|Restoring worn, faded or dirty leather furniture in the Baltimore , Washington DC region||| Print ||
|Written by Chris Repp|
|Thursday, 18 February 2010 15:46|
"Hello, I'm Chris the creator of Leatherhelp.com (Yes, that's me in the picture) Thanks for your interest in the restoration of your leather furniture. I have helped 100's of leather furniture owners save lots of money by restoring their leather furniture (See before/after picture examples below). I'd be happy to do the same for you."
With a quick conversation or e-mail exchange, I will be able to tell you if your leather furniture is a good candidate for restoration, how much time it will take to restore, and how much it will cost to restore it.
I guarantee that my price will be a fraction of the cost to buy new leather furniture. I will tell you the exact price up front. And you don't pay until I'm done and your leather furniture looks great.
Contact me now for a free estimate or learn more and see examples below
Now I'll cover the three main issues my customers ask about before we work together:
1. Here's why I think I can save you $1000's with leather restoration
2. Here are pictures of some of the leather furniture I have restored over the years.
Quality leather but with extensive finish loss
Here is a creme leather sofa that had lost much of the color coat on the seats and arms. It was cleaned incorrectly and the customer had a dog that licked the sofa. Once I restored the color the set was as good as new.
Faded Brown Leather Set
Here is the chair of a leather sofa, loveseat and otto set that I restored for a customer in Northern Va. It was sun-faded and dried out from years of use.
Light Colored Leather Sectional Dirty from Use
Here is a picture looking down at the wedge of an off-white leather sectional. I have partially completed the clean, repair, recolor and condition job. I see many light leathers that get dirty and worn looking after years of use but can be refreshed by professional leather cleaning.
Original Color Restored on Black Leather Chairs
The chair on the left was faded and discolored by years of use in an office lobby. The chair on the right has been restored to the original black color.
These are just a few examples of the 100's of leather furniture sets I have restored over the years.
3. Info on the process of working with Chris in the Baltimore/Washington/Northern Va area on leather restoration.
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