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Find a great leather pro near you

Here a contact list of great leather pro’s from around the world. 

Can’t find one close to you.  E-mail me and we’ll find you one.


Check back often because the list is growing.  If you want to be on this list e-mail leatherhelpguy@gmail.com

Country and Region



Location- Spain

Name-  Color Care, Owner Lee Bryan

Contact Info- Website: www.colorcare.eu, Tel: +00 34 951 703 334,

Areas of specialty- We offer full refinishing services, repairs to leather, vinyl, cloth, carpet, hard plastic, seem repair, leather cleaning, maintenance services, franchise sales, and it spans automotive, furniture, marine and aviation.

Articles on www.leatherhelp.com- Dye Transfers, What Leather to buy and What Not to Buy




Location: 100 mile radius of Galway City 


Contact Info: Seamus Daly,www.smartfix.ie , Phone: 086 2054122 / 091767496, Email: Info@Smartfix.ie

Areas of Specialty: Completely mobile service, Furniture, Auto, Boat and Airplane leather and vinyl/ PVC, Customization of vehichle interiors



USA by City and State:


Location- San Fransisco Bay Area

Name- Advanced Leather Solutions, Owner: Kevin Gillan


Contact Info- Web-Site: www.advleather.com, E-mail Kevin@advleather.com, Toll Free – (800) 541-5982

Areas of specialty-  Auto, Furniture,  Leather Repairs, DIY Leather Solutions, Leathercare Products

Articles on www.leatherhelp.com- Removing Ink from your leather, Mold and Mildew on Leather



Maryland and Washington D.C.:

  Locations- Baltimore, Md, Washington D.C., Surrounding Md Counties

 Name- Chris Repp of NLS Leather Services

 Contact Info- website- www.leatherhelp.com, e-mail: leatherhelpguy@gmail.com, or twitter @leatherhelpguy

 Areas of specialty- Leather furniture, auto, marine, aviation and garment cleaning and repairs.

 Articles on www.leatherhelp.com- most of them.

New York Tri-State Area

Locations– Southern New York State, Northern/Central New Jersey, Southwestern Connecticut

Name– The Leather Institute, Contact: Sean Dorgan

Contact Info– Website- www.leatherinstitute.com, e-mail info@leatherinstitute.com, phone 1.800.242.9578  

Areas of specialty– Aviation, corporate, consumer and

hospitality leather cleaning and repairs, Leather repairs training courses

Articles on leatherhelp.comcoming soon.

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Location– 1181 Davenport Road (corner of Oakwood and Davenport), Toronto, Ontario, Canada, M6H 2V3


Name- The Sandalman, Contact: Cory Bernatt


Contact info- Website- www.sandalman.com, phone: 416-533-6335, e-mail coryb@sandalman.com, twitter @fixesleather


Areas of Specialty- Furniture, garments relining, alterations, zippers, rips, tears, faded leather, restoration, reupholstery, dry cleaning, hand made sandals


Articles on leatherhelp.com“Is your leather furniture, jacket, bag worth fixing?”

Favorite local Baltimore/Washington retailers

Here are links to some of the great leather furniture retail store I serve in the Baltimore, Md area.
Check them out if you need leather furniture or moving and storage services.  I have years of experience with everyone.  They are great businesses with great people who sell quality products and services.

1. Leather Interiors

  • Click here to visit their leather retail furniture store at www.marylandleather.com
  • Bill and Sue gave us our start in the area over 15 years ago.  Great products, great service, great people!  Lots of custom choices.

2. Sofas Ect

  • www.sofasetcmd.com is the website for their furniture store.  Click here to visit them.
  • “Understanding your needs, your taste, your image.”
  • We’ve been working with Mark and Mike for many years.  They are good people and sell quality leather and fabric upholstry.  I especially like the cool sectional sets.

3. Nouveau Contemporary Goods

  • www.nouveaubaltimore.com is the place to click to visit their retail furniture website or interior design services
  • I’ve been working with Steve and Lee for the last 10 years and still love checking out the shop in Belvedere Square.  It truly is “the hippest place to shop”.
  • They also offer cool design services

4. Cornerstone Antiques, Consignment & New Home Furnishings

  • www.onlycornerstone.com Click for retail, antique and consignment furniture
  • Through the years, I’ve enjoyed working with Ted, Dennis and company.  They have both beautiful antiques and a nice selection of new furniture.

5. Shofers Furniture

  • www.shofers.com click here for this Baltimore furniture legend w/ a great leather selection
  • Have you seen the new showroom downtown?  It’s really beautiful, like everything they sell.  Pam, Steve and the rest of customer service go all out to make everything right for you.

6. Childs Express Inc.

  • www.childsbrokerage.com
  • A real family affair, Dave, Dave Jr., Curtis, Anne and the gang are great people.  I have worked with them for many years and they treat everyone from customer to contractors with care and respect.

Our Favorite online leather retailers

At leatherhelp.com we don’t ask for your business until we have earned your trust.  We work to earn that trust by creating valuable articles and videos to serve you.  We feel the same way about recommending other leather retailers to you.  We make sure that you are served by the online leather retailers that we suggest to you.  So please read the informative articles listed below for each of the online retailers before you consider buying anything from them.  Then feel free to ask us any questions you have about choosing, caring for or solving problems with their products.  Here are the online retailers we recommend and why:



  • Wilson has a fine selection of leather jackets, bags and accessories for both men and women.
  • If something catches your eye check back regularly.  Wilson has good prices and even better sales and deals on name brand designer jackets and bags.
  • Here is an article they have shared with you:  Storing your leather goods  
  • Here is another article from Wilson: Shopping and Caring for your leather goods
  • Be sure to ask us any questions you have about a specific jacket or bag that interests you.  They carry all the different types of leather we discuss on the site.  Finished leather, distressed leather, faux leather, suede/nubuck and each one needs unique needs for protection and care.