For upholstery Cleaning?
Eventually, our upholstery will become dirty and soiled. Typically, you should have your furniture cleaned every 12 to 18 months. When this time comes, many homeowners hire a professional cleaning service to restore the look and feel of their furniture.
Professionals will have all the equipment and skills needed to remove all signs of dirt, soil, and bacteria. These services are much stronger than cleaning equipment or solutions that you can pick up at the store.
You may be wondering what all goes into this process? Below, we will go through the steps of how professional cleaners get your upholstery looking as good as new.
Step 1: Preparations
The first step in this process is preparing for the cleaning. This will include inspecting the upholstery to determine which areas are a priority and how soiled the furniture actually is.
During this step, you will stay informed by your cleaners along the way. If any problem spots are found, you will know about them right away.
Your fabric will also be tested to determine the best approach to clean it effectively without damaging it in the process. You will receive the total cost of your cleaning during this step as well.
Step 2: Pre-Treatment
Your upholstery will be pre-treated with a cleaning compound to loosen up the buildup of soil from the fabric after all the preparations have been made.
Your professional cleaners will determine the best product for this pre-treatment and exactly how much to use for your specific furniture.
Step 3: Cleaning
Once your upholstery has been pre-treated, the actual cleaning can begin. This is performed with equipment that steams your upholstery using low-moisture to not over-saturate the fabric.
After the upholstery has been thoroughly cleaned using the steamer, it will be dried using commercial drying equipment so you can back to using your furniture quickly.
The professional cleaners will then check your upholstery to ensure that any and all stains have been lifted and that no marks were left on the furniture. If any stains or marks remain, they will treat your upholstery again to remove them.