Those of us who are lucky enough to have leather car seats will know how easily they can be stained or become dirty. Removing stain from the leather is a consuming task and requires a lot of time and patience. By following these simple steps, you will soon have your leather car seats soft, supple and looking like new.
You Will Need:
Bowl of Water
Lint Free Cloth
Step 1- Choose a Leather Cleaner
You can buy leather cleaners from most hardware stores and car shops. Although leather cleaners are not expensive, using a homemade version can be a very effective solution to cleaning leather car seats. The solution is made up of one part of vinegar and two parts of linseed oil. Many people who have used this alternative cleaner say it is less abrasive than some commercial leather cleaners and helps the lather wear better.
Step 2 – Perform a Patch Test
As maintaining the quality of your leather car seats is a priority, it is perhaps sensible to carry out a small patch test on an inconspicuous area of the seat before you smear the cleaner over the whole area. This