Most types of leather can be very successfully cleaned, the results are often dramatic and owners thrilled with the outcome. However, there are some leathers that are very tricky to deal with we have to be realistic about what’s practical.
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At TLC we will come out to inspect your leather, to determine exactly what it is and prescribe the correct method of cleaning or restoration needed to achieve the best result.
To help you understand a little about the different types of leather, read our guide, ‘The Nature of Leather’ shown below.
Did you realise it is possible to restore old, worn leather so that it looks virtually brand new again, giving it a new lease of life. All manner of challenging problems can be put right, saving you the owner, a fortune not having to pay for replacement. These include;
- Scuffs, burns and tears.
- Cat scratches.
- Ink and dye transfer.
- Grease marks.
- Dye fading.
- Colour loss (pigment damage.)
Furniture, Vehicle Interiors, Garments.
We can resolve problems not only with leather furniture but also classic and modern car interiors, handbags and leather jackets.
When you call TLC, we’ll arrange to visit your home to assess whether we can help and give you a written quotation, not a wishy washy estimate.
How Long Will My Repair Last?
We can never accurately answer this because we cannot predict the amount of wear any particular item is subjected to. Of course lightly used furniture will outlast a suite where children and pets impose heavy wear.
This is why all our work comes with a comprehensive 12 month 100% money back guarantee, the terms of which are quite simple. If you are dissatisfied in any way, we will return free of charge and carry out remedial work. If you are still unhappy, your money will be refunded without quibble, every penny.
Our leather restoration and cleaning service covers the following towns;
Bath, Bristol, Bradford on Avon, Corsham, Trowbridge, Warminster, Frome, Shepton Mallet, Wells, Glastonbury and the Mendip and Chew Valley areas.