a guarantee of being genuine and what makes your sofa unique. Some other examples of the characteristics you can expect to see with leather upholstery are:
A basic understanding of care techniques ensures your sofa will look its best and retain its value.
Dust your leather sofa weekly using a clean, dry and non-abrasive white cloth.
Remove spills rapidly from the surface by dabbing with absorbent cloth or paper towel. Then delicately clean working from the outside of the stain towards the centre.
Apply Galieri Leather Cleaner & Conditioner, following the instructions printed on the bottle. It is recommend to clean entire panels of your sofa rather than undertaking spot cleaning.
Don’t allow the leather to become wet.
Allow leather to dry naturally
The Galieri weekly wipes are handy for regular care of your sofa to help prevent soiling build up. Protecting and Enhancing Leather
After the leather is clean and dry, it should be protected and moisturised to replenish any oils that were lost over time or removed during the cleaning process.
Apply the Galieri Leather Protector enhancer following instructions printed on the bottle.
Carefully apply a thin coating of the protector and enhancer product over the leather in a circular motion.
Treat entire panels. Use a clean, lint free moist cloth when applying the product. Do not use the same cloth that was just used for cleaning.
The leather should be allowed to dry naturally, then buffed to a dull lustre.
The Protector and Enhancer should be used after every second clean and condition.