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Many people purchase and use leather goods, but occasionally these items may suffer wear and damage from water stains, tears, and rips. If you have upholstery that needs to be repaired, consider using a kit. All-in-one kits are designed for the refurbishment of stains and faded colors. They are also used to fix tears or rips in couches, chairs and other furniture. They usually come with a compound that mimics the texture of the material. Colors compounds are included and are mixed so they can match the original color of the material. They also include tips and tricks for keeping goods made from this material in great shape. Whether you repair the leather yourself or hire a professional, there are several ways of preventing and cleaning damaged leather. Here are some key terms that are associated with this service.

  • Saddle Soap – This compound contains a mild soap and softening ingredients, like glycerin, lanolin or oil. It also contains beeswax that protects the material. Its name is derived from its original use, which was treating saddles and other horse tack. Now it is used for the treatment of boots, couches, car interiors and other items.
  • Dubbin – This is a special wax product that softens, treats, conditions and waterproofs this material. It consists of natural wax, tallow and oil. It can be used on sofas, purses and footwear.
  • Shoetree – When cleaning leather shoes, the shape of the shoe needs to be maintained. Many professionals use shoetrees when treating and waterproofing footwear. They are made from wood or plastic and are adjustable.
  • Mink Oil – This is a naturally derived product that comes from mink fat. It is used for treating and conditioning sofas, clothing, bags and other goods. Early mink traders shared this tip with other settlers.
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    Leather Medic
    5565 Lee St, Lehigh Acres, FL 33971
    Our leather repair experts specialize in leather goods repairing, leather cleaning and leather and tips and tricks. We are highly experienced with 20+ years in the leather industry.
    (239) 368-1375
    Look of Class Cleaners
    129 N 5th St, Fort Pierce, FL 34950
    (772) 464-7913
    60 Minute Cleaners
    1145 20th Pl, Vero Beach, FL 32960
    (772) 567-4387
    Chem-Dry of The Palm Beaches
    Jupiter, FL 33458
    (561) 747-5777
    Radiant Leather Care Inc
    1965 W 9th St, Riviera Beach, FL 33404
    (561) 494-0737
    Gulfstream Cleaners of Delray
    777 E Atlantic Ave Ste 123, Delray Beach, FL 33483
    (561) 276-6575
    Lrc Services Inc
    13091 Nw 43rd Ave Unit A6, Opa Locka, FL 33054
    (305) 769-2220


    Leather jackets, purses, auto upholstery and furniture all require cleaning. In your car or truck, salt from the road causes tough stains that also damage the material. Conditioning and preventative care are tasks you should be able to handle. Conditioning cream can keep a watch band, luggage or glove from cracking. For stubborn stains or damaged material, you need an expert. The experts will match the dye and replace damaged sections so that your item looks brand new. Some companies sell restoration or repair kits. The kits come with a number of dyes allowing you to correctly match the color of your couch, seat, shoes or handbag. A dry cleaner may work with coats and clothing. If the repair or stain removal job is small, these kits are cheaper than hiring a professional. They're worthwhile investments to reapir cracks or tears in jackets, auto upholstery, couches and purses. Body oils damage the surface of sofas. Keep pets off furnishings unless there is a blanket keeping them from touching the upholstery. You should do the same when sitting down. Three or four times a year, apply preventative creams to the surface. This prevents stains from occurring. If you own suede, use a stiff bristled brush to keep dust from damaging the material. With proper care, your leather furniture or items will last a lifetime. If you have a tough repair or cleaning job, don't try to do it yourself. Too many people end up having to replace the damaged product. You'll save money calling a professional.
     
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