• Avoid a Rip-off. Know the Difference Made by a Certified Leather Cleaning Service

    How to spot the real deal when it comes to professional leather cleaning services.

    Leather furniture is dreamy. It’s soft and comfortable and durable – and it’s an investment. When you care for your leather furniture, it’s important to have it professionally cleaned. But it’s also important to be able to tell if you’re being sold a corner-cutting bill of goods, or if it’s the real deal.
    Avoid a Rip-off. Know the Difference Made by a Certified Leather Cleaning Service
    Here’s how to tell if you’re working with a certified leather cleaning service.

    The Equipment

    If your leather cleaning service professionals clean your carpet and then try to use the same cleaning equipment on your leather furniture, make them stop! This is not something that a certified leather cleaning service would ever do. Special products, gentle cleaners, and specialized tools should be used to clean your leather furniture. Carpet, after all, is usually made from natural or synthetic fibers, whereas your leather furniture is made from animal skin. They shouldn’t use the same cleaners.

    The Process

    If the so-called leather cleaner comes at your leather furniture with a one-size-fits-all approach, they are probably not the professionals you want. A certified leather cleaning service will start with an evaluation of your leather furniture and will identify any special cleaning needs based on a piece-by-piece assessment. Each piece of leather is one-of-a-kind, and so is each piece of leather furniture. A certified professional knows this and will act accordingly when taking care of your furniture.

    Don’t let the wrong people get their hands on your leather furniture. It could end up doing more harm than good. Trust the certified leather cleaning experts at Whitehall Carpet Cleaners to treat your leather furniture the right way. Call 803-732-3200 today for a free estimate.

    By: Matt Lashway Wednesday, July 30, 2014
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