Clean the surface of the leather with a soft cloth dipped in rubbing alcohol. This will remove any grease, oil or previous coating from the leather, preparing it for a new top coat to protect the leather from sun exposure and scratching. You can rub along the gain of the leather or go against it, and rub gently.
Spray the entire leather piece with spray acrylic lacquer. Use a formula designed for use on furniture and leather. Spray the lacquer in short bursts. Do not soak the leather. Spray a thin coating on the leather, then allow it to dry for about two hours. Spray a second coating of lacquer over the first. Allow the leather to dry overnight. Apply one final coat and dry overnight for ultimate protection.
Place a small amount of leather conditioning cream onto a soft cloth. Rub the cream all over the leather to buff the leather to a high shine and remove any remaining scuffs. This will replace the top coat and restore the leather to its original shine and quality without damaging the leather.
Allow the leather to soak up the conditioner overnight, then apply a second coat the next day. Allow the leather to dry overnight again, then wipe away any excess conditioner with a soft cloth.