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dusting leather furniture

Posted by brownthumbia (My Page) on
Tue, Aug 28, 12 at 14:39

I got some leather furniture---- dark, dark brown. I had no idea how dusty furniture gets until I got these pieces. What I would like to know is, what is the best thing to dust them with? I called the place where I bought them and was told they should have seasonal cleaning, but I want to know what to dust them with in between the thorough cleaning. damp cloth? pledge? or what? Thanks in advance, I don't want to do something that will damage the leather.

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RE: dusting leather furniture

I run a Swiffer duster (the one on a pole) over my dining room chairs that have leather seats. I've also used a damp microfiber cloth. Every now and then leather cleaner.

RE: dusting leather furniture

I generally using vacuum cleaner to remove dust at home or using vacuum cleaner to remove first level of dust on the leather furniture. It is quite easy to use..

RE: dusting leather furniture

Simply use a dampened cloth to clean leather furniture on a regular basis. Do not use any accessories to clean it as it can leave scratches on the furniture surface. Also avoid using chemical based cleaners as it can lead to problem of fading of color.

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