HomeRun Leather Care
Protect furniture from extremes or drastic changes in temperature or moisture. Place furniture away from heat sources, air conditioners, and humidifiers.
Dust regularly with a soft clean cloth. Wipe gently along grain direction when cleaning or polishing.
To prevent change in surface sheen, avoid rubbing vigorously.
Blot spills with a clean absorbent cloth promptly and thoroughly.
Lift objects on furniture to move them. Do not drag or slide objects on furniture surface.
Use coasters, trivets, placemats, etc. to protect furniture from heat and moisture.
Use felt pads under sharp, heavy or hard objects placed on furniture.
Sharp objects like pet claws, metal jewelry, keys, buckles, buttons, etc. may damage the furniture surface.
Rubber, vinyl, or plastics may react with some finishes if left on furniture.
Avoid direct contact with alcohol, solvents, nail polish remover, air fresheners, and other harsh chemicals.
Furniture polishes with no waxes, silicones, or abrasives may be used on wood surfaces.
Damaged, exposed bare wood must be repaired before applying furniture care products.
Test furniture care products on an inconspicuous area first—follow instructions on the label.
Apply care products to a clean cloth before using on furniture. Do not spray or apply directly on furniture.
Magazines, newspaper, or dyed clothing fabric may rub off and transfer color onto the leather.
To remove slight stains, prepare a lukewarm water solution with mild soap. Sponge the whole surface sparingly, evenly and quickly. Dry immediately.
For more complicated situations consults professional leather cleaner.