Oxfordshire Leather Cleaning

How we clean leather

There are a number of different types of leather, all of which need different cleaning techniques applied. The most common form of leather upholstery is pigmented leather. Whilst this can be easily maintained, general soiling will build up over time and can be difficult to remove without damaging the leather.

After a thorough vacuum and testing, the leather is carefully hand cleaned using a combination of sponges and gentle brushes to remove the stubborn soiling within the grain of the leather. If any marks remain after the clean, then stain removals are carried out. A protective cream is then applied which re-nourishes the leather and forms a protective barrier against grease and stains.

All jobs vary so we are happy to come and cost up your specific cleaning needs. Our quotes carry no obligation.

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