Soft furnishings in our home take a real onslaught of wear and tear through every day family use. Whether it is our children sitting on the arms, our animals resting on the seats or just general wear we are all faced with the decision of cleaning our cared-for upholstery.
Upholstery cleaning is often an understated cleaning process as it offers such incredible results and can provide hygienically clean furnishings at a relatively low cost.
Beside the fact that your upholstery will be transformed with a brighter and fresher look, the upholstery cleaning process eliminates many of the everyday contaminants that would otherwise sit in your upholstery fibres.
What parts of upholstery typically need extra cleaning?
- Sofa arms
- Scatter cushions
- Seat cushions
Clean upholstery is achieved by tailoring the process of cleaning and altering the product formulations that are best suited for individual fabrics and stains, if present.
A water filtration hoover is used first with careful preparation being completed prior to work commencing. This protects your floor and surrounding furniture from the cleaning process.
Once the upholstery has been thoroughly hoovered, a fabric pre-spray is applied. Application of this pre-spray depends on the type of fabric that is being cleaned.
The fabric is then exhaustively rinsed with a portable extraction machine. It is then wiped down to draw out any excess moisture.
It is often the case that upholstery can take slightly longer to dry than the carpet cleaning process; advice is offered with regards to drying time and we do all we can to ensure that disruption is kept to a minimum.
The above information works to provide you with detail of how to clean upholstery; it may be that you are looking for an upholstery cleaner to complete the work for you. Request a quotation today by calling 0800 695 1118.
Have you got questions about a project you are undertaking? We are happy to discuss all options available to you and will always offer as much information and advice to assist you. We take great pride in our work.