Faux leather is preferred over real leather to a lot of people because these are cheaper and easier to maintain.
Although being a cheaper alternative, faux leather needs to be cleaned properly.
You should know how to clean faux leather if you have furniture, bags or cloths made of faux leather.
Below there is a step by step guide to help you throughout the process.
How to Clean Faux Leather
If you have accidentally spilled some liquid in your faux leather, you will need to blot it with a clean cloth or paper towel.
You should act soon enough so that the stain doesn’t become permanent.
If you can remove most of the liquid stain from the leather, your cleaning process will be a lot easier.
To get rid of strong stains and dirt, you will need to use soap and water. Take a bucket of cold water and add a few drops of liquid soap so that bubble forms.
Now take a clean microfiber cloth and dip it in the soapy water. Squeeze off the water before wiping the leather.
Don’t be harsh while you wipe the leather. Instead, be gentle and wipe on circular motion in case of strong stain. Repeat the process a few times.
After you are done removing the stain from the faux leather, it is time to let it dry.
Take another soft clean cloth and wipe all over the leather so that there is no water or moisture left.
If you are working on a strong stain, complete cleaning that part at first and then move on to the other areas.
Otherwise, it will cause damage to the faux leather if you keep one part of the leather wet for a long time.
In the case of clothing made of faux leather, you can use baby wipes to remove any dirt.
The purpose of using baby wipes is that these contain moisture that will be perfect for cleaning a piece of cloth made of faux leather.
These are the steps that will help you to clean faux leather properly.