Almost every housewife has a cleaning tip ready for candle wax. But with candle wax on leather furniture, you should be very careful of home remedies and the often-praised turpentine, because the wrong cleaning methods can quickly destroy the leather surface.
Here, we will show you how to properly remove candle wax on leather furniture:.
Allow the wax stain to cool and completely dry out. Then carefully remove the wax with the back of a knife. Be really careful not to damage the surface of the leather. Clean the remaining stains with the KERALUX® Active Plus cleaner. Then treat the leather with the KERALUX® Care Lotion P nach.
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Especially with red candles, it can be that after removing the wax remains, not only greasy stains remain, but also red discoloration. If red dyes have penetrated into the leather, only a specialist can help. Click here to find a leather specialist near you..