Asked on Mar 25, 2015

How to get rid of dog smells off leather furniture

DEREK SHELDON
by DEREK SHELDON
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What can I use to clean and freshen leather sofa?
  7 answers
  • Lagree Wyndham Lagree Wyndham on Mar 25, 2015
    There are cleaners specifically designed for cleaning leather, I have no idea if they would help with pet odor. No first hand experience with indoor pets.

    • Paige Paige on Jun 29, 2020

      Training your dog is the only long-term solution, OP.


      I love my dog so much but it constantly did the things that irked me most. It would chew on things that it shouldn’t or jump up and down out of the blue. Whenever I put on the leash, it would pull on it. Whenever it was out of the house, it would continue digging on the ground - I wish I could tell what it was looking for down there. All the things it did left me feeling depressed as if I failed it monumentally.


      But since I discovered Brain Training for Dogs and applied the system offered, it now behaves the way a beautiful dog I always expect of.

  • Kimberly A Kimberly A on Mar 26, 2015
    I just had to clean some leather furniture that a dog used for his personal bed in order to stage a house with it. I used baby wipes and the furniture looks great and no odors! The baby wipes actually re moisturizered the leather and covered up all of the claw marks too. They do make leather cleaning wipes as well in the auto care sections if the baby wipes don't work for you. Good luck!

  • Sheila Sheila on Mar 26, 2015
    Thank you I will definitely try. Have to steal wipes from my grandson. LOL

  • Wglindner Wglindner on Mar 26, 2015
    You can get it with baking soda. And ho to the shoe store and get this eraser that clean boots soft leather boots I got on my self and I use the eraser on the the leather it take mark off to.

  • Gu3mom Gu3mom on Apr 05, 2015
    A shoe-repair owner told me to use isopropyl alcohol to kill odor-causing mold, bacteria, etc. We've used it on shoes, a leather coat, our recliner and more. We keep some in a well-labeled spray bottle, mist it liberally on the the item, it dries almost instantly, then I wipe it down just to make sure there aren't any puddles in seams, etc. If first try doesn't do it, repeat! Good luck!

  • Trixie63 Trixie63 on Jul 04, 2015
    What about the leather soap used on saddles. Anyone know if that would work?

  • Frances Anderson Frances Anderson on Jul 31, 2017
    I use coconut oil scented moist tissues found in the toilet paper isle in supermarket. Cost £1. Moisturises cleans and softly scents leather x