Leather Furniture Cleaning & Repair
This particular area of our business (leather repair and cleaning) gets the most word-of-mouth referrals. That is because Grant is especially good at color matching.
Color matching is an art. Often, on the more elegant, expensive leathers, there’s more than one color involved to capture the texture and character of the grain and vibrancy.
A Partial List of Damages We Fix
- Fading from sun or cleaning chemicals
- Cuts and scratches
- Tears or holes from something in a pocket
- Scuffs, abrasions, and cracking
- Pet chewed corners, scratches
- Cigarette Burns
- Moving damage
Maybe you’ve had a spill that discolored your beautiful leather and it needs to be cleaned up. Or worse – you’ve noticed that over time, the headrest and/or armrests have either lightened up or gotten noticeably darker. All of the following can be handled:
- Body oils and skin or hair products
- Artistic children with ink pens or markers
- Pet urine, vomit, or worse
- Greasy food stains
- Stains from beverages like wine, soda, & coffee
- Water damage
- Smoke damage
Every Stain is Different
Not only is every stain different, every piece, type, and grade of leather is different, also. Each requires it’s own customized solution. You need your furniture in the hands of an expert.
Let our in-home services clean and restore your leather furniture. Our superb on-site color matching technology makes scratches virtually disappear. We’ll bring back the beauty and comfort you intended when you bought the furniture in the first place!
Restore Your Investment
Bring back the beauty and comfort you intended when you decided to take your furniture home. Remember that first day when you stood back with your favorite cup and admired how beautiful your living room looked?
Your leather furniture’s future is important, too. As part of our service, we’ll give you inside information on cleaning and maintaining your furniture. You’ll know what products are best for you. (See our DYI page on how to care for your leather.)
You can see Grant here, talking about how to care for your leather, plus examples, on NPI iTV.