Leather furniture is slow to damage, but it is vulnerable to many different sources of damage. Caring for your leather furniture can prevent the worst of it, but it’s difficult to be constantly vigilant, and it can be difficult to know where to start looking after your leather furniture. Continue reading “Why Do Leather Furniture Crack? Leather Cleaning Professionals Explain”
Water is one of the most damaging substances for fine leather and leather furniture often suffers accidental damage such as ring marks from damp glasses and splashes from spilt drinks. Moisture damage causes the colour to fade and may leave a moisture stain. Water damage also weakens leather: it dissolves its natural oils and they rise to the surface and evaporate, leaving the leather dry and cracked. Continue reading “Simple Leather Restoration Steps for Water Damaged Leather Furniture”
Leather furniture is hardwearing but leather can become cracked, faded and worn if it is not given the correct care. When carrying out leather cleaning or restoration on their furniture furniture, some people turn to the internet for ideas and some of the home remedy advice they find there can only make matters worse.
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Is Leather Self-Maintaining?
A large population of home and business owners is misled to believe that leather cleaning is not necessary. Well, leather is not self-maintaining. When using the same piece of furniture every day, it may not be easy to notice signs of ageing and wear. One principal benefit of leather is that it is more durable than other materials. The durability, however, can be improved with adequate maintenance and care.
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