Leather Upholstery Cleaning

Premier leather cleaning and restoration service in the greater Calgary area, including Okotoks, Airdrie, Cochrane, Canmore, Banff, and Strathmore, AB.

Calgary Leather Cleaning

There are so many leather cleaning products out there that are actually unsafe for leather. Many product developers choose to create simple-to-use products, that achieve instantaneous results regardless of the long-term effects on the leather. They do this because they are concerned with meeting the customer’s desire to get noticeable results without spending as much money or time. But we’re pretty sure you want clean leather, that lasts as long as it should, at a reasonable cost, without taking much time out of your busy day. That’s why Chem-Dry formulated its own cleaning products and process to check all these boxes. You can trust Chinook Chem-Dry with you leather furniture cleaning needs.

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What Causes Leather Degradation?

  1. Oils: The oils naturally secreted by humans and animals deposit on leather and can lead to considerable damage done to the protective coatings on your leather couches and chairs. These oils are unavoidable and can be the biggest contributor to premature wear on leather; therefore, leather upholstery must be treated to maintain its health.
  2. Airborne Soils: Dust can gather on any surface. Even after a single week has passed, you can see a thin layer of dust that has settled. Also, some airborne cooking oils and pollutants can also end up in deposits on your leather furniture.
  3. Common Soils: Common dirt, sand, and many other things can find their way into your home, with sand being particularly harsh on leather surfaces. Introduced into the home through all entrances, these soils adhere to the leather and risk more harm to the upholstery.
  4. Dyes & Inks: Even some dyes from clothing and newspapers can shift from your clothing, one example being denim, onto leather as well. Also, ink from a leaky pen or from your toddler artist is quite dangerous to leather.

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How Often Should I Clean My Leather Furniture?

You should regularly dust and vacuum your furniture to minimize damage. In addition to that, professional leather cleaning and conditioning should be done once every 6-12 months. Chem-Dry’s leather products are very effective, yet gentle, for leather furniture. Our products can help clean and revitalize the scuffs, scratches, and fading found in leather furniture. With regular cleaning from a leather specialist, you can prevent undue wear and maintain the longevity of your leather upholstery.


“We had both of our leather couches cleaned by Hugo from Chem-Dry on the weekend. He was very honest, professional and genuinely cared about helping us get our furniture clean again. When he was finished, our couches shined like new! We would highly recommend Hugo to anyone who is looking for quality work and excellent service at a great price. Thanks Hugo! We look forward to using your services in the future.”

Saedi K.

“Hugo was amazing! Can’t believe he saved my leather sofa! The kids got blood on it from scrapped knees and it was terrible. All soaked in. He made it beautiful. He worked hard and was very kind. Thank you Hugo!!”


Service Area:

Serving all of Calgary, including: Okotoks, Airdrie, Cochrane, Canmore, Banff, Strathmore and the surrounding areas.

Hours of Operation:

Mon-Sat: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

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124 Saddlebrook Circle NE
Calgary AB T3J 0K3

Phone:(403) 475-0011

Email: hugoperez@chinookchemdry.ca

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*Based on results of studies conducted by independent laboratories of Chem-Dry's Hot Carbonating Extraction process. Allergens tested were dog and cat dander and dust mite allergen. All bacteria results include use of sanitizer. Figures are an average across multiple homes. Hard surface bacteria tests were based on independent lab testing associated with EPA registration #s 84683-3-74771 and 70385-6; sealed stone and VCT surfaces were evaluated and bacteria tested include salmonella, influenza and E. coli.