Usually, products like KevianClean Leather Cleaner and Conditioner is enough to streamline cleanup and maintenance of your leather upholstery. However, you can also opt for the do-it-yourself approach to cleaning even though the whole point of paying for a cleaner is to forego having to think about individual ingredients and whatnot.
For example, you can gently scrub your leather seats and upholstery with soapy water and a cotton towel. Afterwards, you can hydrate the leather with some mink oil instead of a commercial leather conditioner product. Incidentally, it's easily available at leather accessory stores.
There's More Than One Way to Do It
- Wet Seat or Upholstery: The thing about leather seats and upholstery is that it's easy to deal with spills. However, it depends on what sort of spill. If it's just water, then get paper towels immediately to soak the water up. Keep it from staining the leather. You can also use a cloth, rag, or sponge. Afterwards, let the leather dry naturally then use cleaner and conditioner to keep your leather material in tiptop shape.
- Dealing with Germs and Avoiding Excess Moisture: The damp cloth method isn't enough to get rid of germs. You also don't want the leather to become too wet because you might end up stretching it or ruining its texture. This is why leather cleaners like KevianClean Leather Cleaner and leather oil are so important. They have a disinfectant effect to them and won't moisten your upholstery too much.
- Emergency Leather Cleaning: If you want to go with day-to-day cleaning that's sure to get rid of gunk formations and human grease all over your seats in short notice, then baby wipes will do in a pinch. These wipes are known to be moist but not too moist, so it keeps your leather upholstery from getting any water damage. It has enough suds available to clean off any fluids behind, especially if your baby or pet has an accident of sorts.
- Maintenance Leather Cleaning: Maintenance cleaning of your car leather upholstery usually involves either daily or weekly cleaning of your car interior with saddle soap and/or mink oil then allow the materials to set in. If you want a more convenient way to clean your leather materials, then KevianClean Leather Cleaner and Conditioner is the way to go since it's easier to find than saddle soap and mink oil.
- Deep Leather Cleaning: For deep cleaning, you need to get your leather seats and upholstery to the nearest carwash that also does interior cleanup. Don't just settle for interior vacuuming. Your carwash of choice should also clean up the inside of your car using state-of-the-art cleaning techniques and services that can extend all the way to repairing the ripped up parts of your leather upholstery.