Leather Furniture Cleaning

About Leather Upholstery Cleaning

Leather upholstery cleaning can be a slow and time-consuming process due to the fabrics’ porous nature.

Leather can take a long time to condition in order to respond to cleaning efforts. Our cleaning specialists will literally coax open the pores of the leather with repeated applications of our cleaning product and massage. Eventually, it begins to release trapped dirt after being revitalized.

We’ll clean your leather upholstery by hand with sponges, cleaning agents, and towels. Once all the dirt has been removed, the leather is neutralized with a conditioner to close the pores that had to be opened for cleaning so that it better protects itself from re-soiling.

Different Leathers Have Different Cleaning Needs

Because of the polymer coating applied during the manufacturing process, protected leather is easiest to clean because there are many powerful cleaning agents available – including degreasers and ink removers.

Taking Care of Your Leather 

While there are Do it yourself leather care products available, it is critical that you select the appropriate cleaning agents for the type of leather upholstery cleaning.

“An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure” after all. Prolong the life of your leather upholstery and extend the amount of time between cleanings by keeping animals and perspiration off your leather furniture. Body oils are the most common type of soiling that affects leather, and the cleaning agents that deal with these stains can often damage your furniture during the cleaning process.

The results will AMAZE YOU!!

 

Cleaning and conditioning of your leather by hand will astound you.