Sofa Cleaning - Upminster Bridge RM12
Leather sofa sets are luxurious and valued and make a bold statement before your visitors. Leather couches and chairs are costly, especially furniture sets made of exotic leathers or designer pieces. Various kinds of leather call for different cleaning methods and we strongly urge our customers to avoid using homemade cleansers which can harm the leather and end up costing a lot of money. Instead, we can offer to our customers professional advice, technical expertise and top level professional leather sofa cleaning with no danger of mutilation or alteration involved.
Trust the experts at Prolux Carpet Cleaning in Upminster Bridge RM12to take care of your favorite leather living room set. Our top-notch upholstery cleaning service will eradicate spots, odors, and allergens while protecting and conditioning the valuable leather of your furniture. We are going to completely brighten up the color and the luster of your favorite leather furniture. With the help of our professional maintenance the useful life your living room set is prolonged and you will avoid high replacement costs. Your leather sofa and armchairs will be once again pleasing to look at as they add style and class to your interior.
Our sofa cleaning protocol follows these steps:
- The couch and other furniture are cleaned with a vacuum cleaner on all sides for removal of all hard particles, lint and dust stuck in between creases and under the cushions.
- Before we begin work we will test on a tiny sample of the leather to make sure its structure and color will withstand the procedure.Because different leather manufacturers use different processing technologies and substances, it is vitally important to utilize proper cleaning methods for your furniture. Our expert technicians are going to select the best and most efficient way to clean your sofa.
- The leather surface is then spot treated and blotted with a special agent and a clean cloth.
- We check your leather furniture for stains, odors, mold, and dust.
- We inspect the finished work for any omissions or imperfections before calling the job done.