Fabric and Leather Upholstery Cleaning

We have a network of over 50 stain removal and cleaning technicians all over the UK, with a combined 450+ years of experience, so you can be confident that your fabric and leather upholstery is in safe hands.

Whether you've spilled a glass of wine, or you think your sofa deserves some TLC, we've got it covered. Our upholstery cleaning experts use industry leading techniques, tools and products, attending regular training to update their skills.

Furniture manufacturers and retailers recommend you have your furniture professionally cleaned every 18-24 months to keep it looking its best and lasting longer. 

It's said that the average family sofa contains more bacteria than a toilet seat, but our technicians can get your family furniture back to looking, smelling and feeling fresh and hygienic again.

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Fabric and Leather Upholstery

There are so many types of fabric and leather upholstery out there, it can make it so hard to know which one is best for you. Below are the most common types of fabric and leather to help you choose and get to know your furniture.

Synthetic Fibre

Manmade chemically produced fibres; common examples are nylon and polyester. Favoured for their durability and resilience. They’re often easy to clean and resistant to staining.

Natural Fibre

Made from plants and animals - cotton, silk, and wool are often softer and luxurious than their synthetic counterparts. However natural fabric is prone to staining and requires lots of care to maintain its longevity.

Acrylic

Soft, warm and wool-like. Acrylic is less expensive to produce than wool but it has many of the same qualities. It's generally hypoallergenic and resistant to fading when exposed to direct sunlight.

Aniline Leather

One of the most natural looking leathers available but also one of the most vulnerable as it has no finish and is easily stained. It shows the surface grain leaving it soft and natural.

Semi-Aniline

With a thin topcoat dye, it’s more resilient than aniline against soiling and staining with minimal surface enhancement. A great combination, it retains the natural look and softness of the leather.

Full Finish

The leather is buffed to hide any scarring or blemishes and coated with pigments and a grain pattern. This gives it a uniform appearance and resistance to marks. Perfect for families.

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