Auto upholstery shops that want to distinguish themselves as leather experts should do more than repair and design custom leather interiors. They should also teach customers how to care for them.
In June, we collaborated with Hydes Leather to publish a care guide for protected, top-coated and pigmented automotive leather. It’s a one-page flier that shops can print and leave in customers’ cars.
This month, we’re doing the same, but for specialty leather — including aniline wax pull-up, oil pull-up, distressed, nubuck and suede.
Read the full care guide here: