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Upholstery Cleaning


1 Hour


Upholstery cleaning involves the cleaning and maintenance of fabric-covered furniture, such as sofas, chairs, and mattresses. It is a process designed to remove dirt, stains, allergens, and odors from the upholstery, helping to restore its appearance and freshness.

Professional upholstery cleaning typically involves the following steps:

1. Pre-inspection: A technician will examine the upholstery to identify the fabric type, any specific stains or areas of concern, and determine the appropriate cleaning method.

2. Pre-treatment: Stains and heavily soiled areas may be treated with specialized cleaning solutions to help break down dirt and stains before the main cleaning process.

3. Cleaning: Depending on the fabric type and condition, different cleaning methods may be employed. Common techniques include hot water extraction (steam cleaning), dry cleaning, or low-moisture cleaning. These methods aim to lift dirt, allergens, and stains from the fabric without causing damage.

4. Stain removal: Stubborn stains that were not fully removed during the general cleaning process may be targeted with specific stain removal treatments tailored to the type of stain and fabric.

5. Drying: After the cleaning process, the upholstery is carefully dried using air movers or fans to prevent moisture retention that could lead to mold or mildew growth.

6. Optional protective treatments: Upon request, a protective treatment, such as fabric or stain repellent, may be applied to help guard against future stains and spills.

Professional upholstery cleaning offers numerous benefits. It helps remove dirt, dust, and allergens trapped within the fabric, improving indoor air quality. It can also revitalize the appearance of furniture by removing stains and restoring the fabric’s original colors and texture. Regular upholstery cleaning can prolong the life of furniture and maintain its overall cleanliness and freshness.

It is important to hire experienced professionals for upholstery cleaning, as they have the knowledge, expertise, and proper equipment to handle different types of fabrics and ensure effective cleaning without causing damage. Additionally, following manufacturer’s recommendations and guidelines for upholstery care can help maintain the longevity and appearance of your furniture.

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