Leather should be dusted regularly. Use a soft, white cloth to clean your furniture. The soft brush attachment on your vacuum cleaner may also be used.
"Comfort wrinkles" will naturally develop as you settle into your new chair or sofa. To keep wrinkles to a minimum, fluff and turn detached cushions and pillows regularly. While it is possible to minimize these wrinkles, please bear in mind, they are a normal part of the maturing of an upholstered piece of furniture.
If you have a spill, blot the spill dry immediately with a soft, clean cloth.
Avoid placing your leather furniture in front of windows, under skylights or in places that expose them to direct sunlight.
Maintain a safe distance between furniture and heat sources. Prolonged exposure to heat sources can cause leather to dry out.
Avoid using ink pens, nail polish, nail polish remover, or other harmful household products near your leather furniture in order to avoid possible spills, which may cause permanent damage.
Avoid placing newspapers or magazines on the surface of your leather furniture as the inks may transfer onto the leather causing permanent damage.