If you own a vehicle with vegan leather or have vegan leather furniture in your home, knowing how to care for it is essential. In this article, we will discuss vegan leather’s cleaning and conditioning routine and introduce some new products from Dr. Beasley’s specifically designed for this purpose.
Introducing Dr. Beasley’s Vegan Leather Cleanser
Dr. Beasley’s has developed a vegan leather cleanser that is not only intended for use on vegan leather but is also formulated with plant-based materials. The cleanser contains fermented corn maze, which is derived from corn and helps with cleaning. This vegan formulation is free from animal byproducts, making it a safe and practical choice for cleaning vegan leather.
One of the critical considerations when cleaning vegan leather is the pH level of the cleanser. Using a high pH cleaner can cause the vegan leather to break down and fail prematurely. Dr. Beasley’s vegan leather cleanser is pH neutral, ensuring it is gentle on the material while effectively removing dirt and grime. This makes it suitable for use on any surface in your vehicle or home.
Using Dr. Beasley’s Vegan Leather Cleanser
To use the vegan leather cleanser, spray it directly onto the surface and wipe it clean. The mild formula of the cleanser means that you don’t have to worry about it staining anything. It is safe to use on your dash and other areas in your Tesla or any other vehicle with vegan leather.
If you need to tackle tougher stains or dirt, you can use a soft brush or a microfiber scrubber. However, it’s important to be cautious when using brushes, as they can potentially damage the delicate finish of the vegan leather. It’s always best to start with a less aggressive approach, such as multiple applications of the cleanser and longer dwell time, before resorting to more aggressive tools or chemicals.
Remember to avoid letting the cleanser dry on the surface. Instead, wipe it off with a microfiber towel to ensure no residue is left behind. You can also use a second damp towel for a final rinse, especially for leather and vinyl surfaces.
Introducing Dr. Beasley’s Vegan Leather Cream
After cleaning your vegan leather, apply a protective cream to keep it nourished and malleable.
Dr. Beasley’s vegan leather cream is a unique product specifically designed for vegan leather. It has a mild scent and is formulated with grapeseed oil, making it suitable for vegan leather.
Applying Dr. Beasley’s Vegan Leather Cream
When applying the leather cream, being generous with the product is okay. Even though vegan leather is not genuine, it still needs to be conditioned to keep it malleable. Start by applying the cream to broader areas, avoiding the stitching to prevent jamming the cream into the stitches. Allow the cream to sit on the surface for 5 to 10 minutes, giving it time to be absorbed by the material. If there is still product on the surface after this time, wipe it off with a microfiber towel.
It’s important to note that vegan leather, like real leather, needs regular conditioning to maintain its appearance and extend its lifespan. Dr. Beasley’s recommends cleaning and conditioning your vegan leather interiors quarterly, or more frequently if the vehicle is heavily used or exposed to dirt and grime. By regularly cleaning and conditioning your vegan leather, you can keep it looking clean, conditioned, and extend its durability.
Caring for vegan leather requires a specific cleaning and conditioning routine. Dr. Beasley’s offers a range of vegan leather care products that are safe and effective for use on vegan leather surfaces. Their vegan leather cleanser is pH neutral and gentle on the material, while their vegan leather cream is formulated with grapeseed oil to keep the material nourished and malleable. Following a regular cleaning and conditioning routine can keep your vegan leather looking its best and extend its lifespan.
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