Published at Tuesday, 15 May 2018. Leather Sofa. By Jordan Haman.
Now, we come down to one of the major concerns that most people have with leather sofas - care and maintenance. If you have your heart set on getting a leather sofa bed, there's no reason to let maintenance worries get in the way. Actually, leather is easier to clean than fabric when it comes to common spills and such. Simply get a damp cloth and wipe it clean. However, a tear will require the use of a leather repair kit that will completely mend the area and restore it like new. Overall, leather sofa beds are beautiful, stylish and last for many years with proper care.
First of all, before beginning your search, you should be prepared to pay more for having this luxury. On average, leather sofa beds run between $1,500 and $2,500 in price, so you'll need to budget for the added cost. Of course, this is for real leather, which many people prefer over other options. However, you could technically get that leather look by opting for the much cheaper faux leather sofa. This is completely up to you, but durability and quality is one reason to go for the real thing.
Also, moisture is known to spoil leather as it encourages the growth of moss and fungi. So, using a steamer to clean leather is not a good idea. Avoid sitting on your leather furniture with wet hair or with freshly applied hair care products. Do not put your wet towel on your precious leather sofa even by mistake. For any kind of spills, immediately use a dry cloth to blot the liquid and let it air-dry naturally. Do not make use of hair dryers as the hot air can damage leather.Also, it is important to blot the spill instead of wiping it,as wiping will only spread the liquid further.
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