Leather couches are incredibly useful and easy to maintain, especially if you have kids and pets in your house. Anyhow, when spending money on such furniture, you should take proper care of it, because any type of stain can ruin its overall appearance.
How do I know that? The only thing I can is: been there, done that! I don’t want to find fault with my husband, because I’m the guilty one. One evening, when I got back from work, I laid on the couch with a bowl of pasta in my laps, eating like a total sloth. The results? I spilled some Milanese Spaghetti on the couch and floor, staining everything with red tomato sauce and oil.
The laziness stop instantly and I removed all the spaghetti from the couch and floor, but that greasy tomato sauce impregnated fast into the leather fabric.
Acting like a kid once in a while seems to leave nasty stains behind. The good thing is that I found some clever ways to remove these unsightly stains from the leather couch without ruining the fabric.
Removing grease stains from leather couch
Apply baking soda over the grease stains and let it sit for a couple of hours to absorb all the oil. Then use the dry cloth to remove all the baking soda remains, and then use the damp cloth to wipe the stain thoroughly.
Tip: if the grease stain is a bit stubborn, you can use dish soap with water to wipe the grease off.
After removing the grease stains, you should learn to condition properly the leather couch, and the following method is a successful one: