Leather Cleaning With Oustanding Results
Leather Cleaning of furniture is one of our lesser known Gold Coast services. When leather couches get dirty, the process happens gradually. Over time your expensive investment may become a bit less shiny and sometimes even quite dull.
When using leather cleaning products, care and attention to detail are crucial. Not all products are suitable and the types of leather furniture can be quite varied. It is never a bad idea to read the care label or contact your retailer to get the appropriate leather care instructions before attempting to clean your couches.
Chem-Dry On The Coast provides 20 years of local knowledge and experience when it comes to leather cleaning. Let us restore your furniture back to life with our leather cleaner Gold Coast.
We Clean & Maintain Leather Upholstery
Over time, body oils, perspiration, skin acids and regular wear and tear can diminish the appearance of leather furniture, leaving dark spots or stains.
- 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.
Our specialist leather restoration technicians are trained to identify your leather types. They will use cleaning solutions that are appropriate for your specific leather upholstery. Once the cleaning process is complete, we will condition the leather to protect against future soiling and stains. Trust us if we tell you that the difference can be quite amazing.