Give your leather upholstery a new lease of life!
With many years of experience in leather upholstery cleaning and restoration our family run company can help you with all your leather furniture care. Professional leather cleaning is an essential part of caring for your leather; not only removing dirt and oils (which over time will break down the leathers protective coating) but just as importantly maintaining the moisture balance in the leather. This will also keep the leather supple; help prevent cracking and less likely to absorb spillages.
We only use the best products to clean all types of leather, including pigmented, aniline, semi-aniline and bi-cast. Our conditioner will feed, protect and keep your leather furniture looking its best for many years to come.
If required we can also carry out a colour restoration to damage leather using a matching leather dye-pigmentation to re-enhance the worn leather.
In the past few years, we have developed a strong relationship with a UK company who supply us with the best leather upholstery cleaning, restoration and repair products as well as train us in their use. These products have been formulated to keep your leather looking good and protected and are also supplied to technicians worldwide simply because they work.
Your leather furniture will be cleaned and conditioned by hand as attention to detail is very much a part of our service.
This is a method whereby damaged areas of carpet can be removed tuft by tuft and new ones inserted using a needle and thread, giving a totally invisible repair. Typical examples of this process would be used for cigarette burns, moths, manufacturing problems and coals jumping from an open fireplace etc.
We are able to lift up the edge of carpet and remove good tufts from the area that fits under the gripper rod and would therefore also be invisible when completed.
Mattress Cleaning and sanitised Professionally in Burnley and surrounding areas.
Bed mattress cleaning and sanitising services can help stop allergies.
The Mattress cleaning and sanitising process is a multi-stage one and begins with careful inspection of the type of mattress in order for the best cleaning and sanitising products to be used, on all methods of cleaning the mattress is first fully vacuumed, then a pre-treatment would be applied should any stains or spots be present.
The mattress would be ether cleaned using hot-water extraction or steam, both methods would help to eliminate possible dust mites and allergies; we try to raise awareness on the subject of Dust Mite Contamination even though it may be perceived as disturbing by some people. In doing so we don’t try to scare you into action. We simply try to present the whole picture and give as much details as possible in order for you to be able to make an informed decision on this important health hazard.
Our cleaning methods remove dust, grease, dirt and odours. The curtains are dry cleaned or steam cleaned on site whilst still hanging which means there is no need to take down and then re-hang curtains!
We test a small, unseen area to ensure your curtains can be cleaned safely. Our cleaning process eliminates shrinkage and colour-run especially for water sensitive fabrics. Here at Multy Clean our cleaning methods are environmentally friendly and safe for pets, children and allergy sufferers. We will return your curtains, swags and tails to their former glory.
In the past few years, we have developed a strong relationship a UK company who supply us with the best leather upholstery cleaning, restoration and repair products as well as train us in their use. These products have been formulated to keep your leather looking good and protected and are also supplied to technicians worldwide simply because they work.
If leather is scratched, faded we can provide colour restoration. We can even change the colour of your couch, armchair, bed surround by taking it to our workshop and completing the restoration there. We can remove ink marks and carry out minor damage repairs on site including small colour repairs as well – subject to pre testing and identification of the type of leather you have.