Keep your leather furniture looking showroom-worthy with our leather cleaning and restoration services. Over time and with use, your leather furniture can end up looking ‘worn’ or ‘ratty’ from the body oils and sweat left behind after we sit on it. Simply wiping furniture with a cloth won’t help either, or in some cases, can make it worse! All our furniture leather cleaning technicians are able to correctly identify your leather, clean it using the right treatments, and if needed, restore it back to its original glory.
Leather furniture, panelling, and accessories on boats are exposed to rough marine condition such as the strong Australian sun, harsh sea water, and in some cases rapid changes in temperature. And with a boat being a major investment of time and money, plus and understandable source of pride, it only makes sense that you’d want to make sure it’s properly cared for. The good news is that you can avoid unsightly cracking in your leather with regular cleaning and conditioning. And even better, our experienced marine leather cleaning technicians can do it all for you. So you can spend more time on the water enjoying your boat, and less time maintaining it.
Leather inside airplanes and helicopters can be subject to a variety of harsh environmental conditions, which can cause quick drying and cracking in your leather. It’salso prone to superficial damage from passengers and cargo. Because of the heavy demands of aircraft leather, plus the regulated nature of the industry, it’s understandable that aircraft leather is expensive to buy and install. Which is why our aircraft leather cleaning technicians are able to ensure your leather stays pliable for long-lasting performance and looks great too by removing stains, abrasions, and scuff marks. This means you can avoid expensive refit costs and can instead simply restore your interiors on site while your plane is already grounded for regular maintenance.
Car leather, while hard-wearing, still needs proper cleaning and conditioning if you want it looking its best and feeling soft and supple to the touch. Leather car interiors are notorious for cracking and discoloration thanks to the heavy use and the often-high temperatures the inside of your car can reach. And, if you want a good resale price for your vehicle, it’s even more important to ensure these problems never happen, or, if they do, that they’re restored properly so it looks good as new. Our automotive leather cleaning technicians are experts at properly cleaning and restoring luxury leather interiors in a range of cars and we’re also able to match colours perfectly.
FACT: You Can’t Protect or Restore
Leather Without Cleaning It First
The colour for most leather is in fact painted on and sealed with a ‘seal coat’. Over time, dirt and oils eat through this seal coat and can strip colour and damage the leather underneath. Before any work is carried out, you need to properly clean the seal coat first, otherwise you’re simply spreading dirt, grime, and oils even further. Which is why at Leather Clean, we have a 2-Step Leather Guard Process which gently cleans your seal coat before we then add a second protective cream.
Leather Clean has developed our very own, hand-made organic cleaning solution.
With carefully selected additives chosen to create a gentle, yet thoroughly cleaning solution, it’s also:
Raja Devine, one of the ‘original masters’ of Australian leather cleaning, quickly became known throughout Sydney for the masterful restoration work she was capable of. Key to this success was her ability to accurately create colours from scratch which faithfully matched the existing leather, known as tinting.
This made for flawless restoration work which left clients astounded it wasn’t in fact new leather they were looking at. Since then, Raja has continued providing amazing leather cleaning and restoration services to the residents of Sydney, and trains other leather cleaning technicians in her methods.
We understand that body oils have the biggest potential for causing damage to your leather, and it’s why we try to understand your lifestyle, such as how often your leather is used, and even your dietary and medication needs, to choose the best cleaning option available. We don’t guess, and we don’t treat any leather like it’s the same.
“People often think they are adequately cleaning leather by simply wiping it with a cloth… typically the same cloth from the kitchen. But this just builds a layer of grime, rather than remove it.”
Don’t Just Take Our Word For It
Here’s what others in Sydney have had to say about using our leather cleaning and restoration services.
“We have a boat we take out on the weekends and the interior cabin was looking a bit dated. We considered re-fitting it but found Leather Clean first and thought we’d try them. All the cracking and discolouration has disappeared and it looks as if we’ve got all new leather inside. Saved thousands and I feel good about keeping the old leather now, as it’s really soft. We’ll definitely have Leather Clean come out regularly to keep it maintained… I feel like we’ve got a new boat!”
“I thought our sofa in the living room was beyond help—but Leather Clean made it look brand new again. It saved me having to pay another couple of grand, so the husband and I are as happy as can be!
It was super convenient that they came to us because the sofa would’ve been quite a hassle getting down the stairs and into the car.”
“I was selling my car and wanted the best price, so I got Raja and her team to restore the leather interiors, steering wheel, and gear stick. It looked like a car straight from the dealership when it was finished. They completely fixed the scuffs on the steering wheel! I couldn’t believe it and I’m so glad I got Leather Clean’s help.”
“I have 3 young kids and they’re always getting the leather dining tables and our couch dirty. The dog sometimes accidently scratches the couch too when he gets excited. The team at Leather Clean came to our home and fixed all 6 of our dining tables plus cleaned and restored our couch in the one day. Our couch is black, and I was worried it would be obvious it was ‘fixed’, but I can’t even tell where the marks originally were. I’m impressed.”
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