Leather cleaning Tunbridge deep cleaned this aniline sofa.
This was done using leather cleaner and a lint free cloth. The sofa was wiped down in order to remove any dirt in the pores of the leather. Next the technician uses leather prep and another lint free cloth. This is used to wipe over the sofa removing the manufacturers coating and any debris left on the sofa. Once the sofa has been cleaned sufficiently the technician begins to apply thin layers of colour. This is done using an air compressor.
Several thin layers of colour are applied to the sofas building up to ensure that all areas of colour loss are restored. Each layer is dried with a hairdryer allowing the colour to sink into the leather.
The technician then applies the final layer onto the sofa. This is of the lacquer which is used to seal the repair. After the restoration has been completed the sofas need 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 sofa should then not be used for approximately 48 hours depending on how much colour is applied during the restoration.
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