Spaghetti sauce is one of the last stains anyone wants to deal with in any material. When spaghetti sauce finds its way to leather, it poses a seemingly huge problem, given how temperamental leather is to clean. If your leather jacket is suddenly sporting remnants of dinner, quick thinking will keep your jacket from displaying a permanent stain. With the right materials and an immediate response, you'll be able to remove this stain from leather.
Scrape away dried spaghetti sauce with a plastic utensil to remove as much as possible. If the stain is fresh, wipe away as much of the sauce gently with a clean cloth, wiping from the outside of the stain and moving in so as not to spread the stain further.
Mix a bleach free soap or Saddle Soap into water to make it sudsy. Combine 2 tbsp. soap for each cup of water to create a sudsy mixture.
Dip a soft clean cloth into the suds, not the water.
Scrub the stain with the suds to remove it.
Rinse the area with a clean damp cloth to remove any residual soap.
Wipe the area with a clean dry cloth to help remove excess moisture.
Allow the jacket to air dry.