Saturday, January 7, 2012
Leather Restoration is the process of refurbishing leather after they have been affected by fire, smoke, water, mold, or general wear and tear. Restoration specialists use technologies and procedures to restore leather items to their pre-loss condition. These processes are specifically designed and tailored to address the challenges posed by particular types of damage. In addition to concerns with an item’s appearance, considerations such as smell and structural integrity are taken into account. The smells associated with fire and water related disasters are often dealt with by subjecting the item(s) to ozone treatments that break down the foreign particles that cause the odor.