One of the best massage leather chair in the market is made of leather. The Osim uStyle2 massage chair is made of leather which is a flexible and durable material that could last longer than other upholstery materials. Even though it is beautiful and elegant, the main challenge of maintaining the aesthetics of a leather massage chair is to clean it without causing any damage to its surface. Maintaining a leather massage chair could be a pretty challenging task, but if done properly, you can be assured that it would last for the years to come. So what are some of the things to consider when cleaning your leather massage chair.
Factors to consider
Type of leather
Before cleaning your leather massage chair, make sure that you know what kind of leather you are working with. This information is written on the tag attached to your leather massage chair, or if you can’t find such information you could contact the manufacturer to know the leather detail. You must also be aware that almost all manufacturers of these massage tools include tips on how you should clean your massager. Hence, it would be more advisable to follow these tips first before you use other cleaning procedures for your leather massage tool.
Use of Moisturizing Soap
Basic cleaning of a leather massage chair could be carried out using a gentle moisturizing soap and a soft cloth. Upon doing this procedure, try not to saturate over your massage chair with moistness and never rinse it with water; always put in mind that your massage tool is made up of mechanical materials that could corrode and electrical items that could pose dangers like electrocution and fire. What you should do is to wipe your leather massage chair with a damp cloth to remove excess soap. It is also important to dry dust your massage chair at least twice or thrice a week using a dusting broom, or if you have a vacuum cleaner attach a soft brush to it and use it to dust your massager.
Removing grease stains
Your leather massage chair could also acquire oil and newspaper stains. What you have to do is to wipe the grease stain using a dry cloth and never use water to remove such stain, and for the newspaper mark sprays the area with an aerosol spray. Try to avoid using abrasive cleaners on you leather massage chair including ammonia-based cleaners, bleach, varnish, saddle soap, and alkaline cleaners as these agents could certainly ruin the aesthetics of your massager. As much as possible keep your massager away from direct sunlight, heat, and air conditioning sources to prevent it from fading, cracking and drying.…