Pros and Cons of Different Leather Cleaners

When looking for leather cleaners, you should go with something like KevianClean Leather Cleaner. To be more specific, you should look for leather cleaners capable of penetrating deeply into the leather's interior matrix.

This matrix contains the emollient oils that tend to dry out during the lifespan of the leather in question. With that said, here's a more in-depth look at what to look for and what to avoid when it comes to leather cleaners.

Pros and Cons

  • Preserve and Soften: The best leather cleaners serve as leather softeners as well. They also feature 2-in-1 products, acting as the leather version of a 2-in-1 shampoo plus conditioner. They're capable of treating the leather in order to maintain its softness when push comes to shove. They're specifically good at preserving emollient oils so that the leather can last for the longest time possible.
  • Price Concerns: You should find the perfect balance between quality and price. What you're searching for here is a leather cleaner that fits your budget but isn't a waste of money because of its severe cheapness and low-grade quality. If you can splurge then go ahead and buy a leather treat, like a product that smells like coconuts or is made of petroleum-based conditioner. Otherwise, buy something more practical.
  • Types of Leathers: Certain leather types are more receptive to certain leather conditioners compared to others. For example, the aforementioned petroleum-based conditioner works better on Japanese and American leathers than other conditioner types. Certain other leathers are made to be more receptive to all-purpose conditioners but this lack of sensitivity usually comes with issues in leather pliability or quality.
  • How to Use the Product: Follow the directions carefully when it comes to using leather cleaners and conditioners. Usually, you only need to apply a small amount of the product in question on a 100% cotton cloth or microfiber towel before working it gently into the leather, letting it soak and whatnot if it's conditioner and rinsing thoroughly if it's cleaner or cleaner plus conditioner.
  • Absorbing The Product Into The Material: The material should have enough of the product on it without necessarily being inundated by it. The conditioner should be absorbed right into the fibers for several minutes before the excess is buffed to avoid excessive conditioning that makes the leather icky on your skin and wastes the conditioner you've just bought.
  • How Many Times Should Leather Be Conditioned? Your leather can be conditioned as often as you want. As a rule of thumb, your leather should be conditioned at least 4-6 times annually. That's every 2-3 months per year. Your leather will tell you if you're inundating it with conditioner. Its fibers will simply not absorb the excess product.


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