PU leather bar stools are a popular choice for their sleek look and easy maintenance. But even low-maintenance needs some TLC!
Just like your furniture, PU leather accumulates dust. Use a soft, microfiber cloth to gently wipe down the surface daily or weekly. Avoid harsh abrasives like scouring pads, which can scratch the material.
Don't let spills linger! Act fast to blot up any liquids with a clean, absorbent cloth. For tougher stains, dampen the cloth with a mild soapy solution (dish soap diluted in water works great) and gently wipe the area. Rinse with a clean damp cloth and dry thoroughly with a microfiber towel.
PU leather can dry out and crack over time, especially in dry climates. To prevent this, apply a leather conditioner every few months.
Steer clear of cleaning products containing harsh chemicals like bleach, ammonia, or strong solvents. These can damage the PU leather, causing discoloration, cracking, or peeling.
Direct sunlight and extreme temperatures can degrade PU leather. If your bar stools are near a window, consider installing curtains or blinds to filter the light.