If the colour on your aniline or pull up leather sofa has started to fade as a result of ageing, wear or excess sunlight, don't look for a replacement, consider restoring it instead.
We have launched a fantastic new product to help you repair any small areas of damage on all your leather items.
We offer a specialist range of leather products, as well as some easy to follow step-by-step and video guides to help you restore your classic car interior.
We recently asked you to send us photographs of your damaged furniture for your chance to win all the products that you would need to restore it! Here are the winner's results.
Whenever we buy something new, we always want to keep it in perfect condition and the best place to start is with prevention.
Here are our tips on how to avoid cat scratches your furniture and how to repair it, if it does ever occur.
Here are our top five leather furniture care tips to help you keep your leather items looking their best and make them last a lifetime.
Given that your tack is one of the most expensive equestrian purchases you will make, it’s vital to take care of your leatherwork to ensure its longevity.
We receive a lot of enquiries here at Furniture Clinic! And we love hearing about all your projects and advising you on how to attempt them with our products. To make it a little easier for you we will be providing this Q & A series to provide you with some of the most popular questions.
Our Technical & Training Manager, Craig Stevenson restored the leather interior of a 1958 Austin Westminster A105 Estate Auto for Practical Classics magazine.