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Leather is a natural product and its surface contains "pores". This helps the leather to breathe.

The surface of the leather, if looked at under a microscope, will show an uneven surface and when leather becomes soiled, the soiling embeds itself into the 'valleys' of the leather. Please remember, that by rubbing hard on the leather surface, you will only push the dirt deeper into the leather.

Add a small quantity of either the soft or strong leather cleaner onto your soft sponge or cloth. Gently squeeze the sponge or cloth from the side and you will see the leather cleaner start to foam. Apply the foam to the leather and rub lightly over the surface. Leave for a short time for the foam to absorb the dirt and rub off with an absorbent material such as kitchen towel. As you remove the foam, the soiling will be removed too.

You might have to repeat these steps two or three times until the leather is clean.

Remember to dry thoroughly before applying the Leather Protection Cream.

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