What Is Proper Leather Care?
Leather surfaces are just like beautiful, delicate skin. Leather must be carefully cleansed before it can be properly conditioned. As leather ages, it loses essential protectants infused into the leather during the manufacturing process. That leaves the leather susceptible to dirt, oils, and UV damage. To keep leather looking and feeling its best, you must first clean it and then replace the lost moisture and protection.
If leather is to retain its beauty, it must be cared for, cleaned and conditioned.
It’s much easier to spend a little time protecting and conditioning your fine leather upholstery than spending the energy and money to salvage it. Keeping your leather in good condition begins with a regular wipe down with your favorite one-step cleaner. Our daily “one-step” starts with McKee's RV Leather/Vinyl Cleaner & Conditioner
and a microfiber towel
Inexpensive brands of leather conditioners often contain gloss agents and petroleum distillates, silicone or silicone oils, which cling to the surface and then are wiped onto clothing. They leave a greasy finish that can transfer to clothing. For the health of your leather, choose a water-based, pH-balanced leather conditioner.
McKee’s RV Leather/Vinyl Cleaner & Conditioner Cleans, conditions and protects leather and vinyl surfaces in ONE step
McKee’s RV Leather/Vinyl Cleaner & Conditioner cleans as well as a dedicated cleaner and maintains and protects like a dedicated conditioner. If you’re wondering how we managed to formulated a product that accomplishes both, it’s called good chemistry!
McKee’s RV Leather/Vinyl Cleaner & Conditioner