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Premium leather cleaner 500ml, professional leather cleaning of leather clothing, car and furniture leather

Original price €19,95
Original price €35,90
Current price €19,95
500.0 ml | €39,90 / l
VAT included.
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👍 Cleans powerfully & deeply

✓ Perfect for all types of leather

🌿 Free from chemical ingredients & aerosols

🍀 Biodegradable

😉 Made in Germany
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    Customer Reviews

    Based on 71 reviews
    Diana Peter
    alles Bestens, gerne wieder

    schnelle, zuverlässige Lieferung, zum Produkt selbst kann ich noch nichts sagen, da ich meine Sattelsachen (Pferd) erst geputzt hatte. Mir war nur wichtig etwas natürliches zu finden, da sogar bei speziellen Reitsportprodukten "hautreizend" draufstand und das möchte man ja nun doch nicht direkt an seinem Pferd haben.


    Die Produkte für die Lederreinigung und Lederpflege finde ich gut vor allem der angenehme Duft ist mir sehr wichtig.

    Paket ist nicht angekommen

    Leider ist sie Sendung nie bei mir angekommen

    Hermine Schwaegerl

    Premium Lederreiniger 500ml, professionelle Lederreinigung von Lederbekleidung, Auto- und Möbelleder

    Yuhong Zeng

    Premium Lederreiniger 500ml, professionelle Lederreinigung von Lederbekleidung, Auto- und Möbelleder

    The problem

    Smooth leather and suede are natural materials and require appropriate care on a regular basis. However, conventional cleaning and care products for leather often contain harmful ingredients such as artificial resins, acids, silicones and solvents . They should protect and care for the material and also impregnate it. However, the advertising promises of some manufacturers are just empty words that fizzle out in smoke and mirrors after the first application. Because all that chemical ingredients do to your leather is that they clog the tiny pores of the natural material. The result: the leather can no longer breathe and the necessary care substances, which serve to preserve the natural beauty of the material, are not given the opportunity to penetrate into the deeper layers. Unsightly cracks and color changes are the result.

    The solution

    The sustainable leather cleaner from Emma Grün cleans deeply without damaging the material or nature. You will not find any environmentally harmful chemicals in our products. We don't need this at all: We rely on proven household remedies like in grandma's time, such as sugar surfactants . As the name suggests, they are derived from sugar and are the mildest yet most active plant-based surfactant currently on the market. This means that our premium leather cleaner works where it should, without harming nature or people unnecessarily. In addition, our products are easy to use and are suitable for cleaning leather/cars, for furnishings, shoes, bags, gloves, leather clothing, motorcycle clothing as well as bridles and saddles. What more do you want!

    The application

    The application

    The Emma Green Leather Cleaner cleans your smooth and suede leather as well as Alcantara with the help of high-quality, natural ingredients. It is mild in use and powerful at the same time and removes dirt and unpleasant odors in no time at all. It also protects the surface and is suitable for all types of leather. Yes, you heard that right: You can also clean sensitive materials such as suede and nubuck with Emma Grün's leather cleaner. It doesn't matter whether it's leather shoes, leather belts, leather bags, leather jackets, leather cleaning for your car or for bridles and riding saddles: You can get any leather clean again and this in a natural way. How to proceed: 1. Gently remove coarse dirt with a soft brush. 2. Spray Emma Grün's leather cleaner onto the leather from a distance of about ten centimetres. Then work in evenly in circular movements with a suede brush, a thin cloth or using the sponge provided. 3. Then treat with cold water. It is possible that a second treatment is necessary in the case of very heavy soiling. We also advise you to test the leather cleaner for compatibility on a non-visible area beforehand.

    Suitable surfaces

    Every surface needs its own treatment - from smooth leather to wood to
    Marble. Here you can see where you can best use the product.


    Note: Always test on an inconspicuous area before use. Keep away from children.

    The Emma Green 100% Satisfaction Promise

    The Emma Green 100% Satisfaction Promise

    We stand for sustainable and effective products at fair prices and are only happy when you, the customer, are too. We are grateful that you have placed your trust in our young team more than fifty thousand times. This spurs us on anew every day.

    If something goes wrong with your order, you can return your product free of charge . True to our motto "Everything for your smile".

    If you have questions about orders and products, you can always reach us via chat or email.

    We look forward to hearing from you

    ~ Jannik & Louis

    Founder of Emma Green

    Fast shipping, secure payment & best price

    Fast shipping, secure payment & best price

    When it comes to dirt, small repairs and handicraft projects, things have to be done quickly . That's why we always ship your order the very next day. If you order early, even on the same day.

    This means that you usually have your order in your hands within two days (within Germany).

    We also want to make sure you get the best price here. If you find our products somewhere cheaper, just send us a message . You can pay as you prefer, from bank transfer to PayPal to credit card

    Fast, reliable, safe. Anything for your smile.

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    Advice & background information

    Rough and smooth leather differ in their structure and require different cleaning and care methods. Suede leather, also called suede, suede or nubuck leather, can be recognized by its velvety surface. This effect is achieved by grinding the animal skin. Since suede is always the skin of a wild animal, the skin side of the leather is always used to ensure a high-quality result when manufacturing suede. This is free of natural scarring and is simply more beautiful to look at.


    For nubuck leather, on the other hand, the outer skin side is used, which is sanded during the manufacturing process and makes the material very soft and cuddly. However, the natural leather cannot be dyed on the roughened side. All that could be achieved with an additional coat of paint is that the fibers would stick together and the natural effect of the natural material would be lost.


    How do you recognize suede leather?


    Suede leather is very comfortable to wear. It is very pleasant on the skin and nestles perfectly against the body. Due to the velvety soft, short and finely polished surface, a so-called "writing effect" is created when you stroke it, which makes it easy to distinguish suede from other types of leather. This is due to the roughened fibers, which appear differently to the eye depending on their position.


    Cleaning and caring for suede: This is how stains develop!


    The rough surface is what makes suede leather so unique and a real eye-catcher. Unfortunately, the structure is also very sensitive and absorbs moisture and dirt. This is precisely why the sensitive natural material has to be protected from external influences such as these in countless everyday situations. Because dirt, grease and water stains appear faster than we would like and are extremely difficult to remove. If aggressive leather cleaners are then used, they destroy the beautiful surface and this in an irreparable way.


    Especially in the cold season, when it's wet and uncomfortable outside and salt is strewn everywhere again for safety reasons, you have to protect your chic suede shoes very well and roughen the suede leather and then impregnate it. But even in your own four walls, it is easy for an unsightly grease or water stain to deface the sofa, armchair or other suede furniture. But don't worry: You can also get stains out of suede with the right little natural remedy.


    Cleaning suede: home remedies that work!


    In contrast to smooth leather, suede and suede have an open-pored and polished surface. Due to the special structure, the material acquires a natural patina over time, which looks beautiful but is particularly sensitive to liquids. Our grandmothers used various home remedies to help them get rid of unsightly stains on the couch and the like, as well as on their favorite suede clothing. The following home remedies make stains disappear forever!


    Baking Powder & Cornstarch:


    These two home remedies are particularly good for greasy stains. To do this, you have to dust the affected area with the home remedy, let it work in and then carefully brush it out with a suede brush.




    Vinegar also removes grease stains from suede. Dampen a colourfast cotton cloth with a little vinegar and gently work in the natural stain remover. Then wipe with a damp cloth. Important: Always use distilled water for this. Normal tap water would leave unsightly edges due to the lime content.


    Raw Onions:


    The juice of an onion works particularly well on snow edges. Simply dab the affected areas with the liquid and let it take effect. The unsightly edges should be completely gone after just one treatment.


    Natural leather cleaners:


    Sustainable leather cleaners like Emma Grün use natural ingredients to combat stains on suede. It doesn't matter whether your favorite items of clothing, shoes, accessories or your leather sofa & Co. need an effective thorough cleaning. With the sustainable suede cleaner from Emma Grün you can do this effectively and without any aggressive chemicals. And this is how it works: Spray on, work into the leather with a brush in circular movements, rub with cold distilled water and you're done! It is also perfect as a leather cleaner/car. Did you know that you can also use our premium leather cleaner as an Alcantara cleaner?


    Cleaning and caring for Alcantara: No problem with the sustainable products from Emma Grün!


    Our leather cleaner is not only suitable for all types of leather and imitation leather. Also made of Alcantara, you can get dirt and stains out completely without unsightly water marks. But what is Alcantara and what protection and care is appropriate?


    What kind of material is Alcantara?


    Alcantara has a velvety surface. It is a high-quality artificial suede leather and consists of a non-woven fabric made of microfibers (polyester, polyurethane). Due to its appearance, it is often confused with suede. In direct comparison with natural leather, it has the advantage that it is easy to clean and care for. For this reason, it is often used for car seat covers. But it is also often used as an easy-care material for sofa covers.


    How do you clean Alcantara?


    A basic cleaning should always be carried out before deep cleaning. That's why you first have to remove the dust that likes to settle in the microfibre fabric with a vacuum cleaner or a soft clothes brush. If you can remove the covers from your Alcantara couch, you can clean them in the washing machine at thirty degrees on a gentle cycle. Important: You are not allowed to spin the fabric! Alcantara has no place in the tumble dryer either. These operations would damage the fabric.


    Once the covers are firmly sewn, you can treat your sofa or car seats with an Alcantara cleaner such as Emma Grün's Premium Leather Cleaner. We have already explained in detail how this works at the top of the article under «Application».


    Alcantara: How do you get rid of the knots in the fabric?


    Alcantara is known for small nodules forming on the surface over time. This is due to the special nature of the material and is referred to as "pilling" in technical jargon. This unsightly effect is triggered when standing up and sitting down. The material wears out over time and some fabric is constantly peeling off, which ends up knotting on the surface. Not a pretty sight, but easy to fix. There are special sanding pads on the market that you can use to sand off the tiny nodules in a circular motion and wipe them off by hand. Don't worry: the fabric will not be affected. You should clean and impregnate your Alcantara sofa afterwards so that you don't have to repeat the process so quickly due to renewed pilling.