You would think that all leather sofas would be created soft. You know the kind of leather sofa you sink right into when you sit down. Sadly, this is not the case. Some of these solutions come from constant household articles and some are products you can purchase.


Home Remedies

* Saddle Soap is a superb way to soften tough leather. This leather conditioner has been around for hundreds of years when it was utilized by cowboys to keep saddles and other horse tack in good shape. It may not be the best thing for a leather sofa though.

* Vaseline is something everyone has laying around the house and it’s inexpensive. Dab a soft clean cloth into the gel and then work it into the leather sofa in small amounts until it feels dry. You will desire to wipe the sofa with a dry cloth to remove any excess grease but the leather will absorb most of it. Try this on a small space first before doing the whole couch.


* Shaving cream has been a good standby for several people. You want to employ shaving cream on a clean damp cloth, working it into the leather. You will be amazed at how quickly this softens your sofa.

* Mink Oil is a favorite for several people. You can find Mink Oil at just about any leather shop and is not very costly.

* Lanolin is another natural ingredient that will work.


* A mixture of 500 g bag balm, also named milk salve and 100 ml of glycerin also makes a great home remedy if you have a lot of area to cover and a small budget to work with.

* In all cases mentioned above, try it in an inconspicuous space first before doing the whole surface. Wait to see how well it soaks into the leather.