LEATHER CLEANING

Leather Cleaning

Our business Cleaning Contractors NI Floor and Carpet Care Specialist in Coleraine offer the best leather cleaning services on the North Coast of Northern Ireland.

Often our services are used by both domestic and commercial clients. Due to many years of experience, we know how to deal with the different requirements and needs of our customers.

Most leather cleaning products on the market are not meant to clean leather furniture and can break down your furniture’s finish, causing the leather to crack or stain. Don’t spend hundreds on leather furniture cleaning supplies or leather furniture restoration kits. Allow us to bring our high-quality products into your home or office and clean and restore your leather sofas, couches, recliners, and chairs the right way!

Like our human skin, leather needs to be cleaned and maintained on a regular basis to keep it’s good appearance and softness. With our unique process, we will get rid of signs of neglect and old age. The grease and grime that has accumulated on the leather will be gone; leaving it looking like new! In order to properly clean the leather, we apply a cleaning solution that will clean, feed, and protect your leather and get it smelling good and looking fresh again. This work is carried out by hand to ensure your valuable leather furniture is brought back to life and as close to a new condition as possible.

TIPS TO KEEP YOUR LEATHER FURNITURE LOOKING GOOD

Leather CareEven after we’ve worked hard to refinish your leather furniture, there’s still more work to be done in the way of protecting it.

Here are a few simple tips to keep it looking great:

Wipe down your furniture with a damp cloth 1-2 times per week.
If you experience a mild stain, scratch or scuff, use soap and water first. Dip a clean washcloth in warm soapy water and use it to wipe away the unwanted mark, If this is not working we recommended using a professional product like one from our shop.

Avoid testing different cleaning products or repairing kit from supermarkets, as they may make the issue worse.

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