Leather Upholstery Cleaning & Protection Procedure

Leather Upholstery Cleaning & Protection Procedure

Leather upholstery can keep up with your house furnishing needs nearly forever provided that you give it the perfect measure of care and upkeep. Suppose you are looking to get the most value for your money. In that case, you’ll need the help of a certified professional leather cleaning and restoration company to clean and protect your leather upholstery to keep it gleaming and spic and span. The best possible strategy for keeping you leather upholstery usable for as long as possible, you’ll need to keep it far from the sun as possible, since strong sunlight can damage the color and the texture of your leather furniture in a matter of days, from discoloration to blurring of the surface of the furniture. Once your leather furniture is restored, and the appropriate protection measures have been applied, it will keep going for quite a long time with ordinary upkeep. The steps we employ to clean and protect your leather upholstery is as follows:

Vacuuming:Our cleaners start the process by vacuuming the leather furniture to eliminate any particles and crumbs of food on the surface. They then dust it, if necessary, so that they remove any lingering dirt that has been left behind after the vacuuming process. Since the leather upholstery surface is not as porous and uneven as fabric surface upholstery, it is easier to clean. If the couch cushions can be removed, the cleaners vacuum the undersides. Leather recliners tend to accumulate dirt particles in the crevices where the bottom reclines. It is important to get all these tough to get spots rid of these dirt particles.

Stain Removal: The cleaners then make a diluted solution using water and cleaning agents to mix to create the ideal cleaning solution for that particular type of leather surface. They then dampen a fine cloth and rub it in small circles around the stains until they are buffed.

Drying: Since water tends to weaken leather if it is left to dry on its own, drying of the leather surface is an important step. This is done using a soft dry fabric with which the couch is dried from top to bottom.

Conditioning: After the couch has been cleaned and dried, the cleaners make sure that they have wiped away any excess cleaner left behind before proceeding to condition the couch. Conditioning is great for the leather because they contain healthy oils that make your furniture look fresh, smell phenomenal, and stay moisturized.