| Leather and suede garments get a real workout during winter months, and more wear means more opportunities for stains and damage. The cleaning specialists at Best Cleaners are experts in caring for your leather and suede pieces, but good leather care begins at home. Here are some quick tips on how you can keep your leather looking its best:
If you do get a stain on your leather, don’t attempt to remove it
yourself, as leathers and suedes are easily damaged. Remove large
amounts of the stain by blotting the area with a clean white towel, and
then get your piece to a professional dry cleaner as soon as possible.
And, remember, the longer a stain remains untreated, the harder it is to