Leather furniture gives a home a rich luxurious feel. It's easier to clean than fabric furniture and can last for years if properly maintained. Over time, cleaners, polishes and other substances can build up and leave a sticky residue on the furniture that can make it feel unclean. Cleaning leather furniture is a simple chore and soon your leather furniture can be relieved of stickiness and become a joy to sit upon again.
Use a soft bristle brush attachment on the vacuum cleaner and vacuum the furniture to remove any loose dirt and debris. Take the cushions out and vacuum underneath them as well.
Mix 2 tablespoons of dish soap with 1 quart of distilled water.
Use a soft clean cloth that has been dipped in the solution and wrung out well to wipe down the furniture. Some light scrubbing may be required on the stickier areas.
Use a separate cloth dipped in clear water and wrung out to "rinse" the furniture.
Dry the furniture with a soft clean dry towel.