With use, viscose content may cause a mottling effect
Crush marks and shading are characteristic
Dye lots will vary
Caring for Leather
Dust your leather upholstery periodically with a soft, dry cloth to prevent dust and debris from building up.
Never use harsh cleaners or solvents on leather as they could abrade the finish or topcoat off the leather.
Any spill or stain should be blotted immediately with a soft, dry, white cloth.
For stubborn spills and stains, a lightly damp cloth with warm water should be blotted
on the stain to lift and remove it. If this does not work, a diluted solution of
mild soap (color free and Ph neutral) and water should be mixed and then blotted
to release the stain, and then blotted again with a dry, white cloth. With each
option, BE SURE TO BLOT - NOT SCRUB. Cleaning should never be done heavily or in
a scrubbing motion.
Clean an area at least twice the size of the stain. Allow the area to dry naturally
as the application of heat can harden the leather.
All aniline dyed leather will fade from exposure to sunlight.