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You have that one spot in the house that’s all yours. It’s an escape – it’s the highlight of the entire living room. You placed your leather chair at the perfect angle to the TV. After all that time spent on that chair/couch, you need to care for it with the same amount of love.

Give your leather some love by caring and cleaning it the right way. Here’s a guide to show you just how to accomplish just that.

First, Use a Clean Cloth to Get Rid of Spills and Stains

If it just happened, act quickly! Luckily, leather is a natural fabric so it’s relatively easy to clean up (and ages well when taken care of).

To clean up a small spill, simply take a clean, damp rag and wipe the affected area clean.

You don’t need to use chemical-based products! Products that contain detergents can actually damage your leather instead of cleaning up the spills you intended, causing long term damages to ensue instead of a short term solution. Using a lot of soap won’t do you any good either.

Restoring Leather Furniture

Throughout the lifetime of your leather furniture it is bound to get a couple nicks and scrapes along the way. Our Chem-Dry Certified Technicians are well-trained to address just these problems with leather furniture. We take time to inspect your leather furniture and apply special pigmentation that matches perfectly with your furniture’s original tan. We can also revitalize the color of sensitive aniline leathers.

Clean and Good-Looking Leather (The Chem-Dry Way)

When was the last time your leather cushions received a professional cleaning? While your leather furniture will have an impressive life span, it’s up to you to make sure it continues to look good throughout its lifespan. Marks and scratches can make your leather look sadder and sadder as time passes.

Delta Chem-Dry offers a gently approach to cleaning your leather, while giving it all the vibrancy and shine you expect to be restored. We can help you clean and protect your furniture.