Sofas are one of the most overlooked places in cleaning. Sure, you vacuum and mop the floor regular, wash your bedsheets once a week or so, cleaned your toilets, but how often do you clean your sofa? A survey was conducted in Singapore asking respondents on how regularly they cleaned their sofa. And the response? A staggering 67% of the respondent cleaned their sofa only when there is a spill or the sofa starts to smell.
Sofas are vulnerable to surface stains, dust, and dirt. Therefore, cleaning upholstery on a regular basis is very important, but it need not be difficult.
Some Common Do and Don’t for Leather Sofa
Do not use water as much as possible, as this could stain the material.
If possible, do try using a steam cleaner.
Do apply cleaning products made with oils and waxes, like WEPOS Leather Cleaner – this cleans while also moisturizing the furniture, preventing it from drying out and cracking and protecting it from future dirt and stains
What you need to clean your leather sofa
Leather Cleaner is a specialised cleaner for the thorough and gentle treatment of nearly all types of smooth leather coverings in homes, commercial premises and automobiles.
Leather Cleaner removes all signs of greasy marks, stains, stubborn soiling and dirt spots. It also moisturises and freshens up the leather surfaces.
How to clean your leather sofa
We recommend the use of Leather Cleaner as well for maintaining your leather seats. Leather Cleaner is a special cleaner for the thorough and gentle treatment of nearly all types of smooth leather coverings in automobiles. It gently removes all signs of greasy marks, stains, stubborn soiling and dirt spots. In addition, it moisturises and freshens up the leather surfaces.
1. Spray Leather Cleaner undiluted onto a soft-slightly moistened cloth or sponge.
2. Wipe the surface to be treated using a circular motion.
3. Take up dissolved dirt and subsequently wipe over again thoroughly with a dry cloth.
4. Repeat the procedure again in case of particular stubborn soiling.