Leather couches are the most beautiful furniture at your home, but not everyone knows how to keep them looking clean and new for long periods. Over time, stains from everyday wear and tear can appear on your leather couches in the form of ink, oil, food, and other unwanted substances. These substances rather not have sitting on your couch all day. 

Fortunately, there are plenty of effective ways to remove these stains before they leave permanent marks on your favorite couch or chair. Check out this article to learn more about cleaning leather couches and protecting them against future stains with our Couch Master services!

Our services

We provide services as follows;

  • Sofa cleaning
  • Lounge cleaning
  • Upholstery cleaning
  • Couch cleaning

How to remove ink stain by us?

We can usually clean it off with our top services if it’s just a tiny spot. If that doesn’t work, you can get the best service over your couch until all of that stain is gone. Be careful when calling someone to clean your leather furniture, though, because they sometimes cause damage by burning holes in your leather. If you find an ink stain or make one yourself on your leather couch or any other piece of leather furniture, for that matter, don’t worry. We use several methods here at The couch master.net to get them out!

Why use our services?

We provide the best service by the vacuum cleaner and can use all our efforts to clean your couch. When we visit your home, we can create a happy and clean environment inside your home decor. To remove the stain on your leather couch, make sure do not rub on your leather but dab at it until all of that residue has been taken away. The rubbing and the use of harsh chemicals can damage your couch, and you will not be able to regain back.

Our cleaning methods

If you want to clean it yourself, then before you try cleaning up a stain, it’s essential to gather all of your supplies and have them handy. Removing ink from a leather couch is no different than removing other types of stains from leather. The same rules apply whether you’re dealing with coffee, red wine, or something else entirely. If you don’t know what type of stain you’re dealing with, take care not to use any cleaning products that are not labeled safe for leather furniture. Even it proceeds at your own risk! Trying out something new could cause discoloration or permanent damage if not done correctly.


It is better not to spill ink on your leather furniture. But if you have, we are here, and you can take a step to remove it. The first thing you should do is blot up as much of it as possible using a dry cloth or paper towel. Once that is done, use dishwashing liquid with warm water and a soft sponge to thoroughly cleanse it off your furniture. But don’t forget to it can damage your stuff too.