Professional maintenance is vital to maintain the appearance and lifespan of your leather furniture.

A Restored Cream Leather Armchair

While leather sofas are naturally durable, they are prone to fading and picking up scuffs and scratches over time.

In addition to structural damage, dirt and oils can build up on the surface of leather, causing it to harbour stubborn soiling, which makes it look grubby and discoloured.

At Classic Leather Care, a typical restoration project involves removing ingrained soiling before repairing scuffs and scratches and re-colouring any faded areas to bring the leather back to new.

Leather restoration is a craft honed with years of experience and the accumulation of knowledge. We use professional-grade products not available to the general public and we are fully insured and only use safe, non-toxic materials.

As with maintaining any item of furniture, it is sensible to tackle any issues as they become apparent, and not let them worsen over time.

Scratches and scuffs that are dealt with promptly will cost less to repair and are less likely to develop into a sizeable tear.

A professional care and protection schedule will keep your leather in fantastic condition and looking its best for years to come.

And with the cost of furniture on the rise, it saves you money by avoiding the need to replace your furniture prematurely.

Professional leather restoration vs DIY

Repairing and restoring leather furniture is a skill that requires training and expertise.

While it can be tempting to try and fix the damage yourself, you may end up causing further issues that will be difficult to rectify. Harsh cleaning chemicals and clumsy repair jobs can leave your furniture looking worse than when you started.

Years of experience have enabled us to identify the causes of damage and choose the correct procedures that ensure a successful, lasting restoration.

If you’d like to discuss leather restoration in South Wales or Bristol, call us today on 07470 030411.

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