12 Leather Protection Cream Wipes
Protection Cream provides excellent protection against water, oil and alcohol stains for Aniline and dyed leathers. It protects leather against every day wear, perspiration and greasy skin marks. Protection Cream is not suitable for nubuck and suede.
It is essentially a disposable wipe steeped in protection cream and packaged in a practical sachet.
The product is ready for use inside the packet: there is no need for any preliminary preparations.
The wipe is made of a soft, but strong fabric that safeguards the surface of the leather.
Description & Benefits
The Leather Master system is for you to protect your leather first, then follow a routine of cleaning and re-protection. This way you are not actually cleaning the leather's original surface, but cleaning from the surface of the protection. Since some leathers are very porous, the Leather Protection Cream prevents stains from absorbing deeply into the leather and becoming nearly impossible to remove easily. Usually, protected leathers that have cracked or peeled is not from use, but from body oils and perspiration that have settled down into the grain of the leather and started to dissolve the finish over time. The Leather Protection Cream will assist in preventing the cracking & peeling when proper cleaning is also done.
Simply apply the Leather Protection Cream to a soft cloth and wipe it on evenly, paying particular attention to high use areas like seats, arms, front railings, and backs.
For Aniline leathers, it is best to apply the Leather Protection Cream twice to all the high use areas.
We recommend fully cleaning and re-protecting your furniture 2-4 times per year.
When leathers are placed in high use rooms (for example, the TV area), it may be required to clean and re-protect more often. Pieces like recliners are subject to very heavy use. With leather, it is much easier to practice prevention than it is to try to resolve major challenges after the fact.
Leather Protection Cream will also work to remove small surface scratches on Aniline leathers.
In general, Leather Protection Cream is used as a final step in combination with most of the Leather Master repair or touch-up products.
Leather types A - P
Leather Protection Cream can be used on many different articles of leather, from sofas, chairs and car interior to clothes, shoes & handbags. It works on all colours of leather and all different grain types.
Type A - Aniline Leather Also called Natural, Pure, Naked or Unprotected
Very delicate leather, it will absorb stains very easily so should always be protected.
These leathers are coloured with transparent dye stuff. This means that you are able to see the actual surface grain and markings.
Type P - Pigmented Leather - Also called Finished, Semi-aniline, Everyday, Pigmented or Painted
The leather may be buffed (corrected) to reduce heavy natural scarring and blemishes in the hides. It is then coloured with a coating opaque pigments and embossed with grain pattern. Pigmented Leather displays good light fastness, good resistance to stains and is therefore the easiest to maintain.
These leathers have combined the best aspects of a natural product (leather) and have utilized tannery technology to create a product that is more uniform in appearance and colour (due to the application of pigments to the surface). It then has a finish applied to the surface that makes the leather more resistant to the effects of heavy use.
Simply wipe over the leather making sure it is applied evenly, paying particular attention to high use areas like seats, arms, front railings, and backs.
There are currently no questions for this product.