Leather Treatment & Care
For leather that lasts.
While some professional cleaners proclaim to be “experts” in various skills it still boils down to whether they are indeed certified for their skill. Would you retain a medical professional who was not certified for his or her skill? We doubt it. The average adult’s greatest investment is her home, then vehicle and lastly her flooring. So why would you settle for for an uncertified service provider? Visit www.iicrc.org and go to the consumer section and seek out the professionals certified for the task you seek within a radius of your zip code. This is where the cold, hard truth lies. We at dryex hold numerous skills we are professionally certified for including leather. We can can clean both “finished” and “unfinished” leather. We can also help you repair scratches and other blemishes to a point where you cannot find the problem.
Your leather furniture is an investment over time. Besides its luxorious look and natural durability it just feels wonderful to the touch. Whether fine and smooth or textured and tough all leather furniture requires regular cleaning to keep in top condition. Your leather items take on the same dirt and pollutants as your carpeting, rugs, and uphostered fabric furniture items. However they face the added challenge of lost moisture and softness over time. Store-bought leather cleaners and conditioners may provide some relief when cleaning leather furniture, but can also cause long-term damage – or even immediate issues if used incorrectly. Proper maintenance requires the know-how of a professional. At DRYEX we use fine, professional leather cleaners, moisturizers and protectors to rejuvenate your leather furniture—without damaging side effects. We employ the very best in professional cleaning and moisturizing products and techniques to ensure your complete satisfaction.
Let DRYEX help maintain your investment of your fine leather furniture and accessories. If leather is to retain its beauty, it must be cared for, cleaned and conditioned. Keep in mind it is much easier to invest a little effort into protecting and conditioning your fine leather upholstery than spending the money to salvage it.