A deep-penetrating leather cleaning spray, Dr. Beasley's Fine Leather Cleanser is designed to eliminate organic contaminants like food, drink and dirt from interior leather surfaces. When used with Dr Beasley's Leather Cream, your vehicle's interior leather will be looking clean, rejuvenated and protected.
- Removes food, sweat and dirt from leather surfaces
- Maintains natural finish
- Works great on shoes, wallets, purses, and furniture
Why Fine Leather Cleanser?
Fine Leather Cleanser is a powerful leather cleaner designed to eliminate organic contaminants. But how does it do it, and what makes it so great?
Rid Leather of Organic Contaminants
If you’ve got leather interiors in your car, you know how quickly they can get stained and dirtied by food, drink, body oils, dirt, you name it. It doesn’t just look bad – it feels bad too, since stains tend to harden leather to the touch. To get those stains out fast, you’ll want to have a bottle of Fine Leather Cleanser ready to go. It cuts through the oils trapping organic contaminants like food and dirt, lifting them out of your leather’s surface so they can be removed with a simple wipe.
Gentle Enough For Delicate Leather
Multipurpose cleaners can damage leather surfaces, since they often contain chemicals too harsh for some delicate finishes. To clean without hurting your leather, using a gently formulated cleaner is 100% necessary. That’s why Fine Leather Cleanser is the obvious choice – we designed it to be pH balanced, ensuring you won’t harm your leather while trying to remove a stain.
No Gloss, No Grease
When you clean your leather, you want it to look and feel like the day you bought it. So why do so many other leather cleaners leave you with a greasy, unappealing gloss? Fine Leather Cleanser does no such thing – its formula is designed to leave leather surfaces matte and dry, so you won’t be looking at a shiny, oily spot next time you need to remove a stain.
How Does It Work?
When applied to a leather area soiled with organic contaminants, Fine Leather Cleanser penetrates the surface to break down the oils trapping contaminants within. The contaminants are then released so they can be wiped away with ease. For inorganic contaminants like ink, try Dr Beasley's Opti-Leather Cleanser
1. Shake well.
2. Using a microfiber towel, apply a thin coat to the area.
3. Allow cleanser to penetrate, then work gently into the leather.
4. Wipe the surface, adding more product as needed.
5. Remove excess residue with a fresh Edgeless 245 All-Purpose Microfiber Terry Towel.
For maximum results after cleaning, finish with Dr Beasley's Leather Cream.
Before applying, use a small amount in an inconspicuous place to test compatibility with surface.