Leather Upholstery Cleaning

Leather Upholstery Cleaning

Whether you have kids or pets, play host to friends or family, or you simply prefer staying at home, you know well enough that your leather upholstery furniture is getting quite a workout. Dust, pollen, germs, food crumbs, blemishes and stains just cannot be avoided. However, you don’t have to live with dirty furniture. Allow us to help by providing you with leather upholstery cleaning that extends the life of your beloved furniture, is completely safe and healthy for children and pets.

Leather upholstery cleaning services are effective at removing surface soiling. Depending on type, condition, and use conditions, we can formulate a plan to treat your leather with the best care possible.

With the wear and tear that your furniture experiences, spills are inevitable. After cleaning, we are able to apply a protectant to your furniture to penetrate the leather and create a protective barrier to resist any sort of soiling and make future cleanings more effective, ensuring that your furniture looks beautiful year after year.

Protect Package

  • Remove soiling from leather
  • Apply Fiber ProTector to leather to resist soiling and make future cleanings more effective
  • Anti-static and bacteriostatic effect work to ensure a health home environment

Is there anyone at home that suffers from allergies or asthma? Are children who love to roll and play around on the carpet present? Worried about all the bacteria that they may inhale? The softest furnishings found in couches and chairs are perfectly beneficial, acting as gigantic filers that absorb and collecting common allergens and germs. But, similar to an air filter, they must be properly cleaned to remain most effective at trapping particulates as they settle from the air. Not to worry, we will use our excellent products to serve you and your family, ensuring that you will get to have the best service performed.

Buy New Leather Furniture or Repair?

If your first leather couch is already showing a few signs of wear and tear, you’re probably wondering if it’s time to replace it or just have it repaired. To help you decide the course of action to take, answering these four questions can help you out:

Is it real leather or not?

This is one of the most important questions to ask regarding leather furniture. After all, there are two main kinds of leather out in the market—genuine leather and bonded leather. The difference between these two lie in how they’re made.

Genuine leather is made out of whole animal hide. Meanwhile, as the name suggests, bonded leather is made out of scrap pieces of leather that’s been reconstituted into an entire piece. In terms of value alone, genuine leather is more valuable and even durable; hence, it’s worth keeping.

Is it damaged or just dirty?

Some homeowners may mistake years of grime and dirt for damage. If it’s just hard-to-remove dirt you’re having a problem with, call a professional upholstery cleaner first. They have the right equipment and knowledge to deal with these stains. Besides, cleaning is generally less expensive than buying a new set—especially if you’re thinking of getting genuine leather.

How bad is the damage?

Some kinds of damage are irreparable. Huge tears on your couch, for example, cannot be remedied by just sticking it together with glue and hoping it holds. For these kinds of damage, a re-upholstery is already needed; and if you have a bonded leather couch, it may not be worth the cost.

However, for scratches on genuine leather, this is not much of a problem. Most manufacturers of leather-topped furniture have repair kits available for this exact purpose. There are also DIY methods that you can employ to take care of the scratch.

How much will it cost?

Of course, this is a big consideration, especially if you are working within a budget. If having furniture repaired is more expensive than getting a new set, then by all means, just buy. However, keep in mind that if you do decide to buy new pieces, you can get something that’s of good quality that may last a long time.

Meanwhile, if dirt was the only problem all along, then contact Pettyjohn’s. We offer thorough upholstery cleaning for Raleigh. Chapel Hill, and the Triangle areas of North Carolina. Call us at 919-556-4641 now for our immediate 24/7 response.

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