Does your leather sofa need some loving care or is it stained with spills? Detergents, solvents, all-purpose cleaning sprays, ammonia, bleach, shoe and furniture polish can all be harmful to your delicate leather furniture. Do not apply these products in an attempt to clean the furniture or remove stains.
Gulmohar Lane’s specially created Leather Cleaner can be used to efficiently to remove dirt from your leather-upholstered furniture and replenish its natural appeal. We recommend using Gulmohar Lane’s Leather Conditioner after using the cleaner for best results. It’s an investment and not an expense, trust us!
Gulmohar Lane Leather Cleaner can be used on all different articles of leather, from furniture and car interiors to clothes, shoes, handbags etc. This cleaner can be used to clean leather that has become quite dirty and needs a good clean. It works on all colours of leather and all different grain types.
- Aniline & Semi-Aniline Leather
- Pigmented Leather
- Oil & Wax Pull Up Leather
- Two Tone, Mottled & Antique Finished Leather
** Not suitable for Suede & Nubuck
DIRECTIONS TO USE*:
1. Moisten the microfiber cloth accompanied by the leather cleaning solution.
2. Gently rub the desired area in circular motion without rubbing too hard. Pat dry, if necessary.
3. Repeat the process one more time if required and let the area dry.
4. Now apply the leather conditioner and follow the same process.
*It is advisable to do a patch test on a hidden portion of leather product like back or side of a sofa before applying it on the most visible area to see any adverse reaction or fading.
For external use only. Rinse eyes with water if contact should occur. Do not use the solution for suede or nubuck leather. Please follow the instructions carefully and do a spot test before applying on the entire product.
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