The guy asked a simple question, not for a critique on his spending habits. Why is it when someone asks a question like that on this site, everyone piles on to tell how him cheap he is, and it is almost a sin to try and save a bit. Trap shooting is expensive, and God help you if you try and save a bit. Sheesh!
There is a product called Dryel which is used in your home dryer to dry clean garments. It has a bag which you put your garment in with a dry cleaning sheet. Turn your dryer on medium heat for about 15 to 20 minutes and it will freshen and clean your garment. It also comes with a spot cleaner to apply for soiled areas. You can find it at large Grocery stores by the laundry detergents. I have used it on many items including vests and shirts with leather and works great.
Wash it on gentle action with wool wash, dry it in the shade and when completely dry treat all leather parts with a good quality leather cleaner and leather treatment, Auto leather products are good, Auto Glym have a good product, treat it a few times. Washing yourself is a good idea if you are sensitive to dry cleaning products, I am
Another thing, my wife has these mesh bags specially for delicates that she puts her Bras in before she puts them in the washing machine, apparently they don't knock things around while they are being tumbled, I have not used them but I guess they would be a good idea
Coleman lantern fuel is pure naptha, which is what dry cleaners used for years. I use it a lot on different things. Just remember to do it outside and nowhere around anything flammable. Stay away from the leather and treat it with Mink Oil. Terry