Before you get into removing each stain individually, it’s best to wipe it down with a microfiber cloth or to just vacuum it in order to remove any leftover dust or crumbs.
An important tip would be to put on the soft brush attachment to your vacuum cleaner to avoid any unnecessary scratches. Always keep in mind that the leather is more sensitive to getting scratches or other visible faults, so you need to be more gentle when wiping it down and vacuuming it.
Now that you are done removing the general dirt from your sofa, the next step is to approach your sofa with some cleaning solutions. Time to get that leather sofa clean!
The easiest solution would be soap with warm water with a ratio of 50:50 to remove standard stains and keep it fresh afterwords. You don’t necessarily need to be using a special soap for cleaning leather, but you could definitely try one to help the process and improve it.
If you happen to run into any ink stains, you’re going to have to use something different than household products. You will need some rubbing alcohol.
Make a cotton ball and soak it in alcohol, then gently dab on the place and make sure you are not rubbing it because it can damage the leather. As you know now, this can happen easily.
You can repeat this a few times with different alcohol cotton balls, and once you’re finished, you can go ahead and wipe down the area with a cloth and warm water.