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Leather Protection Guide - The Leather and Timber Doctor

Leather Protection Guide

by | 20th September 2019 | 0 comments

Protection is a vital part of caring for your leather.

This article is a step-by-step guide to leather protection.

Please read all of the notes at the bottom before you start the protection process.

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Having cleaned your leather as per our "Leather Cleaning Guide" it should look a little like this..

2

Shake the bottle then apply a 50 pence piece -sized amount of cream on a white towel.

3

In circular motions. starting at the centre. Apply a thin film., a little goes a long way. Stay away from stitching or seams until the flat surface is done then use the remnants on the cloth to wipe over any remaining detail.

4

Let it dry for 5 minutes (approx) and your done!

Your leather is now protected.

5

Your leather is now protected.

Summary / Notes

Very Important - Please don't do this on nubuck or suede as these types of leather require a different process.

Ideally, protection of your leather should be carried out after cleaning, every 3 months or with the change of season.

If your leather furniture is 2 / 3 years or older and or has never been treated please contact us for advice, information or a quote. Furniture of this condition can be tricky to clean and protect.

This post is a free information publication. It is meant purely as a guide. The Leather & Timber Doctor take no responsibility for any losses or damages. Inconsequential or otherwise in the application of this information.

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