Cleaning, Repairing and Restoring Furniture Leather
There is not very much difference between Furniture leather and Automotive leather.
The major differences are;
The majority of furniture leathers are manufactured from protected leather but there is a wider choice of other types of leather.
Wear and tear of furniture leather tends to be less localised than automotive.
Some furniture is manufactured from a leather called "Bycast". This leather, in areas of heavy wear, can sometimes become sticky. This is caused by the surface protective coating wearing off. To rectify this problem, you need to re-apply the protective finish using our Fix 181 spray.
Soiling of furniture leathers tend to be from spillage and dirty clothing.
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If your furniture is less than three months old and your leather is faulty, the stitching coming undone, the leather is cracking or the surface coating is starting to peel away from the leather, please consult your retailer to have the fault corrected.