Fabric Upholstery Repair

Sofa Cushion Filling

We can measure and fit cushion foam and fibre to suit your needs; whether you want to restore lost comfort or make the seat firmer, give us a call.

Broken stitching

Frayed seams, separated stitching? We have the tools to pull it back together.

Zip Replacement

Our professionals keep the most common parts in stock so we can repair and replace faults like broken zips on the day!

Broken Webbing

We specialise in repairing structural damage and can repair seat webbing to give you the support you need.

Full Cleans

If your fabric upholstery has started looking dirty and could do with a clean look no further. We clean everything from full suites to your favourite armchair.

More than sofas

We regularly work all types of fabric upholstery including headboards, armchairs, stools, and dining room chairs. Give us a call to get a quote.

Broken Springs

If the warranty has run out on your sofa we can replace broken springs and repair structural damage to restore your comfort.

Spot and Stain Removal

Staining can make you want to hide your fabric. We can clean all sorts of accidental spills, and can even remove unpleasant bodily fluids like urine, blood, and vomit!


Red wine stain removal by one of our skilled cleaning specialists

How to Care for Fabric Upholstery


1. Fabric comes in all different types of fibres and shades. For routine cleaning make sure you only use specialist fabric cleaning products on your sofa and always test cleaning products in a hidden area first!

2. Keeping fabric protected is a great way to prevent staining. Protectors work by repelling liquid away from the fibres so it can be more easily wiped off. If you do happen to spill something on your furniture, make sure you blot carefully to soak up any excess. Don’t rub! Rubbing pushes stains deeper into the fabric making them harder to remove.

3. To keep fabric upholstery looking better for longer furniture should be professionally cleaned once a year! Grime and surface dirt builds up over time and leave your fabric looking dirty.

4. NEVER use baby wipes on your furniture! They can alter the appearance of fabric as the chemicals used will remove any protector and make the fabric vulnerable to staining.

Synthetic Fibre

Manmade chemically produced fibres; common examples are nylon and polyester. Favoured for their durability and resilience. They’re often easy to clean and resistant to staining.

Natural Fibre

Made from plants and animals - cotton, silk, and wool are often softer and luxurious than their synthetic counterparts. However natural fabric is prone to staining and requires lots of care to maintain its longevity.


Microfibre is ultra-thin continuous filament and used in fabric upholstery for its exceptional softness and close knit weave. It’s also durable and water resistant as well as an easy to clean fabric.


Soft, warm and wool-like. Acrylic is less expensive to produce than wool but it has many of the same qualities. It's generally hypoallergenic and resistant to fading when exposed to direct sunlight.