Leather cleaning Canterbury cleans and restores, this two seater sofa had dye transfer all over the seats. Our leather repairs technician arrived at the customers house. Firstly the technician cleans the sofa using leather cleaner and a lint free cloth. This removes the majority of the dye transfer on the sofa as well as the dirt on the sofa.
Next the technician preps the sofa with leather prep and another lint free cloth. This removes the manufacturers coating on the sofa and the remainder of dye transfer on it.
Once the sofa is cleaned the technician uses the air compressor to apply thin layers of colour to the sofa in order to restore the leather. This helps the sofa to look as good as new restoring the areas most affected by the dye transfer.
Once the technician has applied enough coats of colour and the sofa they then apply a layer of lacquer. Finally this layer of lacquer is applied. This is used to seal the repair.
After the repair has been completed the area needs to be left for at least 1 hour until it is dry enough to touch if the customer wishes to have a closer look at the repair however we do not recommend it if you can help it. The area should then not be used for approximately 48 hours depending on how much colour is applied during the repair and on how much damage there was to repair.
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