WHAT CAN YOU USE LEATHER ONLY ON?
Leather Only can be used on any type of leather except newbuck, suede, and very soft calfskin jackets. It can be used on car seats, sofas, purses, old leather jackets, saddles, boots, office chairs, leather dress shoes. Leather Only cleans, conditions, and protects all types of leather.
WHAT IS LEATHER ONLY MADE OF?
Leather Only is made of safe, nontoxic, and eco-friendly ingredients. It cleans, conditions, and protects without the use of harsh chemicals, oils, or silicons.
ARE THERE ANY LEATHERS LEATHER ONLY CAN'T BE USED ON?
Leather Only can be used on any type of leather except newbuck, suede, and very soft calfskin jackets.
WHY IS MY LEATHER DARK ON THE ARMS AND HEADREST?
If you have had your leather furniture for longer than 3 months and you are beginning to see that the leather is darkening where your hands or head goes this is caused from body oils. If you scratch the area with your finger nail and it lightens up it is body oil. This needs to be professionally removed. A good cleaner will not clean the oil out but will keep it from getting any worse.
IS CAR LEATHER DIFFERENT FROM FURNITURE LEATHER?
The short answer is yes. The coatings on car leather are much heavier than the coatings on furniture leather. Car leather sits in the sun and is very tough and durable. Furniture leather is much more soft and supple and is easily soiled.
HOW MANY TYPES OF LEATHER ARE THERE?
Car leather – Heavy duty protected leather. Stands up to wear and tear.
Furniture leather – Good quality furniture leather is soft and supple. Requires cleaning once a month where you sit most often.
Bicast leather – Covered in plastic coating and requires very little cleaning. It is not soft and supple, feels a little bit like plastic.
WHATS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN FURNITURE LEATHER, CAR LEATHER, AND OTHER LEATHERS?
Car leather and furniture leather come with coatings from the factory. If the factory applies heavy duty coatings, this is car leather. It is wear resistant and very easy to clean. Furniture leather has a lighter coating. It is softer and more supple, not as easy to clean or take care of.
WHAT SHOULD I USE TO CLEAN, CONDITION, AND PROTECT MY LEATHER?
This is a loaded question. But the answer is? Leather Only! It will clean your leather without using soaps and protect your leather without damaging the coatings on your leather. Last but not least it also has a conditioner that makes your leather feel new and comfortable.
WHY IS THE TOP OF MY LEATHER FLAKING OFF?
It may be bicast and cannot be repaired.
SHOULD I USE PRODUCTS WITH OIL ON MY LEATHER?
No. Leather has a clear coat and and a color coat on top of the leather, just like the metal on your car. Would you believe me if I said I could condition the metal on your car? You would’t believe me because you know the metal on your car has a clear coat and a color coat on top of the metal. I would have to damage these coatings to get down to the metal on your car. Your leather has two coating on top of it and oil damages the coatings and makes them sticky. Leather can only be oiled from the back side. You need to keep the factory coatings on your leather in good shape. You should not use products with petrolem, silicones or oils.
SHOULD I CLEAN LEATHER WITH SOAP?
No. Soaps damage leather because thier PH is 9,10,11 on the PH scale. Leather is 4.5 (Acid) on ther PH scale. If you clean with soap you damage the tanning process and begin to destroy your leather. You must clean with a product that is PH balanced to you leather.
WHY DO I NEED TO CLEAN LEATHER AND HOW OFTEN?
Leather needs to be cleaned because it builds up soil, clothing dye, oils from our hands, hair, and legs as we use our leather furniture. How often you should clean depends on how much you use your leather furniture. We suggest you start by cleaning once a month with a white cloth. If the cloth comes away clean, then clean less often. If the cloth comes away soiled then clean more often.
SHOULD I USE SADDLE SOAP?
Leather Only is environmentally friendly! Saddle soap has harsh chemicals that could damage your leather. Is there anything toxic in the product you are currently using?