What causes leather to crack? Because leather is porous, it soaks up oils and dirt from your own body and hair. These oils are absorbed into the top coating on leather and eventually becomes abrasive as it breaks down, causing wear and eventual cracks on the surface.
Further detail about this can be seen here. Keeping this in view, how do I stop my leather couch from cracking?
Frehafer from Wellington’s Leather Furniture recommends a leather conditioner with sunscreen several times a year. To protect your leather furniture, keep it away from direct sunlight and heat sources, which can cause drying and cracking.
how can I restore my leather sofa naturally? To revive the luster of leather furniture and buff out small scratches and fading, try a natural leather cleaner like coconut oil. Use a clean, dry cloth to rub coconut oil into leather in a circular motion, much like shoe polish. Let penetrate 10 minutes, and buff out excess oil with a new, clean cloth.
In this regard, how do you repair cracked leather?
1. Clean it. Clean the surface of the cracks and surrounding leather with a soft, dry brush or cloth to remove any dirt or dust. Next, use a shoe dauber (or any small, fine-bristled brush) to apply leather cleaner or saddle soap to the leather cracks, cleaning them more deeply.