The best way to clean leather, is the right way. Here are some tips on tools we offer to help you understand why the right tool can help you achieve the outcome you want:
Brushes for cleaning leather: When cleaning stains, many people reach for a plastic brush and a little elbow grease. Using the wrong brush (and cleaner) can harm the finish system on your leather, cause premature wear, and damage the actual leather.
Made with horsehair bristles, our large cleaning brush and smaller detail brush are well-crafted tools you can use to clean leather and fine upholstery fabrics. The large brush is useful for cleaning broad swaths of leather, and the smaller brush is for seams and hard to reach areas. Why horsehair?
Horsehair bristles are soft enough not to scratch leather, but firm enough to remove soiling and debris from the pores in the surface of leather. With the ability to work up a lather, brush away debris, and buff, genuine horsehair bristle brushes are essential for cleaning and preserving fine leather.
Microfiber cleaning cloths: One of the many uses of microfiber is for cleaning. Microfiber is a synthetic fiber developed for its durability, strength, and ability to absorb and repel water. Our Microfiber Cleaning Cloth will not scratch surfaces but is highly effective for picking up particulate, residue, and removing greasy fingerprints. Use microfiber cloths to wipe down your leather between cleanings. Our cloths are large enough for a big job, but light on your budget and can be rinsed and reused repeatedly.