This classic yet timeless Cow Leather U Shape Sofa is a lush comfort designed with class in mind. Upholstered using genuine Italian cowhide leather, this classy leather sofa will give great support for up to 7 seating. It comes with an ottoman that could be easily moved around. Preorder if ready stock is not available: 3-4 weeks processing timeView more selection of leather in our store. Brand : House of AnLi Dimensions : L 415 X W 240 X H 75 Filling : Microfibre and feather combination Leather Care GuideLeather is one of the more durable, low-maintenance surfaces for home furnishings. Add a few drops of mild non-detergent soap to distilled water to create a cleaning solution. Moisten a microfibre cloth with the solution. Test an inconspicuous spot with the cloth to make sure there’s no discoloration from the soap and water. Working from top to bottom, wipe the furniture.Dampen another cloth with plain distilled water and wipe the furniture again. Dry with a clean towel. Spills, Spots & StainsLeather is very sensitive to spills, especially liquids, so they should be removed from the surface as soon as possible to keep them from soaking in and forming a hard-to-remove stain.Condition Your Leather SofaLeather contains oils that need to be replenished every so often. They help to keep the upholstery soft and supple to the touch, but regular use can diminish its natural properties. This is why it’s important to use a specialised conditioner on your sofa, which will give it a new lease of life and help prevent it from drying out and cracking.Away From Direct SunlightConditioning your sofa helps to keep it soft and supple, but many people don’t realise that extended exposure to sunlight and other heat sources is one of the root causes of dryness and cracking. Positioning your new suite in a spot away from windows that get a lot of sunlight, fireplaces, air conditioning units or radiators can preserve the look and condition its upholstery. Of course, it’s impossible for your settee to avoid light and heat completely, but minimising contact can really prolong its life.