I bought these after a friend recommended them. They are currently £2 at asda but normally £2.54 for 24 wipes in a pack just like your anti bacterial wipes would come in. Plastic packet with sticky lid.
These wipes are dryer than usual wipes so you do have to do quite a lot of rubbing and wiping over these are leather clean and shine wipes and contain aloe vera and beeswax which claim to nourish and protect.
I have black leather sofas and my daughter always manages to splash milk from her bottle and the sofa still looks grubby after i wipe with an ordinary cloth and very dull.It was when i said this my friend suggested these wipes. The pack has changed from the above and comes in an undertated brown and cream packet!
I used these wipes and the sofa looked so much better had its original look back to it. Also when i sat on it it again felt like a lovely soft leather and not rough and horrible as it had previously. I have done the entire sofas (a 4 and 3 seater) twice and only used half of the pack. I would wipe any excess first with a cloth and water before using these as they wouldnt be wet enough to wipe a lot off.
I have since also seen morrisons sell these too!
I have two, two-seater, black leather sofas and I have always had trouble keeping them clean. Although muck and grime doesn't stain in the same way as on material sofas, there is the constant worry of damaging the leather with cleaning products, or causing scratches with vigourous scrubbing. I was told to use hot water and washing up liquid, but this seemed like such a hassle for every time some sloppy eater dropped their food! Then I discovered Lord Sheraton's Leather Wipes in the local supermarket and gave them a try....
The packaging is much like any other container for wipes on the market; a plastic packet with a resealable peel-easy surface.
There are twenty large wipes (20x19cm) per pack, which doesn't seem a lot but they do go a lot further than you would expect. If your sofa just has a few marks here and there (which is usually the case) then one wipe should do it. Of course, these wipes are not just designed for leather furniture but almost any other household leather items such as handbags, luggage, saddlery and footwear (which I find particularly useful as there's no more polish stains on my white shirts!) They can also be used on leather car interiors. However, the packet does state that this product should NOT be used on suede or nubuck leather.
The product claims to 'clean, revive, nourish and protect' and, so far, my sofa has remained in excellent condition, so I have no complaints. The fragrance of the wipes is unusual but far from unpleasant. It reminds me of marzipan, kind of light and sweet, but this is not overpowering by any means, the scent fades almost immediately after the wipes are used.
Overall, this is also a very convenient product. Minimal effort is required, as there's no longer the need for tedious buffing. Just one clear swipe and you're good to go!
However, it's not all rosey. These wipes can become a bit pricey if used regularly, as costs are currently at £2.56. I originally bought them from ASDA for around £1.64 but ASDA no longer stock this product, perhaps due to the price increase. It seems that Lord Sheraton are in competition with other leading brands (eg. Mr.Sheen) as their prices are similar to this new extortionate cost! I try to use the wipes a little more sparingly since the rise!
As I touched on earlier, the stockists for this product are also now quite limited. You can buy them from Tescos though and, I believe Sainsbury's too. You can also get them online but at a greater cost again.
All in all, a convenient product, very easy to use, nicely fragranced and seems to be maintaining the lastingness of my leather sofa perfectly...just a shame that the price is so steep!
Lord Sheraton Leather Wipes are the easy, convenient way to nourish and protect leather items / Containing a blend of oils, emollients and gentle cleansers Leather Wipes effortlessly remove dust, grease and grime.