Try these tips to restore worn leather on couches and other furniture

Try these tips to restore worn leather on couches and other furniture

DIY Leather Cleaner & Conditioner:  Simply mix up 1/4 cup olive oil, 1/2 cup white vinegar, and a couple of drops of your favorite essential oil in a clean empty spray bottle and lightly spray your leather surface. See how dry and cracked it is? *Before doing this, I recommend trying it in an inconspicuous place first...just to make sure it is safe for your leather.

DIY Leather Cleaner & Conditioner: Simply mix up 1/4 cup olive oil, 1/2 cup white vinegar, and a couple of drops of your favorite essential oil in a clean empty spray bottle and lightly spray your leather surface. See how dry and cracked it is? *Before doing this, I recommend trying it in an inconspicuous place first...just to make sure it is safe for your leather.

Try this 2 ingredient DIY leather cleaner. It is inexpensive and easy to make.  http://fabulesslyfrugal.com/?p=222121

DIY 2 Ingredient Leather Cleaner and Conditioner

Try this 2 ingredient DIY leather cleaner. It is inexpensive and easy to make. http://fabulesslyfrugal.com/?p=222121

How to clean leather couches - myCleaningSolutions.com

How to clean leather couches - myCleaningSolutions.com

Did you know, you can easily repair those cat scratches on your leather sofa…

Did you know, you can easily repair those cat scratches on your leather sofa…

How To Clean Leather Furniture Naturally

How To Clean Leather Furniture Naturally

How To Clean Leather Furniture Naturally

How To Clean Leather Furniture Naturally

how to clean leather bag

how to clean leather bag

The best method to clean your leather could be simply purchasing a leather cleaner from the market. However, such products are chemically altered and could change the color and texture of your leather seats. Going with a few natural home remedies could prove to be less expensive and can also aid in effective stain removal.

The best method to clean your leather could be simply purchasing a leather cleaner from the market. However, such products are chemically altered and could change the color and texture of your leather seats. Going with a few natural home remedies could prove to be less expensive and can also aid in effective stain removal.

The couch before and after I conditioned it using EVOO.  I've used this method for the last 4 to 5 years to condition our leather couch and love seat. It really conditions the leather well and I've never had any issues with the olive oil leaching back up to the top of the leather. www.thetatteredrabbit.com

The couch before and after I conditioned it using EVOO. I've used this method for the last 4 to 5 years to condition our leather couch and love seat. It really conditions the leather well and I've never had any issues with the olive oil leaching back up to the top of the leather. www.thetatteredrabbit.com

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