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Tips In Removing Stains And Repairing Your Favorite Leather Jackets

By Edited Apr 29, 2015 0 0

Men’s leather jackets have always been attractive and stylish that you can hardly resist it especially for those who are seen riding on their motorcycle that sometimes you wish to have one like those. No other garment is equivalent to the versatility and durability and has proved to be reliable for providing ultimate protection as well as comfort. Its classic charm is timeless and extends in future fashion that is why many people are willing to shell out extra amount just to have this piece of apparel knowing that this is a great investment. Most of the leather jackets are produced in countries or cities with low cost production per unit so that it would be affordable for anyone to buy their most coveted leather jackets.

However, with constant use its color may deteriorate plus cracks and stains may rescind its perfect beauty that is why proper care is necessary. The following tips may be helpful in maintaining the attractiveness of your leather jacket. Cracks may start to show up once the leather has dried out. It is important that you keep your leather out of direct sunlight for extended period of time. You also need to remove all the dirt, dust, loose leather stripes and stains that might be present by cleaning your jacket on a regular basis with the use of damp washcloth and moisturizing soap. Microfiber cloth may also be used to gently clean the surface to give a look that is good as new. Be careful in using products to clean the garments. There are several products available in the market that are intended for leather use only. To make sure that it won’t ruin the leather apparel when attempting to remove stains, you can test a small piece.

Rubbing alcohol may also be used in removing stains like ink but then again you need to check whether or not fading and other type of damage occurs by testing a small area of the material. Homemade solutions may also be used in removing stains like the mixture of one part lemon juice and one part cream of tartar. You can apply the paste in area where stains are present. You can always repeat if stains are not totally removed or let the mixture stay for an hour. Maintaining and restoring your leather jackets will not just only allow you to save money but also the memories associated with your favorite leather jackets.

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