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  • ½ cup vinegar use distilled white vinegar for light colored leather and apple cider vinegar for dark colored leather
  • 3/4 cup coconut oil or olive oil
  • rubbing alcohol optional


  • Gently scrub away any debris of stains on the leather with the rubbing alcohol.
  • Allow the leather to air dry before moving along to the next steps.
  • Mix together the vinegar and ¼ of a cup of the oil in a bowl.
  • Scrub the leather with the solution to clean it.
  • Allow the leather to air dry again.
  • You may need to repeat step #4 if the leather dried and soiled portions remained on the leather goods.
  • Use the remaining oil to condition the leather by gently yet firmly rubbing it onto the leather in a circular motion.
  • Allow the leather to air dry before using or storing the items cleaned.