If you have leather furniture you probably already know how difficult it can be to keep it clean and shining. While there are many leather cleaners and wipes on the market to help you, these can get pretty expensive, particularly if you have a lot of leather to clean.
The couch before and after I conditioned it using EVOO. I've used this method for the last 4 to 5 years to condition our leather couch and love seat. It really conditions the leather well and I've never had any issues with the olive oil leaching back up to the top of the leather. www.thetatteredrabbit.com
Tips for Cleaning Leather Upholstery Leather is a popular choice in furniture, car interiors, clothes and accessories. Along with the cozy leather sofa and the great shoes comes the frustration of keeping them clean.
To keep dust from settling on furniture, baseboards, lampshades, picture frames, etc I mix about a tablespoon of fabric softener with 2 quarts of water and dissolve it completely. Then I use a terry cloth rag and wring it out really well so it's damp. Then I wipe down anything with a hard surface including leather and wooden furniture. There's no film and the fabric softener repels dust. It's great for blinds and less costly than dryer sheets.