I was pleasantly surprised at the job Weiman Leather Wipes did for the client’s furniture I cleaned. Well, in all actuality I didn’t clean it because that has to be professionally done, but I dusted and “polished” the furniture well.
I really thought Weiman Leather Wipes made the furniture look better than my dry cloth, but the only misgiving I have about this product is that it will take a chunk out of my profits if I use it at every client’s home.
The client I was with today requested I use theirs, so obviously it wasn’t part of my cleaning supplies.
I have a Twitter follower up in the north east. I think he lives in Baltimore, but I haven’t tweeted with him in a while, and I can’t think of his name. He cleans leather for a living commercially and residentially. I need to hook up with him again to get some pointers. If you’re reading this Mr. Baltimore tell me an economic way to clean leather without contracting it out for a professional. Tweet me bro. 🙂 Again, it’s @tomlinsonclean.
I highly recommend Weiman Leather Wipes even though I haven’t tried anything else on the market. I’ll keep you posted. I don’t think it’s a green product either, but I’ll do my homework better for next time.
You can buy Weiman Leather Wipes at Wal-Mart, Publix, Kroger, Harris Teeter, and I’m sure any other retail store that’s out there. I frequent those establishments is the reason I mention them. Look for coupons in Sunday’s paper for an even better deal.
Until next time, happy cleaning!