Warning: leather does not play well with heat! Avoid exposing natural leather to the sun for long periods of time and keep it away from heat sources such as radiators. Never put leather in contact with solvents, such as alcohol, acetone and ammonia.
Clean leather using a damp cloth and mild soap.
Leather stains must be treated quickly, but in most cases, it is better to act with caution than to over intervene and be left with an unfortunate and irreversible mark as a result. If you are attacking a spot, consider first experimenting on an inconspicuous part of your furniture, even several times in a row, to ensure the treatment won’t cause any damage. In the event of a stubborn stain or serious wear and tear, ask a specialist.