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1. Wipe up grease stains with a dry cloth. If you get any grease stains on your leather chair, wipe them up right away with a clean, dry cloth. Do not add water. This could cause the grease to set in.
· If the stain remains after you attempt to wipe it away, sprinkle baking soda on the affected area. Baking soda can help draw out the grease. Leave on for a few hours and then gently brush it off with a rag.
2. Use rubbing alcohol for ink stains. Ink stains are common with leather furniture. If you notice an ink stain, rubbing alcohol is probably your best course of action.
· Get a cotton swab. Dab some rubbing alcohol onto it.
· Wipe at the stain until it clears away.
· This method may also help in removing mold or mildew from a leather chair.
3. Try lemon juice and cream of tartar to fix discolorations. Discolorations are common on leather furniture, especially if your chair is a lighter color. A mixture of cream of tartar and lemon juice can be used to remove these types of stains.
· Make a mixture of equal parts lemon juice and cream of tartar. How much you'll need depends on the size of the stains you're removing. Mix until you have a paste.
· Apply the paste to the stained areas. Leave on for 10 minutes. Then, take a damp cloth and wipe the mixture away.