Leather Cleaning

Over time, body oils, perspiration, skin acids and regular wear and tear can diminish the appearance of leather furniture, leaving dark spots or stains.

Leather Cleaning

Over time, body oils, perspiration, skin acids and regular wear and tear can diminish the appearance of leather furniture, leaving dark spots or stains.

What makes Chem-Dry Locals leather cleaning and restoration special?

Oils and Grease – Body oils from people and animals are easily transferred and seep into parts of leather furniture that get a lot of use, causing serious damage to the furniture’s protective finish.

 

Atmospheric Soils – Dust particles as well as airborne cooking oils and invisible air pollutants produced by common home activities eventually find their way onto leather furniture and cause problems.

 

Common Soils – Soils including common dirt, sand and fibres from plants are tracked into the home by adults, kids and pets, attaching to the leather every time the furniture is used.


Dyes and Inks – A leaky pen, the ink from a newspaper and the dyes from fabrics like denim are among the ways that inks and dyes can be transferred to leather furniture and can be hard to remove without damaging the surface.

Chem-Dry Locals will carefully identify your furniture’s leather types and select products specifically designed to clean and remove soil build-ups and other stain causing elements. We’ll then condition and protect your leather to revitalise and replenish its natural beauty and feel.

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Restoring Leather Furniture

Throughout the lifetime of your leather furniture it is bound to get a couple nicks and scrapes along the way. We are well-trained and able to address these problems. We take time to inspect your leather furniture and apply special pigmentation that matches perfectly with your furniture’s original tan. We can also revitalise the colour of sensitive aniline leathers 

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