Leather furniture is timeless, elegant, refined — and super durable. Much like a favorite pair of jeans, the more you use your leather couch or chairs, the more comfortable they get, and the normal wear-and-tear of daily use gives them character and charm.
Also like your favorite pair of jeans, you don’t need to clean your leather very often — but when you do, you want to do it right, especially if your leather furniture is very high-end or super new.
Cleaning leather is a gentle art that requires the right products. You can seriously damage your leather furniture by using the wrong stuff to clean it. It’s widely agreed that plain old dish soap and water are the best cleaners for all types of leather.