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To answer your concern for care of leather furniture I shall turn for help to one of the furniture repair and restoration industry professionals. Michael is a restoration expert.
-Michael what would you recommend for our readers when it comes to cleaning of leather living room furniture?
-"It takes a combination of quality cleaner solutions and the correct application of them. Most of the time I use a product that contains low acid levels. The reason is that it does not strip the moisture from leather . Also after washing the leather furniture, it is recommended to apply leather furniture conditioner."

A liquid conditioner and preservative intended for use in the care and conservation of leather. Its purpose is to maintain the strength, beauty, utility and flexibility of leather - old and new - and to restore resiliency to old or neglected leather that has become hardened and stiff.   

In the manufacture of leather, as a final and essential step, the tanned hide is subjected to a process called ”fat-liquoring” in which it is treated with a generous supply of special oils - emulsions prepared from the appropriate lubricants - which lubricate the leather to confer the desired qualities of softness, flexibility and strength. Thus, when the leather leaves the tannery, it is at the correct pH and is fully lubricated due to the unique capability of these emulsions to be readily absorbed into, and combined with, the leather’s fibers. However, these oils must still be replenished periodically to maintain proper lubrication and to avert any tendency to deteriorate. The type of preparation that is most effective in achieving both these goals is an emulsion similar to those employed in the original manufacture of the leather.

Leather Living Room