It should be lifted and handled gently, and special attention should be paid to avoid collisions.
After sitting for a long time, you should often pat the sedentary parts and edges to restore the original shape and reduce the depression caused by the concentration of sitting power.
When placing the leather, it should be kept away from heat sinks and direct sunlight should be avoided. Exposure to a strong light is strictly prohibited.
Do not rub vigorously during normal cleaning, so as not to damage the epidermis. For leather sofas and office chairs that have been used for a long time or accidentally stained, you can use a cloth dipped in soapy water (or washing powder, with a moisture content of 40% to 50%) to scrub. Then wipe it with clean water, and then dry it with a clean cloth. Do not use strong detergents (such as detergent powder, chemical solvent turpentine, gasoline, or other inappropriate liquids) to clean.