Leather Suite Cleaning

I have acquired an old leather suite, which I have tried cleaning as the dirt is ground in. I have cleaned it with white vinegar and olive oil with a few drops of lemon oil, but this didn't work. Can anyone help me with this? Many thanks.

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By h.arnott from U.K

December 8, 20090 found this helpful

You could try baby wipes if they are available in the UK. They are packaged wipes made for cleaning a baby during a diaper change.

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December 10, 20090 found this helpful

I would try saddle soap, which is made for cleaning leather. It should be available in any large grocery store, or Walmarts type store. Good luck.

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December 10, 20090 found this helpful

Have you tried leather wipes? Widely available in most supermarkets. I purchased mine from Asda. I tried baby wipes but found they dried the leather out and left a dull smear.Hope this is a help. Jan UK

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Can anyone give me any advice on how to clean a leather suite? I bought a leather suite 2 years ago and I made a big mistake buying the suite in an egg-shell color. Now the suite is quite discolored. I have bought leather cleaners but I don't find them much good.

Thanks Tina Manchester UK

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Leather Suite Cleaning

I have a cream leather suite. I hire out a steam cleaner which I find fantastic. I then polish with Vaseline, or for a nice fragrance, use eucalyptus oil. Looks brand new when finished. Good luck. (10/24/2004)

By kellie jewell

Leather Suite Cleaning

I bought some stuff called No Bull Leather Cleaner for my pure snow white leather chair. It worked like a charm. I found it on Ebay (04/02/2006)

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By Heather

Leather Suite Cleaning

I was recently told to mix 2 parts of linseed oil (from a hardware store) and 1 part white vinegar. Put it on with a soft cloth. Leave it on for about 12 hours then buff with a clean soft cloth. (07/12/2007)

By Kathy

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