Leather Master Foam Cleaner
Foam Cleaner an aerosol version of Strong Cleaner. It is a gentle, water-based cleaner that is similar to Soft Cleaner, but has twice the active ingredients. Foam Cleaner will remove most heavy soiling and water-based stains. We recommend Foam Cleaner for sensitive leathers, such as nubuck and aniline.
Foam Cleaner is dispensed as dense foam, similar in consistency to shaving cream. Its foamy consistency allows the product to clean effectively while minimizing the amount of moisture absorbed by the leather. The thick foam also acts as a cushion between the leather and the sponge. This protects the leather from damage and color loss. The chemical action of the Foam Cleaner is doing all the cleaning, not the physical action of rubbing.
Shake the can well before use. Spray the product at a distance of 12inches / 30cm from the leather. The product will foam very quickly. Using a sponge, work the foam into the leather; the sponge will act as a cushion and will prevent you from rubbing too hard. Take a clean, lint-free cloth and wipe away excess foam and allow to dry.
After leather is clean, dry for approximately 30 minutes. You may want to apply a coat of protection cream on the furniture to ensure maximum protection against stains, fading, and pets.
Apply Leather Master Protection Cream to keep the leather protected.
This aerosol product must ship USPS Ground or Fedex Ground. IT CANNOT SHIP INTERNATIONALLY OR TO ALASKA OR HAWAII.
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I've been using this product for several years but this is the first time I ordered online. Prompt service. I Received within 3 days of ordering!! Very happy with service & product.
Excellent application and results first-rate service. Highly recommended.
We've used the liquid cleaner for Nubuck that is applied to a sponge, squeezed to form a foam, in the past and it works well to keep leather clean. The foam version in a spray can is more convenient and works as well.
I used then on my king ranch seats. Works great. Very fast drying.