When sticky food and similar substances come into contact with your leather furniture, you often remove the majority of the spill but are still left with a sticky, unattractive residue. To get rid of the sticky spots, you must consider what type of cleaning ingredients will remove the sticky build-up while also incorporating a moisturising element that will prevent the leather furniture from becoming overly dry. The dryness of the leather leads to cracking and other damage that should be prevented at all costs.
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Things you need
- Cleaning rags
- Linseed oil
Wipe the sticky spots with a damp cleaning cloth to remove much of the sticky residue.
Mix 2 tbsp linseed oil and 1 tsp vinegar in a small bowl.
Dip the edge of a clean cloth in the mixture, squeeze out excess with your fingers, and wipe over the leather.
Buff the area dry with a clean cloth to get rid of excess cleaning solution, and repeat if any sticky residue is still present.
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