A leather couch can be cleaned using saddle soap and warm water. To complete this task, you need saddle soap, five clean microfiber rags, olive oil, warm water and a vacuum cleaner with a hose attachment. More »

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Clean white leather couches by vacuuming the couch, cleaning with a soap solution, rinsing the area, drying and buffing. Always read the label on the couch for special cleaning instructions. More »

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PVC leather, also known as polyvinyl chloride, is an original type of imitation leather that is produced by substituting the hydrogen group with a chloride group in the vinyl groups. The result of this replacement is the... More »

Required materials to fix a burn spot on a leather couch include a utility knife, a canvas swatch, leather glue, tweezers, a palette knife, sandpaper, leather filler, a grain pad and leather dye. Many hardware stores sel... More »

Leather Honey brand leather conditioner is a highly rated choice for cleaning a leather couch. It is also the best selling leather cleaner on Amazon.com. Other highly rated brands are Lexol, Zymol and Mothers. All of the... More »

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Dyeing a leather sofa involves spraying small sections with water and rubbing the dye into the area with a clean, soft cloth, according to Ways and How. Each coat of dye takes about two hours to dry. Deeper, darker resul... More »

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To take apart a couch, remove the cushions, remove the legs, remove the upholstery, detach the arms, and separate the seat from the back. Depending on the reason you're dismantling the couch and its construction, this ta... More »