Having your upholstery cleaning done by a Professional Cleaning Service has benefits that can’t be achieved by normal household cleaners. However, every now and then, you may notice a spot on your upholstery and clean it yourself using a store-bought household upholstery cleaner, right? After all, it’s quick, it’s easy, and most of the time, it’s pretty effective for removing the occasional unsightly spot on your furniture.
What do you do when it becomes obvious that the problem is more than just a spot or two and the entire piece of furniture needs a thorough cleaning? It may be time to invest in a bit more than a cloth and spot cleaner. Even if your upholstered furniture doesn’t have any visible spots or stains, plenty of harmful bacteria and allergens may be lurking unseen in the fabric of the surfaces you and your family sit on every day.
We always follow IICRC cleaning guidelines when working on your upholstered furniture. Our cleaning process consists of the following steps:
We offer three types of cleaning for your upholstered furniture:
1) Dry Cleaning: This method is commonly used when manufacturers recommend the fabrics not to get wet. We also use this method of furniture cleaning when there is risk of shrinkage or color bleeding.
2) Low-Mositure Cleaning: While not as common as the next method this type of cleaning is great at eliminating spots and spills from fabric and dries much faster than hot-water extraction.
3) Steam Cleaning: For upholstered furniture that really needs a lot of extra attention we will use steam cleaning when appropriate. This method is great at flushing out contaminates but takes the longest for the furniture to dry.
Regardless of the method used to clean your furniture you can rest assured that the technicians will perform a proper pre-inspection and choose the right tool for the job.