Leather And Vinyl Restoration And Repair | Orange County CA

High Quality Leather and Vinyl Repair

Refinishing damaged leather and vinyl can restore them to their original condition. The results are durable and make scratches, fading, tears, and other damage disappear.

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Auto, Marine, and Aviation

We specialize in the restoration and repair of many types of leather including auto, marine, and aviation.

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Fast Mobile Service

We service the Orange County area with quality repairs done in hours.

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ABOUT PIONEER LEATHER

Since 1997, we have taken great pride in restoring the original luster and beauty of natural leather to multi-million dollar classic Ferrari’s, Gulfstream airplanes, yachts, luxury leather couches, loveseats and chairs. We love to see our clients’ reaction to the complete restoration of their prized possessions. Check out our gallery for before and after pictures of our work.

 

WHAT IS LEATHER RESTORATION?

Almost all upholstery leather has some sort of protective finish on it whether it be polyurethane or another material. In time, this coating deteriorates. However, the underlying leather itself is usually preserved.We use a time-tested process of cleaning and preparing the existing finish before applying a new finish.The result: the leather is restored to its original condition, it looks brand new, and is protected from further wear and tear.

 

WHAT IS LEATHER REPAIR?

Leather repair is necessary when the material has tears, scratches, or gouges. When these are addressed while small, our time-tested process can restore your leather to its original beauty! In most cases, the repair is invisible and virtually impossible to detect – even to the discerning eye!

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    Frequently Asked Questions

    The leather finishes that we use are waterborne coatings. Because of this it is necessary for the moisture in the coating to dissipate to a certain degree before the leather can be placed back into service. When we refinish a leather item the majority of the moisture dissipates within minutes and is dry to the touch almost immediately. At that point, if it is necessary, it could be put back into service. However, it is best if it can be left for 2 hours, after that it is about 90% cured. It will reach full strength, 100% cure in about 72 hours. The difference between the coating at 2 hours of cure and 72 hours of cure is chemical resistance. When the finish is fresh it can be removed if wiped with anything stronger than water. After the 72 hour period the finish is resistant to strong chemical and can be treated with leather conditioners, cleaned with leather cleaners, etc. without any concerns.