Leather Cleaning

Professional Leather Cleaning Service

Anyone who has owned a leather couch can attest that they are an investment piece of furniture. Leather couches are both comfortable and stylish, but they are not cheap.

Leather, like our skin, requires regular cleaning and conditioning to stay “healthy” and look its best.

What is leather upholstery and why should it be cleaned regularly

Leather upholstery is a type of animal hide-based furniture covering. It is used on a wide range of furniture, including sofas, chairs, and ottomans. Leather is a long-lasting material, but it does require some exceptional care to keep it looking its best.

It is critical to clean leather upholstery on a regular basis to prevent dirt and grime from accumulating and causing permanent stains. Maintaining leather upholstery properly through regular cleaning and moisturizing can help it last for many years.

How to tell if your leather upholstery needs cleaning

When you observe any of these indicators, it is time to clean your leather furniture. For the best results, use a specialized leather cleaner that will not harm the leather’s delicate surface. Apply the cleaner according to the manufacturer’s instructions, then wipe away with a soft cloth. Finally, condition the leather to prevent further damage.

Benefits of upholstery cleaning by De Hygienique

De Hygienique leather upholstery cleaning process

1. Vacuuming

The cleaning process begins with a thorough vacuuming of the leather sofa set to remove dust and dirt particles trapped in between the creases before shampooing.

2. Shampooing

Using a soft brush or sponge, cleaning foam is applied to gently clean the leather upholstery. The shampoo is wiped off with a soft cloth, repeating until the sofa is thoroughly cleaned.

3. Moisturizing

A high-quality natural oil-based conditioning lotion is applied to keep the leather moisturized, preventing cracking or peeling.

Employee Cleaning Leather Sofa with machine

How often you should have your leather upholstery cleaned

Infographic: Factors that affect frequency of leather sofa cleaning

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Frequently Ask Questions

Yes. Leather furntitures can be cleaned either through delicate DIY processes, or more effectively, with the help of experienced professionals who utilises cleaning technologies.

There are a variety of leather cleaners and conditioners available. That said, the ideal and most effective way to have your leather sofas cleaned would be to leave it to the professionals.

You should avoid using baby wipes for your leather sofa at all cost. This is due to the existing chemicals and ingredients in baby wipes that usually cause leathers to peel and crack.

The safest way to clean your leather sofa is to use a damp cloth rinsed with water. There are some natural leather material that are sensitive to moisture. If unsure, you may call your furniture seller or leather cleaning professionals.

You may use a diluted solution of water and dishwashing detergent, dampened on a cloth to clean your leather sofa. But always check with your furniture seller if this cleaning method is safe for your leather sofa.

You may use a diluted solution of water and dishwashing detergent, dampened on a cloth to clean your leather sofa. But always check with your furniture seller if this cleaning method is safe for your leather sofa.

Ideally, you’re recommended to have your sofa professionally cleaned once or twice a year.

The best way to clean your leather sofa would be to engage the professionals who uses professional cleaning equipments and technologies to effectively disinfect and rid from stains.

You may use a mixed solution of water and vinegar, dampened on a cloth to clean your leather sofa. But always check with your furniture seller if this cleaning method is safe for your leather sofa.

Unlike fabric, leathers are durable and made to last for as long as decades, if given proper care and regular maintenance such as cleaning.

Yes, vinegar can be mixed with water, resulting in a solution that subsitutes as a leather cleaner. But always check with your furniture seller if this cleaning method is safe for your leather sofa.

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