- 1). Dampen a chamois with 1/4-cup distilled water. Rub the chamois on the leather area with medium pressure for 30 to 45 seconds. Dry the area with a microfiber cloth.
- 2). Apply leather- or vinyl-repair glue to minor cuts or tears as recommended by the product label. Allow the glue to dry for a minimum of 10 minutes.
- 3). Coat a hidden section of the leather surface with cleaning spray. Rub the area with a cotton cloth for 30 seconds to ensure that the color of the leather does not change. Apply the leather cleaner to the damaged area if the cleaner did not alter the color in the test section. Scrub the surface area with light pressure, using a leather-cleaning brush.
- 4). Apply leather-fabric conditioner to the surface area as recommended by the product label. Wipe the area evenly with medium pressure using a microfiber cloth.