Wings of DesireTraditional Home Office, London
Peacocking tables and more finishes that reflect the flock.
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Cleaning MaterialsVacuum cleaner with brush attachmentDistilled waterMild, neutral-pH nondetergent liquid soap, such as Neutrogena or Dove, or a leather cleaner designed for furniture upholsterySoft white microfiber clothsTarp or drop clothCommercial leather conditioner (optional)
5. A pretty pair of cranes looks as if it came straight out of an episode of Mad Men. Your fireplace is the perfect spot for them. These tend to be priced similarly to matched bookends.
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Meguiar's Rich Leather cleaner and conditioner is great. I got it when we bought a black leather king sized bed from Ikea. It had been wrapped up in plastic and the smell of the leather chemicals drove me crazy. A couple of cleanings and letting the bed air worked like a charm. I've also used the cleaner on my 70+ year old leather seats on dining room chairs. The product gets the seats clean and conditions the leather. None of the leather items are in sunlight. Leather Master is all I approve of. They have a nice website & can order directly from them. I usually clean & condition before the AC comes on in summer, & then again before heat comes on in winter. Be careful of Windows & heating vents being too close to leather. Also, someone going through chemo should never sit on leather. Keep blue jeans off as well as inks from magazines & newspapers. 1 Like