Did you know that loveseats have been in production in the US since 1880?
Enough history now, let’s talk about faux leather loveseats, in fact, let me tell you how to keep them looking great all the time.
You have to use a good conditioner to prevent your faux leather objects from cracking and losing their texture. Click HERE now to try the best!
Unfortunately, I don’t have any faux leather loveseats at home, not because I don’t spend quality time with my wife, but because we have a big family, and we just don’t have the space to have faux leather loveseats!
But in my shop, I receive many every month, and most of them need repair or cleaning, and today, I would like to show you how to keep your faux leather loveseats looking great.
The first thing you need to do is to be very reactive.
This is the advice I keep giving people all the time when it comes to faux leather items, always be reactive, never let them wait, and if you have stains or dirt on them, just take a dry piece of cloth, some warm water, and wipe gently, it’s this easy to get rid of as much dirt and stains as possible.
And let me tell you that faux leather is very friendly when it comes to cleaning, it doesn’t stain easily and because it’s made out of materials similar to plastic, it’s very resistant to water and it will not damage it, not as with real leather!
What if you would like to use the big guns with your faux leather loveseats?
And by the guns, I mean faux leather cleaners?
Well, there is a fantastic product I keep using on my faux leather sofa every three months, it’s amazing and it will keep your faux leather loveseats looking amazing as well, it’s called Blue Magic 800 Leather & Vinyl Cleaner and you should definitely invest in it.
The third technique to keep your faux leather loveseats looking great is to use saddle soap.
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Although saddle soap is usually used with shoes and other leather items, such as belts and coats, I use it a lot with my faux leather sofa and seat covers, in my car as well, and it works amazing, just use, as mentioned before, a dry piece of cloth, put in some, about a quarter of a teaspoon and wipe gently until done with one area, then, repeat, you should do this at least once every three months.
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