Connolly Leather is a British brand of prestigious leather used in aeroplanes, top-of-the-line automobiles, elite pocketbooks and other luxury merchandise. Connolly Leather specialises in fine leather and provides products that, when used properly, will restore and preserve the life of your leather interior. There are several ways that you can provide continuous care for Connolly Leather that will minimise the need to call upon expert help, or worse a leather replacement.
- Skill level:
- Moderately Easy
Things you need
- Soft-bristled toothbrush
- Connolly Leather Cleaner
- Microfiber cloths, six to 12
- Connolly Hide Food
Use products designed specifically for Connolly Leather. Connolly Leather treatments utilise lanolin-based beeswax, which produces a creamy product for even applications. Products containing silicon or waxes might cause irreversible damage to leather.
Wipe areas of leather that receive continuous contact with a damp microfiber cloth to remove oil residues, harmful chemicals from lotions or perfumes, and dirt. Do this twice a week.
Use a soft-bristled toothbrush to loosen dust and dirt from cracks, crevices and seams prior to vacuuming.
Vacuum Connolly Leather prior to cleaning to remove loose debris and dust that can lodge in the pores of the leather.
Mix ¼ cup of Connolly Leather Cleaner with 3 cups of water in a small container. Wet a microfiber cloth with the cleaning solution and wring out excess liquid.
Gently rub the microfiber cloth into the hide. Use a separate microfiber cloth moistened with only water to remove cleaner residue. Use a dry microfiber cloth to absorb remaining moisture and polish dry.
Apply a thin, consistent layer of Connolly leather conditioner (Connolly Hide Food) with a dry microfiber cloth to entire leather. Allow conditioner to dry for at least eight hours and then polish with a dry microfiber cloth.
Tips and warnings
- Always test an inconspicuous area before using new products on fine leather.
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