Upholstery and Leather Cleaning
Since you don't walk on your upholstery with dirty shoes, you don't track the dirt and grime from outdoors onto your upholstered fabrics. So it is only natural that you also don't realize how heavily soiled your sofa, loveseat and chair can become.
Dead skin cells, oils, dust, and other contaminants collect on your upholstery, though, and will only be removed through a thorough professional cleaning. Only the highly trained professional service staff that we employ, utilizing Jersey's Elite Cleaning process, will have your upholstery sparkling clean, as well as dry and ready for use, in just hours instead of days.
Jersey's Elite Cleaning uses less water and leaves less moisture behind than any other process, minimizing drying time and reducing the chance of mold, mildew, and bacteria growth. Millions of tiny effervescent bubbles burst dirt and stains from your upholstery fabrics, lifting them to the surface where they are thoroughly extracted. Our safe, non–toxic solutions actually help your fabrics stay as clean as when they were new.
Various types of leather require different care processes.
- Aniline – Also known as natural, pure, naked or unprotected leather.
- Protected – Also known as finished semi–aniline, everyday, pigmented and painted leather.
- Nubuck – Also known as chaps, distressed, bomber and suede leather.
Protect Your InvestmentLeather, when properly maintained, will last four or five times longer than fabric or man–made fibers. Over time, body oils, perspiration, skin acids and other soils can work their way into the leather. Many cleaning products currently on the market are not appropriate for leather – and they may break down leather finishes, promoting dryness and cracking. Jersey's Elite Cleaning leather care products are safe and effective for leather and have been endorsed by more than 300 tanneries and manufacturers.
Why Should I Clean & Protect My Leather?
- Oils & Grease – Body oils from both humans and animals attach and hold on to leather. Body oils are easily transferred to the head cushions and armrests of the furniture and can cause serious damage to the protective finishes found on leather.
- Atmospheric Soils – Consider the dust that builds up on a coffee table or desk over a week's time. This same dust is being deposited on your leather. Additionally, consider the airborne cooking oils and atmospheric pollution that are present, to some degree, in every home. These elements can wear down leather over time.
- Common Soils – These soils include dirt tracked in from outside along with sand and fibers from plants, brought into the home by people and pets.
- Dyes and Inks – The inks from newspapers and dyes from denim can transfer onto leather in a process called dye transfer. Additionally, the risk of ink from a leaky pen or the aspiring toddler who loves to draw should not be forgotten.
How Often Should I Clean My Leather?
A regular cleaning schedule includes professional cleaning two times a year is recommended.
Between professional cleanings, you can maintain the health and beauty of your leather furniture by cleaning with Jersey's Elite Cleaning.
Call Us for Your Free Estimate!
Isn't it time you got your upholstery professionally cleaned? Call us now at (316) 214-1752 .