From rich browns and blacks to bright colours, leather furniture can be any style suitable to any décor. Some of the most common household causes of damage and deterioration to leather furniture include:
- Oils & Grease—This can include body oils from humans or animals, which is easily transferred upon sitting or touching the furniture.
- Atmospheric Soils/Dust—Dust, which is going to occur in even the cleanest homes, deposits into the leather, eventually breaking down the material.
- Common Soils—This could include dirt from the outside and other common soils you come in contact with throughout the day.
- Dyes & Inks—Dyes or inks from newspaper, magazines, clothing, and other things can break down the leather and cause damage over time.