When it comes to leather (or suede especially), any type of spot, spill or discoloration is extremely difficult to clean, remove or even reduce in intensity. The type of leather, the way it has been tanned, finished, and dyed, all affect its care and ability to be cleaned.
Generally speaking, oil is the worst of the culprits as far as difficulty of leather cleaning is concerned, followed by liquid and water stains and then paint. Oils, even when stripped out and then dyed over are often capable of coming back to the surface in a year or two after leather cleaning (hair oil is the biggest problem in this area).
We have specific chemicals, tools, supplies and procedures to deal with every type of problem that leather cleaning can solve. With leather cleaning, our best technique is to have you bring the worst cushion to our plant first for testing (some cushions are attached so other steps have to be taken).
Just like with area rugs, we always consider costs versus value for leather cleaning when something involved is apparent.
- Stain removal or reduction of stains
- Leather Repair (Even slashes, cuts, deep cat scratches can be repaired without anyone knowing that it has been repaired.)
- Re-dyeing just partial leather areas that are damaged or faded
- Complete re-dyeing of leather to original color or a new color
- Odor work that is either an improvement or complete removal
Questions or Concerns?
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