Leather Chair Cleaning Hints

Posted on Feb 20 2012 at 08:05:37 AM in House & Garden

Cleaning and dealing with stains on leather is hard, especially when the piece of furniture you are dealing with is expensive and luxurious. However, with some simple cleaning tips, this job can be easier and simpler. This way the durability of the leather will be protected, its nice look will be maintained for longer and therefore your money (being sort of an investment in such an expensive furniture) will reward you better.

Professional cleaning services London companies recommend for the leather chairs to be dusted once every week. This way the bad effect of the dust will be smaller and less significant.

Vacuum cleaning the chair is another thing you can do. Once a month is the minimum for this procedure to be performed. This will guarantee you that you will get rid of any germs and bacteria and pieces of dust which are there on the chair.

Protect the chair from liquids by blotting any spills as fast as possible. Other wise the colour and the material itself will be harmed. Any kitchen or paper cloth will do the job just perfect.

Try to use soap and dish washing detergent as rare as possible. The leather is pretty well stain resistant so simple clean cloth or a bit damped one will clean the chair well enough. However, if there is a spot that you need to remove but you find that significantly difficult find a special cleaning solution designed for leather cleaning and use that.

However, if you want to be sure that the job will be done properly, simply hire professional cleaning services for the job. There are many companies who offer these and most of them are pretty easy to find on the internet. The prices they offer are pretty good so you should not be afraid that you will not be able to afford them.

So, here is how to deal with stains and smells that may appear on your leather upholstered chair and furniture.

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Author: lisaheader
Created: Feb 20 2012 at 08:05:37 AM
Updated: Feb 20 2012 at 08:05:37 AM
Category: House & Garden
Language: English