Backed with our chemical partners from the UK and Germany, the detergents used to clean leather products
are of the best quality and gentle to the human body. Each leather product is treated and handled with care
from the moment it is being dropped off.
Depending on the type of leather (I.E. Suede, Aniline, Bicast, Nubuck and etc), we will advise the suitable
cleaning method. Each different kind of leather needs to be treated differently and cared for in order to
prevent any damages.
All our leather cleaning are process manually by hand. Following are some information on leathers which could give
a better understanding on leather care.
Aniline Leather: A very exclusive type of leather. The leather is dyed
in a dye bath and no pigmented coating is applied, allowing the leather to breathe naturally showing all its own
unique markings and shade variations. Because of this, no two aniline leathers are the same. Because the leather
contains no protective coating it is very absorbent and so is prone to staining and fading. You can identify Aniline
leather by its very soft and natural texture.
Semi Aniline Leather: Similar to aniline but with the added advantage of a protective
coating to help resist stains. Scratch marks may still be visible but not to the extent of an aniline leather.
Pigmented Leather: This type of leather is coated with pigmented spray giving the leather a
covering of colour with no shade variations. Sometimes known as corrected grain leather, this is when an artificial
grain pattern is embossed into the hide. This kind of leather are usually very durable and very easy to clean.
Bi-Cast Leather: This leather has a polyurethane film bonded to the surface creating a very hard wearing and easy
clean leather however the leather will not have a natural look and feel as the layer of protective hides the natural
surface of the leather.
Pull Up Leather: A natural type of leather that is designed to distress as it ages because the colour lightens
when stretched or scratched giving it a very seasoned look and feel. Stains on this kind of leather are usually very difficult
NuBuck Leather: Leathers that are buffed grain side to create a velvety surface. This kind of leather feels very soft however
cleaning any stains will be difficult without the right treatment and procedure.
Suede Leather: This is the split hide buffed to create a nap. Suede will always
have a much rougher texture, more like a carpet pile, whereas NuBuck has a velvet texture. Both Suede and Nubuck are very
prone to stain and require special treatment when cleaning.
Beware of leather cleaning companies that claims leather could be cleaned using the dry clean method. This
will potentially damaged and dry up the leather under high heat.
Call us today to enquire more about our leather cleaning service. We also provice free pickup and delivery services for leather cleaning / restoration as part of our premium service.
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