Leather Colour Change
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FAQ's

How much does a leather colour change in Kingswood cost for my furniture?

The technicians provide a leather colour change service in Kingswood and Bristol that is competitively priced and high quality. In nearly every case, leather furniture recolouring is a far cheaper alternative to purchasing a replacement item.

Do the team offer leather colour change in Kingswood provided for trade customers?

Yes, the professionals are able to offer leather recolouring and colour changes for trade clients in Kingswood. Work can be conducted at business premises, and is usually completed within a one working day time period.

Can antique leather upholstery be recoloured?

Both antique and contemporary furnishings can be recoloured for Kingswood customers. The staff use top quality products and restoration methods, to ensure the patina and style of antique furniture is maintained.

The colours on my leather furniture have faded?

Yes the leather colour change in Kingswood service by the staff for furniture can restore tired looking furniture to a fine looking condition again. Bring new life to your leather furniture with the professionals.

Leather Recolouring Kingswood

High quality leather colour change and recolouring service in Kingswood Bristol for homeowners and commercial clients.

The technicians offer specialist Kingswood leather colour change services, employing high quality dyes and custom designed materials, to ensure an excellent finish every time.

Whether you are in need of a leather furniture colour restoration or recolouring to dramatically alter the appearance of your furniture in Kingswood, the professionals will be happy to help.

With experience of recolouring and conditioning a wide range of leather furniture, including sofas and benches, the staff are able to provide professional leather colour change services in Kingswood for both domestic and trade clients.

To ensure clients are happy with the Kingswood leather colour change service, the team provide a warranty with all completed furniture recolouring work.

Contact the professionals today to book leather colour change or recolouring in Kingswood - just fill out the online form for a quick reply.

Leather Colour Change Kingswood

Leather Furniture Colour Restoration Kingswood

If your leather furniture in Kingswood is looking tired or faded, a professional colour change could be the perfect repair solution, returning its to its original colour or giving it a new lease of life with a new shade.

The Kingswood leather colour change service is provided by furniture repairers, who specialise in leather recolouring of both antique and modern furnishings.

Leather colour change and recolouring in Kingswood and Bristol is an ideal solution to a range of damage and wear issues, including:

• Scuffs
• Abrasion wear
• Sun damage
• Stains
• Scratches

In the majority of cases, Kingswood leather colour changes can be completed at customers homes or workplaces, within just one business day.

The following processes are involved:

• Professional cleaning of furnishings
• Repair of scuffs and scratches
• Application of high quality dye
• Application of conditioning treatment
• Application of protective creams

The team provide a colour matching service and can offer advice on the ideal shade to suit your furniture and decor if required.

They aim to provide customers in Kingswood with a professional, cost effective leather colour change service, effectively restoring furnishings to a professional standard.

For more information on the leather colour change service in Kingswood, or to request a quote, just fill out the online form. The customer service department aim to respond to all enquiries as quickly as possible, and will be in touch via email or telephone during business hours.

Recent Enquires

we have a 3 seater and a 2 seater plus a stool from dfs which are a bright red and would like to recolour them black.

Mr

plain €shopper style` leather bag. no rips. no zips or pockets. just very faded (originally burgundy like colour).

Catherine

hii would like a light tan suede jacket dyed black. could you let me know if this possible and a rough price guide.

mike

purse. spilt nailvarnish has discoloured my purse. please can you advise if you are able to restore back to orginal tan colour

Brenda

volvo c70. driver and passenger colour warn in places. driver seat was done approximately 2 years ago, and the company that did it put leather filler over driver seat bolster. there were never any tairs. needs cleaning off. thanks.

Jeff

we have two single chairs and a three seater settee in dark brown. they are all worn and need some colour restoration. I would appreciate it if someone could give me a quote for this

Jenny

corners of leather seats need recoloured.

Asif

i live rainham!! would like my leather corner sofa, footstall and cushions re-dyed from maroon to brown.thanks.

nicole

coach bagblue navy paint sprays stainsone of the straps is pealing of just about not too much but wanted repair before too much damage.uk.coach/coach-designer-totes-turnlock-tote-in-crossgrain-leather/36454.html?dwvar_color=linav

Graciela

hi please could you give me a rough idea on how much it would cost to change the colour of a natuzzi leather sofa which is x cm long and currently a beige colour. kind regards.

Ad

it is my sons leather jacket that I got him from hide park leather 2 or 3 years ago. he lives in malta and when his mum went to visit this week she noticed mildew all over it. so brought it home where I cleaned it with hot soapy water and white vinegar. now it has removed the mildew but seems to have lost its lustre and looks a bit dull. also seems to still have that mildew smell. being that he loves this jacket I was wondering if it can be colour restored by a polish to give it some life back and get it smelling like a leather jacket should. there is no damage to it at all just requires a bit of tlc. regards, robert.

Robert

i have a grey corner sofa and would like to change the colour to black

Mohammed