Expert leather sofa cleaning in London

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Nothing feels like real leather...

…as long as you look after it. And despite its tough appearance, leather is just like everything else, you need to look after it. And while a leather sofa brings elegance and comfort in any household, it also requires acquaintance and care.


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Our leather sofa cleaning prices

Leather is probably one of the most precious materials to mankind, from boots to belt, it’s been used for many purposes, including chairs and sofas. And while a leather sofa brings elegance and comfort in any household, it also requires acquaintance and a great deal of care. If you think your leather sofa is in need of a little bit of TLC why don’t you call us so we can bring it back to its original glory?


  • Armchair £25
  • Leather Two Seater Sofa £60
  • Leather Three Seater Sofa £90
  • Leather Four or Five Seater Sofa £112
  • Armchair £25

Please note that in addition to your cleaning service price, Congestion/ ULEZ and parking charges may apply.

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Our leather sofa cleaning method

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We will assess the types of leather that need to be cleaned by sampling a small patch of the sofa (invisible to the naked eye) so we can select the right cleaning solution and avoid any damage or color discoloration.

Once we’ve identified the right cleaning agent we will hoover carefully the sofa to remove any dust or hard particles lodge in tiny crevasses which could damage the leather in the cleaning process.

Once vacuumed, the leather will be treated with a microfiber cloth and the special agent which we carefully selected as part of our initial assessment.

At the end of this process, your leather sofa should feel smooth, warm, and ready to spend your evening on!

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How Much Does Leather Sofa Cleaning Cost?

Prices will vary greatly and will depend mostly on how long it takes to clean and polish your sofa.

The longer it takes, the more it will cost.

In general, You should expect to pay around £25 to get an armchair cleaned and up to £112 for a Leather four or five-seater sofa (these prices are only indicative and not final).

How to Remove Dirt, Grime, and Stains from a Leather Sofa?

For the DIY enthusiasts, we have put together a 6 easy step to follow guide which will help you clean and rejuvenate your leather sofa:

  1. Remove Cushion & Throws
  2. Remove any loose change, papers, or other items from down the side of the sofa
  3. Use your vacuum cleaner with a soft brush to “suck” any dirt of your leather sofa
  4. Lightly dust your whole sofa with baking soda and allow it to work its magic for at least 30 min. Baking soda is great to neutralize acidic odor.
  5. Use a Warm water & Washing-up liquid solution to remove spots or small stains
  6. Use a sponge dipped in water & vinegar mixture for tough stains

Can you clean a leather sofa with washing up liquid?

You can do. Warm water & Washing-up liquid solutions are a good combination to remove tiny spots and small stains.

However, go easy on the washing up liquid, we recommend 50 ML of washing up liquid per 250 ML of warm water.

If the stains or spots are still visible after you’ve cleaned up your sofa you shouldn’t repeat the procedure but instead, get your sofa professionally cleaned.

Will Baby Wipes Clean Strong Textiles?

Baby wipes are the best way to clean a leather sofa, right? Wrong! Baby wipes will damage the waxy characteristic of the fabric and fade its color.

For best results use leather furnishing cleaner wipes to clean and protect your seating.

For optimum outcome, we recommend you use specialized spray or cream.

While Furnishing cleaner and creams are likely to extend the life span of your sofa it will not beat a professional clean.

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