Berkline leather sofa is expensive furniture. So it is your best interest to take care of it. To clean Berkline leather sofa, start by removing the dust from the sofa with the dust cloth or rag. Next spread the sheets over the floor, remove the cushions, and place them on the sheets. Using sheets serves two purposes: first, so that you have a clean area to set the sofa cushions; and second, to protect the carpeting from the leather conditioner. Next, vacuum the interior of the sofa. Use a flat narrow tool on your vacuum so that you can reach deeply and remove all loose debris.
Set the vacuum and dust cloth aside. Prepare a bowl of warm water and Ivory Soap. Immerse the large sponge in the soapy water and then wring out most of the water. (Suds are ok.) Doing this will give you a “damp dry sponge.” Wipe down all the leather surfaces of the Berkline leather sofa. The soap will remove greasy residue that has accumulated from people and cooking. As the sponge dries, re-immerse and wring it out again. You should not scrub the leather, but should wipe it gently and firmly. Continue this way until you have wiped down all leather surfaces. If the water becomes dirty partway through, then you should discard it and start with new water and soap. Once you have finished with all surfaces, then you can put the soap and large sponge away. Rinse out the bucket a fill it with a small amount of clean warm water.
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Immerse the small sponge into the clean water. Wring it out very well. Pour some of the leather conditioner onto the damp sponge and begin to rub it into the Berkline leather sofa. This process is akin to polishing a car: use small circular motions; you want to get a thin coat over the whole surface. As needed, add more conditioner to the sponge. Let it soak in for 20 to thirty minutes as you condition the rest of the leather. Once you are finished with the conditioner and sponge, you can put them away, along with the bucket. Finally, take the large soft cloth and buff the leather surfaces. Buff vigorously and with medium pressure until you see a brilliant shine. Then, reassemble the sofa.