Because leather seats are more durable than cloth upholstery, they require extra care.
These are some easy ways to clean leather stains and spillages.
- Use nail polish removers or rubbing alcohol. The alcohol can be used to slowly remove the stain from leather. After the stain has been lifted, wash the seat with warm water.
- Use non-gel toothpaste. You can also use a toothbrush to gently remove the stain by using a little toothpaste.
- Make a cream of tartar and lemon juice paste. Make a paste of equal parts lemon juice and cream tartar and apply the stain. Let it sit for around 30 minutes before you wipe it off with a damp sponge. This paste can bleach seats, so you should not use it on dark-colored ones.
- You can also use the vinegar mixture on leather seats!