How to Clean and Protect Your Leather

March 25, 2019


The best way to prevent something from happening to your leather is to regularly clean and protect it.  

Note: Some products listed below cannot be used on different types of leather.  The letter next to the product denotes which type of leather it can be used on.

Cleaning: The first step in the process would be to clean the area. With the area of the leather clean, this enables the stain remover, scratch remover, and protecting solutions the necessary conditions to work the best.  

  • Mohawk Consumer Products Leather Cleaner (A)(P)(X) is formulated to be used on all Top Coated, Aniline, and Grained leathers. Given the neutral pH water-based formula, this cleaner will gently yet thoroughly clean the area without harming the feel or beauty of the leather. 

 Leather Cleaner

Scratch Remover (A)(X): The Scratch Remover was developed in order to help blend and heal surface scratches of Pull-Up and Aniline Leather. The formula is water-based and rather easy to use - paint it on and simply rub it in. 

 Leather Scratch Remover

Ink Remover (P): Whether it's grass or pen stains, Mohawk has got you covered. The Ink Remover is perfect for removing recent (3-5 days) stains on Vinyl and Top Coated leather surfaces. 

 Leather Ink Remover

Leather Protector: Finally, applying a protectant to the leather surface enables the leather to reduce the wear and tear from daily activities, as well as help protect against future stains.  

  • Mohawk Consumer Products Leather Protector (A)(P) creates an invisible yet breathable barrier that helps improve cleanability and stain resistance. It helps repel alcohol, oil, water based stains, and protein.  Please allow 24 hours to dry in order to achieve maximum protection.

 Leather Care Kit

There you have it. The whole process - from learning to identifying to cleaning and protecting. We suggest you clean and protect your leather at between 4-8 times a year! If you have any questions, feel free to tweet us @MohawkConsumer or message us on our Facebook


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