How to Maintain Leather Products?
The history of the usage of leather is as ancient as human civilization. People have been using various type of leathers for years and years, fulfilling daily needs to luxury uses. This is one of the most versatile material in the world. Like other countries, leather products are well known and used in Bangladesh. Leather goods are trendy, fashionable, available, comfortable and have an elite personality of its own kind. Because of the complex fiber structure and its genuine look, leather is really easy to repair.
Its holes can be filled, scratches can be covered, stains and ink can be removed quite smoothly. It is naturally safeguarded to most damage and durable enough to hold up in harsh environments, but when it gets , it is easily repairable. Because leather can be so easily repaired and restored to its original beauty, leather lasts for years and years and is a very sound investment. Some caution for leather product which can be very effective for maintenance such as:
Direct sunlight harmful for the leather product, color to fade and damaging the leather is common issues. While cleaning please use a product designed for use on the leather material, a general leather cleaner may not be as successful on a suede or nubuck interior than a cleaner only designed for suede & nubuck. Resist using water on grease stains. The stains should simply wipe off leather surfaces.
please avoid harsh cleaners or rubbing cleansers for the leather product as these will cause damage to the surface. Don’t use baby wipes or any other alkaline cleaner on your leather purse as it may damage the finish.
Don’t stuff your leather bags with newspaper, which can smear. When not in use, store the bag in its original dustbin and fill it with butter paper to maintain shape. An old pillowcase is a suitable substitute for a dust bag.
Some basic tips to clean your products are given below:
1. Remove dirt build-up by wiping with a clean soft cloth. 2. Apply a small portion of leather cleaner to the cloth. 3. please wipe the surface in a gentle circular motion, allowing the leather to absorb the cleaner. 4. Remove excess solution with a dry rag.