We are out of town and expect to be back before the end of July. If your furniture repair is something that can wait, we would love to work with you then.

Depending on what you need, we may know someone who can help you. We will be checking the mail and messages intermittently. As we are on vacation, please be patient. We will get back to you.

We sincerely appreciate your call to us and wish you the very best in all things to come.

DIY Furniture Care Tips

antique furniture tools

Going it on your own for DIY furniture care? Tried to clean microfiber and got a ring? Cleaning your leather? If you’re going to do-it-yourself, let us help with some handy tips on what to do and what not to do.

This brown leather couch is now repaired!

Have You Cleaned Your Leather Couch Lately?

Have you cleaned your leather furniture lately? Let’s be honest.  Some of us live on our furniture.  Who thinks to clean it when it looks just fine? Most of us don’t, so therefore, we send […]

Leather Maintenance Products that Work

Leather Maintenance Products that Work

What leather maintenance products do you use for your expensive leather? What’s good, what isn’t? We make it easy for you and show you what we use.

Microfiber Image from https://www.flickr.com/photos/artbystevejohnson/4776039058
Microfiber Image from https://www.flickr.com/photos/artbystevejohnson/4776039058

Clean Your MicroFiber Furniture the Right Way

Cleaning MicroFiber furniture can pose some problems when you do it yourself. You may even have cleaned your furniture and it seems like the stain just got bigger?  Here’s how to fix that.

Just leave the furniture cleaning to us. :-)
We’ll do it for you if the idea of the hard work of cleaning your couch doesn’t appeal to you.

DIY Leather Furniture Care and Cleaning

March 28th, 2015|Comments Off on DIY Leather Furniture Care and Cleaning

Most of us don’t know enough about leather furniture care – how often should you clean it? What do you use? Can you damage the leather by cleaning it with the wrong thing? Click here to find out what to do – and what not to do!