The time to have a cloth or fabric sofa or chair professionally cleaned is usually pretty easy to determine:
It's when you run out of cushions to turn over to hide the stains! But what about leather?
When does leather need to be cleaned?
What is the safest and most effective way to clean and maintain fine leather furniture?
Leather furniture and other leather products are costly investments. To ensure its lasting beauty, though, leather must be properly maintained. The great thing about leather, though, is that neglect and damage can often be corrected or reversed!
Proper leather care should include professional cleaning every six months. Our certified leather specialists will carefully identify leather types and select the products specifically designed for the cleaning and finish of your type of leather to remove soil buildup. We’ll then condition and protect your leather to revitalize and replenish its natural beauty and feel.
Unlike fabric upholstery, your fine leather products are unusually susceptible to scratches, cuts, fading, and other damage. Body oils, lotion, perspiration, and ink can also cause major problems for leather. These products are prone to cracking and drying from improper care and maintenance, too. Utilizing specialty products and expert techniques, our leather professionals will restore your leather to “like-new” condition.
Unlike most fabrics, leather is also prone to color damage from exposure to oils, sunlight, wear, and lack of maintenance. Such problems as fading, color loss, or discoloration can be corrected with pigments and dyes precision-matched to your original leather hue and finish. Complete color changes can also be performed to restore your damaged leather.
What Type Of Leather Do We Clean?
Leather properly maintained will last four or even five times longer than fabric or man-made fibers. Our leather specialists have been thoroughly trained in how to properly identify your type of leather.
Aniline (A) – Also known as Natural, Pure, Naked and Unprotected leather.
Protected (P) – Also known as Semi-Aniline, Pigmented and Painted leather.
Nubuck (N) – Also known as Chaps, Bomber or Suede.
We also repair and restore various types of Vinyl
Once the Leather Specialist properly identifies the type leather, we can Clean, Protect, Repair and Restore (if needed) all of your leather products.
Bring Your Leather Back To Life!
To ensure its lasting beauty, leather must be properly maintained. Preserve your investment by requesting a
To ensure its lasting beauty, leather must be properly maintained. Preserve your investment by requesting a FREE, no-obligation phone estimate today!
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