Cleaning your leather sofas and furniture shouldn’t be a daunting task. Here, you will find tips on how to clean your leather furniture properly. It’s important to know the right way to clean to avoid damaging your leather.
Whether you have Aniline & Semi-Aniline Leather, Pigmented / Top Coat Leather, Oil & Wax Pull Up Leather, BiCast Leather, Two Tone, Mottled & Antique Finished, Suede & NuBuck leather furniture you need to take care of it.
Leather furniture has its own beauty and elegance and makes a gorgeous statement to any visitors entering your home or office. It is among the most stylish and cool of all furniture you can pit up in your interiors and the most appropriate part is that it goes well with both the modern look and even the laid back retro style. However it must be kept in a good condition at all the time to preserve the perfection and brilliance of your leather decor as long as it is possible. For this reason it is very important to properly care for and clean your leather pieces whether it is occasional chair, a sofa or a large sectional.
A simply regular cleaning solution can cause your leather furniture to crack, peel or damage irrevocably, so always use only cleaning materials and services that are specially designed and cleaners trained for the job. Maximum damage to leather furniture is often caused mainly due to wrong cleaning techniques.
Our professional leather cleaning technicians use only the best materials, techniques and an individual approach vary with type of leather and the furnishing.
What we will do:
- Cleaning dust from leather furniture;
- Cleaning ink / pen / marker stains;
- Cleaning dark stains;
- Cleaning grease stains;
- Cleaning liquid spills;
- Special care against flooding;
- Protection against some other harmful damages;
Here are some tips our leather operatives recommend how to take care of your precious leather furniture:
- Clean it regularly with dry cloth and vacuum the corners.
- Do not use water, cleaning solvents, soaps or ammonia.
- Use a leather conditioner that is appropriate and in right quantity.
- Keep the leather away from direct sunlight and the fireplace, baseboard heat, forced hot air heat vents.
- Make sure to blot stains as soon as possible (never rub the leather).
- All leathers react differently to cleaning, so keep a careful eye on colour coming changes on the leather while you clean.