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Ashes Jewellery: How to Clean Leather Naturally


How to Clean your Leather Ashes Jewellery Naturally

Leather products are both nice to look at and durable. However, they do require a high level of care when it comes to cleaning. To clean your leather items naturally, start by creating a homemade cleaning solution or polish using only products found in nature, such as olive oil. Apply the cleaning mixture carefully using a cotton bud and make sure to allow your leather to fully dry. Keeping to a regular cleaning schedule will have your leather looking good over time.

Use a vinegar rinse.

Create a 50-50 distilled water and white vinegar mixture in a bowl. If you are just doing a light clean, lower the amount of vinegar. Apple cider vinegar can be a substitute as well, just as long as you aren’t interested in sanitizing the leather. Wipe the solution over your leather until it is damp.

Make sure to mix the vinegar with water, as straight vinegar can be too acidic for leather

Wipe down with a natural oil.

Get a bowl and mix together two parts oil with one part water or lemon juice. Any natural oil will work fine and many people like the smell of coconut, olive, or even walnut. The oil will help to hydrate your leather, while the lemon will remove any dirt or grime. Apply the mixture to your leather until it is damp and then buff it with a spoft cloth.

If you are just interested in polishing your leather, then you can apply the oil directly to the leather. Make sure to keep the coating light.


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