1. The temperature in the bedroom should not be too high.
In winter, the distance between the leather bed and the indoor heating source, such as a radiator or stove, should not be less than half a meter. Don’t put it in a place where the air conditioner can be blown directly. This will harden the leather surface and also cause the leather surface to crack.
2. Due to the strong absorption of leather, the maintenance of the leather bed should pay special attention to anti-fouling.
It is best to use leather softener for care in spring and autumn, which can soften the leather bed cortex to prevent hardening and aging of the leather bed. If there are stains on the leather bed, wipe it with a wet sponge dipped in detergent, or wipe with a clean cotton cloth dipped in soapy water of appropriate concentration.
3. Avoid direct sunlight.
Normally, the leather bed cannot be exposed to the sun or light for a long time. Any leather product will fade if exposed to the sun for too long. Sunlight radiation will increase the temperature of the leather, volatilize the grease, and the leather will harden and lose its elasticity, resulting in cracks. It is recommended that the best place to place the leather bed is against the wall but not against the window to avoid direct sunlight.
4. Keep the dust on the leather joints clean.
When dust is found at the seams of the leather surface, if the dust deposits for too long or penetrates the seams, it may cause the stitches to burst. Therefore, it is best to use a small soft brush to gently clean the joints. But remember, you must not wipe it with a wet towel, as that will only cause the skin surface to become drier and increase the possibility of cracking of the skin.