Once oil or grease has penetrated the grain of the leather it can be difficult to remove. Leather Degreaser makes it easy. Leather Degreaser draws the oil out of leather and traps it on the surface where it can be easily removed.
Cleaning power: High
Dwell time: Varies from minutes to over night, depending on the amount of grease present
Once oil or grease has penetrated the grain of the leather it can be difficult to remove. Leather Degreaser draws oil out of leather and traps it on the surface where it can be easily removed. This takes time. You will need to be patient.
Read the safety instructions and only use the product in properly ventilated areas.
We strongly recommend that you check you leather for colour fastness before applying any product for the first time. This is particularly important when applying products to sensitive leathers such as aniline and nubuck. To do this apply a small amount of the product to a clean, white cloth. Rub the cloth gently on a hidden area of the furniture, check the cloth to see if any colour has transferred. Allow the area to dry for 30 minutes, and check if there are any changes to the colour of the leather. To shorten the drying time, the area can be dried using a hair dryer. Hold the hair dryer at least 30 cm from the leather and dry the area using a slow sweeping motion. Take care not to over-heat or burn the leather. If you notice colour transfer or any visible changes to the leather, do use the product on that piece of furniture. Contact us for more information.