Leather furniture looks amazing and luxurious, but over time the leather of your furniture will fade, split, or get cracked exposing a lighter color beneath. To bring your leather furniture, you need to restore the leather of the furniture to its initial stage. The process is known as leather furniture restoration.
The leather furniture restoration process can change the color of the leather from light to dark. At Thousand Oaks Upholstery leather furniture restoration, we refinish all different types of leather ranging from top coated, aniline, and rough hide. We only restore genuine leather furniture and do not work on vinyl or bonded leather furniture. We have the right dyes and balms to restore your leather furniture to its original state. You will be amazed by how much money you can save by restoring your leather furniture instead of buying a new set.
The Leather Furniture Restoration Process
Before starting the leather furniture restoration process, all blankets, pillows, accessories, and pets are removed from the work area. After a light sanding of the furniture, the finishing is done by applying 2 to 3 light coats of professional leather dye. This is done for conditioning of the leather and for maximum protection. If the upholstery of the furniture is damaged or worn out, and it can’t be fixed or repaired, the damaged sections of the furniture are replaced with new leather or vinyl.
Call Thousand Oaks Upholstery now and get your leather furniture restored and save money today. Call our knowledgeable customer service team or one of your leather furniture restoration experts to give you a quote on how much it would cost to restore your leather furniture.
Thousand Oaks Upholstery of Thousand Oaks provides leather furniture restoration in the following service areas including; Westlake, Thousand Oaks, Bell Canyon, Calabasas, Calabasas Hills, Camarillo, Chatsworth, Encino, Hidden Hills, Hidden Valley, Lake Sherwood, Malibu, Malibu Lake, Moorpark, Newbury Park, Oak Park, Ojai, Oxnard, Pacific Palisades, Porter Ranch, Santa Rosa Valley, Thousand Oaks, Thousand Oaks, Topanga, Valley Village, West Hills, Thousand Oaks, Woodland Hills, Wood Ranch.