Leather Upholstery CleaningThe Premier Leather Cleaners in Charleston, North Charleston, Summerville, Mt. Pleasant, and Myrtle Beach, SC.
A helpful thing to know…
Do-it-yourself projects have become increasingly popular in recent years. Although this is great, it is only good if you know enough about the things you’re working with to accomplish your task in a safe manner. With a wide variety of leather cleaning and protective products out there, you might think you could just pick one and get it done yourself. However, not all of these products are safe for your leather. Some of these products can look like they do wonders in the short-term until some time has passed by and your leather looks worse than before. We’re pretty sure you want clean leather, which lasts as long as it should, while also getting it at a reasonable cost and time frame. You might not have the time to become an expert on leather to know what products are safe and how to use them properly. Fortunately for you, Chem-Dry’s experts have conceived cleaning products and a process to meet all those needs.
With 40 years of experience, you can trust Chem-Dry to know just about everything necessary to care for your furniture. The products that we have developed help to clean and revitalize the unavoidable scuffs, scratches, and fading that come with the use of your leather furniture. Cleanings from a leather specialist every 6-12 months can help guard against distress and maintain the health of your leather upholstery.
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What Causes Leather Degradation?
- Oils: The oils naturally secreted by humans and animals deposit on leather and can lead to considerable damage done to the protective coatings on your leather couches and chairs. These oils are unavoidable and can be the biggest contributor to premature wear on leather; therefore, leather upholstery must be treated to maintain its health.
- Airborne Soils: Dust can gather on any surface., Even after a single week has passed, you can see a thin layer of dust that has settled. Also, some airborne cooking oils and pollutants can also end up in deposits on your leather furniture.
- Common Soils: Common dirt, sand, and many other things can find their way into your home. Sand being particularly harsh on leather surfaces. Introduced into the home all entrants, these soils adhere to the leather risk more harm to the upholstery.
- Dyes & Inks: Even some dyes from clothing and newspapers can shift from your clothing, one example being denim, onto leather as well. Also, ink from a leaky pen or from your toddler artist is quite dangerous to leather.
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Taking Care of Your Furniture…
You should consistently dust and vacuum your furniture retain good leather health. Between professional cleanings, use Chem-Dry Soft Cleaner to keep hostile contaminants from damaging the leather, and rejuvenate the protective coating with Chem-Dry Protection Cream to maintain it. You can find both in the Chem-Dry Home Leather Care Kit. Ask us more about it.