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Although cleaning a leather jacket can be done easily, it is important to protect the leather. These are some steps to help you clean your leather jacket.
Start by removing any dirt and debris from the surface using a soft-bristled toothbrush or a dry, clean cloth. To avoid damaging the leather, be gentle.
In a bowl, combine a small amount mild, non-detergent soap (such a saddle soap) and warm water. Use a towel to wring the mixture out.
Use the soapy cloth to gently rub the leather's surface. Be careful not too saturate it with water. Particularly pay attention to areas that are stained or dirty.
After you have finished cleaning the leather, use a damp cloth to wipe off any soap residue.
Let the leather dry completely in direct sunlight or heat. You can moisturize the leather with a leather conditioner once it is dry.
You can also use commercial leather cleaner if you have a more severe stain or if these steps don't work.
To prolong the jacket's life, it is a good idea for leather to be checked periodically for cracking and wear.
Before you clean the whole leather jacket, always test a small area. Leather is a delicate material that should be treated with respect.
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