Leather Cleaning


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Leather Cleaning


1. Pre-Inspection
Our technician will perform special tests to determine the content of your fabric. The content will determine what type of cleaning solutions and techniques will be used. We will also point out any potential permanent stains or areas of concern.
2. Area Preparation
We will prepare the area where the upholstery will be cleaned to protect your surrounding furnishings.
3. Pre-Vacuum
All leather should be vacuumed thoroughly before cleaning. This step will remove dry soils and any loose particles from cracks and crevices.
4. Pre-spot
5. Clean
6. Re-moisture
7. Post Spot
8. Post Cleaning Inspection
Our technician will review the cleaning results with you to insure that your expectations have been met or exceeded.

Upon a thorough inspection, our certified technicians will determine the proper cleaning procedure for your specific needs. This process will provide a longer lasting beauty between cleanings. 

Re-moisture will prevent leather from cracking and is recommended to be done once a year.

From heavily soiled to light cleaning, our 8 step cleaning process is designed to restore your leather as close to its original condition as possible. We can clean all types of leather, even the most delicate.

Causes of Leather Damage


  •  As time passes by, leather dries more and more until it starts to "crack" that's why is recommended to be re-moisture after every cleaning appointment once a year
  • Oils and Grease : Body oils from both humans and animals attach and hold onto leather. Hair and hand oils are easily transferred to the head cushions and arm rests of the furniture and can cause serious damage to the protective finishes found on leather.
  • Atmospheric Soils : Consider the dust that builds up on a coffee table or desk over a week's time. This same dust is being deposited on your leather. In addition to this dust you add airborne cooking oils and atmospheric pollutants that are present, to some degree, in every home.
  • Common Soils : These soils include the common dirt from outside along with sand and fibers from plants. The fibers are brought in the home by adults, kids and pets and attach to the leather every time the furniture is used.
  • Dyes and Inks : The inks from newsprint in newspapers can readily be deposited on leather. Clothes such as denims can transfer dye onto leather in a process called dye transfer. The direct ink from a leaky pen or the aspiring toddler artist should not be forgotten.