The leather seats in your car are a little different than let's say, leather shoes. You have to be cautious when cleaning them. You can always use leather seat cleaners that you find in the store, just make sure you read and review them before you purchase them.
Warning!! Do NOT use bleach or ammonia-based cleaners because these can actually damage your seats!
If you don't want to purchase a cleaner from the store or you're just a DIY-junkie, here are some cleaners you can create yourself:
1. Olive Oil & Vinegar
Mix 1/2 cup of olive oil with 1/2 cup of vinegar and put into a spray bottle. Spray minimal onto your seats and let sit for about 5 minutes. Then, wipe it off!
2. Water & Dish Soap
Mix 1 cup of water with 1/5 cup of dish soap in a bucket. Dampen a cloth with your soap water and clean the seats. Make sure you don't put too much of the solution on the cloth because it could soak into the seats or even stain the leather.
*Always remember to vacuum your seats before you clean them*
If you have little stains that you want to get out of your leather seats then try these.....
Place a tiny amount of non-gel toothpaste onto the area and wipe away.
2. Nail Polish Remover
Dip a cotton ball into the nail polish remover and dab it on the stain. Once it starts to disappear, wash it off with a mixture of dish soap and water.
3. Baking Soda
This is great for removing grease and oil stains. Sprinkle a little bit of baking soda onto the affected area and rub it in with a damp cloth. Let it sit for a few hours (overnight works well) and then wipe off the powder with a cloth.