Are you working with leather goods? Than you know as no other, that transporting the goods is not ideal for them. Goods like shoes, bags, furniture, most leather goods are transported in containers which could spend days or even weeks at a terminal. During this time, and later during shipping, the effects of heat, cold or moist, can have devastating effects on your products. That means that a large portion of your shipment is accounted for as spillage. Or is it? Leather reconditioning by Topfinish is applicable to all leather products, and even items that you thought were utterly ruined, can be restored to their original state. Find out more, by contacting them today.
Leather reconditioning in any colour that suits your fancy
What do you think that leather reconditioning means? Probably that it only brings back the old colour of the furniture right? In fact, that is not entirely true. At Topfinish however, they can spray your favourite leather goods in virtually any colour that suits your fancy. As a matter of fact, each product is treated with not one, but two layers of paint so the colour deepens even more. To top it off, a third layer of paint is added. This one is colourless and protects the material from wearing out. Think of the possibilities. Precious air looms, your best sofa, a complete batch of shoes, all painted in the colours that you like best!
A company that keeps you in the loop during the entire leather reconditioning process
Are you interested in leather furniture reconditioning? Than you benefit from the services provided by a professional like Topfinish. Less spillage means larger revenues, which means a better, more competitive position for your company. However, if leather reconditioning takes too much time, it might actually be cheaper to just order in larger batches and take the loss, right? Besides, how good of a job can a leather reconditioning company actually do? They thought the same thing at Topfinish, a Netherlands based reconditioning specialist. Which is why they keep you in the loop during the entire process and photograph each batch prior, during, and after treatment. Go see for yourself!