Can Sweat Damage A Leather Couch?

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The normal pH level for humans is 7.4, which is more acidic than leather. The pH difference causes a reaction with leather and thus damage. That’s where the darkening and hardening of the leather happens. So the answer to the question, “Can sweat damage a leather couch?” is yes. Keep reading to learn how to … Read more

How To Clean Leather Couch: The Best Way For 7 Common Stains, Including Red Wine, Grease, And Ink

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Learn how to clean leather couch, including white leather and faux leather. Plus, find out how to remove red wine, oil, mold, gum, ink, and water stains from leather. Table Of Contents What You’ll Need How To Clean A Leather Couch: Directions Step 1: Wipe The Couch Clean Using a clean microfiber cloth and warm, … Read more

How To Clean Upholstery Yourself (Including Red Wine Stains, Blood Stains, and Grease)

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In most cases, you don’t need to hire a professional to clean couch upholstery. In this article, we’ll walk through how to clean sofa upholstery at home in just a few steps, even if you don’t have a stain-resistant couch. (As a bonus, you’ll also learn how to clean cloth car seats because the methods … Read more