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    02-22-2013, 03:37 PM
Anyone have tips on cleaning leather furniture?

LOL! Because I need to find out - mine are starting to look a bit rugged. My couches are aniline leather. I was curious if anyone else has come across a product that works well for an all over conditioner? I am also trying to find a decent leather degreaser for the typical spots that soak up body oils - head rests - arm rests ....

Anybody been there done that with real leather hides/furniture?
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    02-22-2013, 04:00 PM
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The best stuff I have ever come across is made by a friend of mine. It is all natural and really feeds the leather.

She had the job of restoration of the Houses of Parliament and they could not believe how new it all looked when she did the job.

Unfortunately she doesn't have her web site up as she has been to busy with many things happening in her life. I will see if she can send me the pictures of her restorations.

If you are interested then I can get some sent to you - just PM me.

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