• What Is the Process for Leather Cleaning?

    Take time to consider the specialty cleaning needs of your leather furniture.

    Cleaning a leather couch

    Do you enlist professional help for the specialty cleaning of your leather furniture and upholstery? While wiping it down, cleaning up spills, and keeping it dust free is important to giving it a long life, regular professional cleaning is also a good idea. It will keep it looking fresh and like new. Here’s the process for leather cleaning:

    Inspection and Evaluation

    The first thing a reliable professional will do before doing any cleaning is to inspect the leather and do a thorough evaluation. It’s important to look for anything about the leather that creates special cleaning needs. It also gives them a chance to provide you with an estimate before the process begins.

    Cleaning

    Once the furniture and upholstery has been evaluated, the cleaning process begins. It’s critical that the right products, tools, and cleaners are used on your leather. If not, it can damage the material.

    The cleaning process will remove surface dirt and stains and also remove dirt and dust that has gotten beneath the surface. The results will be a clean surface while also returning the luster to like-new condition.

    Protecting

    The final step in the leather cleaning process is to protect the leather itself. With special tools and products, the surface can be polished and protected to help restore it and prevent future damage. This helps prolong the life of your furniture and upholstery.

    It’s important not to skip dusting and regular maintenance of your leather furniture, but it’s also important to have regular cleaning done to keep it looking good and to keep the upholstery in sturdy condition for years to come.

    To make an appointment for specialty cleaning of your leather furniture, contact the team at Whitehall Carpet Cleaners by calling 803-732-3200 or by clicking here.

    By: Matt Lashway Wednesday, September 16, 2015
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