If you have a leather office chair behind your desk
Remove Surface Dirt
Take the time to regularly wipe down your office chair with a piece of microfiber cloth to remove accumulated dust, which leads to a grungy appearance. This dust is often noticed
Tend To Caked On Materials
When dirt is not cleaned up promptly, the chair will need a deeper cleaning to remove it without scratching the leather material in the process. Use a mild detergent mixed with warm water to clean your leather chair. First, dip a clean piece of microfiber cloth into the soapy solution, wring out the material, and use it to wipe down the leather. After the leather has been moistened, rub a soft-bristled scrub brush in a circular motion over it to loosen dirt particles. Wipe up the cleaning solution and dirt using a clean piece of microfiber cloth.
Condition Your Chair
Use a mixture of a 1:2 ratio of vinegar to linseed oil as a deep cleanser to condition your leather chair. This is a safe way to increase the suppleness of the leather material without causing discoloration after use. It will also keep the leather from cracking. Place the mixture in a spray bottle and spritz it over the material. Allow to sit for several minutes and then buff the leather with a clean piece of microfiber cloth. You may need to repeat the buffing procedure a few times to remove any remnants of the solution as it is quite slick. Alternately, you can use a commercial-grade leather conditioning agent to soften the leather of your chair.Share