Why Opti-Leather Cleanser?
Opti-Leather Cleanser is a powerful leather cleaner designed for inorganic contaminants. But what makes it so ideal?
Eliminate Dye Transfer and Paint Scuffs
Say you’ve just finished a long day of driving while on a road trip. You get out of the car and turn to close the door when all of a sudden you notice two gigantic blue stains right on your leather seat. The culprit? Your jeans. A standard leather cleaner won’t be able to do much about it, as they’re designed for organic substances like food. So if you’ve got a thing for denim, you’ll want to have a bottle of Opti-Leather Cleanser on hand. It cuts through inorganic contaminants like paint scuffs and automotive grease spots, eliminating them from your leather so you can keep your interior clean.
Safe For Even Delicate Leather
Most cleaners aren’t formulated for surfaces as delicate as leather. Using a multipurpose cleaner on your leather interiors can do some serious damage if you’re not careful. To get the job done without harming your leather, Opti-Leather Cleanser is a must-have. It’s pH balanced formula means it’s safe to use on even the most delicate leathers, so you can rest assured knowing removing stains won’t sacrifice your leather’s health.
Maintain Your Leather’s Look and Feel
A good amount of leather cleaners add a greasy, shiny finish to whatever area you apply them. For those of us with more matte-finished leather, this can look very out of place. It was for this reason we designed Opti-Leather Cleanser to keep your leather looking and feeling like the day you drove your car off the lot. With no added gloss and a dry finish, Opti-Leather Cleanser restores your leather to achieve a natural look you can be proud of.
How Does It Work?
When applied to leather areas dirtied by inorganic contaminants, Opti-Leather Cleanser works itself into the surface to break down the petroleum harboring contaminants within. The contaminants then release so they can be scrubbed and wiped up quickly. For organic contaminants like food or body oil, try Fine Leather Cleanser.
1. Shake well.
2. Spray onto leather. Let sit on surface briefly to penetrate dirt and stains.
3. Scrub the surface with a brush and wipe clean with a dry cloth.
For heavily soiled areas, a second application may be needed.
For maximum results, follow with Dr. Beasley’s Leather Cream, then protect with Dr. Beasley’s Leather Lock.
Do not let dry on surface.
Before applying, test a small amount in an inconspicuous place to check compatibility with surface.