Head Office: Aquakleen 3 Blagdon Crescent Cramlington Northumberland NE23 1HH. aquakleenquery@gmail.com

A selection of our commercial clients....

Gold (Leather cleaning + Feed & Protect)

This consists of the Silver program as well as a deep leather food nourishing and protection process. The leather nourishing cream actually feeds the leather making it feel softer and more luxurious to sit on! More importantly, it stops furniture from cracking, flaking and drying out over time. If this has started to occur, then nourishing the leather can halt the deterioration. A leather equivelant of Stainguard is also employed to protect it from spillages and dirt.

Platinum (Leather Cleaning + Feed & Protect + Seal & Shine)

The third and most thorough process includes both Silver and Gold packages as well as the 'Seal & Shine' buffing up process. After the nourishing and protection processes you will want the food cream to remain ingrained in the leather to stop it from escaping over time. This treatment seals in all that valuable leather nourishment. We will also include a full buffing up treatment giving your leather a wonderful, bright showroom like appearance and feel!

Newcastle leather cleaners

The above photograph shows a Newcastle leather cleaning demonstration we did for a regular customer. We made a square on the leather seat cushion with masking tape, sprayed with leather cleanser, brushed it in with a specialized brush then wiped off the residue. The results were nothing short of stunning!

Leather Care Tips

• Avoid using or placing sharp objects on leather goods. Leather is very durable, but not accident or damage proof.
• Place your furniture a minimum of two feet from radiators and other heat sources.
• Protect your leather furniture from direct and even indirect sunlight. Some leathers, such as full and semi-aniline, will fade over time.
• Avoid air pollution such as cigar or cigarette smoke and cooking fumes, which can cause leather to fade or change colour.
• Never use baby wipes to clean especially the ones that contain alcohol. Over time these can seriously damage leather furniture.

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