Leather cleaning is a very specialised art, and you most certainly want to hire someone who knows how to clean various kinds of leather and finishes. The experts at our company will bring their years of experience in the Sunshine Coast area to you.
Since leather is usually more expensive than regular fabric, you want to go to greater lengths to protect it. Did you know some leather cleaning kits that you can buy in the store can actually harm, rather than help, your leather? Those store-bought kits may leave your leather looking better in the short term, but they can break down the finish, which could lead to drying and cracking. That’s where we come in.
Household leather cleaning kits often are made with solvents, silicone and lubricants. Over time, they can damage and dry out your leather. The products we use moisturize and protect your leather, which helps keep it soft and supple for years to come without any detrimental side effects.
Knowing the latest and greatest leather cleaning methods is key when you are searching for a professional to do the job. Our experts attend six to eight weeks of initial training, during which they learn about the various types of leather used in furniture, as well the best methods for cleaning and restoring it. Between that and our alliance with some of the top companies in the leather furniture industry, we are the best choice to know how to care for your prized investment.
For instance, some leather is pigmented, which means dirt and soil remain on the surface; other types of leather, such as suede and Nubuck tend to absorb stains. If you use the wrong leather cleaning method, you can easily ruin your furniture. We will identify the leather in your home and use the correct methods for getting it looking its best.
It is recommended by manufacturers that you clean your leather every six to 12 months, depending on use. Most leather is absorbent by nature, so if you use your furnishings on a daily basis, a professional leather cleaning should be part of your maintenance routine. Oil, perspiration and acids found on the body transfer to the leather and can cause staining and serious damage. And don’t forget atmospheric oils, which could include cooking oils that get absorbed into the air and can be deposited on your leather, as well as the dirt tracked in from outside by you, your pets and your children.