How to Get Creases Out of Leather Seats

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Nothing smells or looks as opulent and fresh as leather seats. Leather feels good and it wears well, which is why it is used to make seats for home furniture and cars. Leather requires only minimum care to keep it looking new and vibrant. After some time, even the best-made leather seats will begin to show wear and tear. One of the more troubling problems with worn leather is creasing. You can fix this at home by yourself.

Smooth out the area that is creased with the palms of your hands. Get an idea of how large the creased area is and choose the size of the bag based on that.

Plug your iron into a working electrical socket. Find the lowest setting on your iron and preheat it to that setting.

Take the paper bag and lay it on the area that is creased. Flatten it with your hand as much as possible.

Place the iron on the paper bag and move it slowly over the creased areas. Do this two or three times, being careful not to allow the iron to remain in one place for too long.

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