This post is aimed at helping you clean your black faux leather chairs very easily and efficiently.
Unfortunately, most people who own black faux leather chairs have nightmares cleaning them!
In my line of work, I’m a faux leather cleaner and repair, I know a lot about black faux leather, it’s not only very beautiful, but it’s also very difficult to clean because it’s going to absorb moisture, fat , pollution in the environment and air, and also stain very quickly.
I’m not saying that you should stay away from black faux leather chairs forever, absolutely not, what I’m talking about is that they are very difficult to clean, unless, you know the techniques I’m going to show you in this post.
The first one is to use baby oil.
Whenever you have a stain, the first thing you need to do is to be highly reactive.
In other words, get a piece of dry cloth, and immediately start wiping gently, then, when the stain has disappeared, use some few drops of baby oil and wipe very gently as well, this amazing oil is simply going to get absorbed by the faux leather fabric, it will get rid of the stain from the inside and will also chase away any bad smells!
The second technique is to use a few drops of warm water.
Although most people are going to use whatever liquid they have in order to clean their black faux leather chairs when stains occur, even alcohol, I do not recommend this, after all, so many liquids that we have in our homes can be highly dangerous and devastating to your faux leather fabrics, just use warm water!
It’s available everywhere, very easy to use and effective as well.
Apply some few drops, and wipe very gently.
However, what I don’t like about warm water is that it’s going to be absorbed by your black faux leather fabric, and if it contains minerals and chlorine for example, it’s going to resurface as white patches!
Which are not very beautiful when it comes to black faux leather chairs!
Just use some few drops of baby oil when you are done, it’s going to get rid of the stains from the inside and also chase away chlorine and other mineral deposits on your fabric.