Clean upholstery is known to improve indoor air quality. Studies have shown that sofa fibres catch dust particles and allergens as they fall from the air where they become trapped in the fibres. Regular cleaning then removes these particles and allergens from the upholstery, creating a healthier environment.
We Clean Furniture
Most modern upholstery comes with labels or tags, which explain how it should be cleaned, via “Fabric Cleaning Codes” – and it is best to follow these instructions. Sometime, the fabric will be marked “Dry-Clean Only” but otherwise, most fabrics can be safely shampooed at home. Even the tags marked dry clean only can be cleaned by a professional sofa cleaner most of the time and labels can often be inaccurate, stating the wrong fibres that, on testing turn out to be different in the fabric.
All marks on the upholstery are tested with spot cleaner to see if spillages are spots or stains. Stains are pre-treated with a safe stain removing agent to minimise the amount of moisture available for absorption by the filling.
• Health and Safety
– Risk assessment
– Method statements
– Safety data sheets
Quality Upholstery Cleaning
Professional upholstery cleaning… Sooner or later your upholstery may require cleaning. At that time, have it cleaned by a bona fide upholstery-cleaning specialist.
We would advise that you do not attempt this yourself as the cleaning materials and methods are specific to the fabric type. The weaving, dying and finishing of upholstery fabrics is complex and technically particular to the type of fabric.
Call in a professional dry upholstery cleaning company and only use reputable cleaning chemicals which are designed for the application.
We recommend these are tested on a small inconspicuous part of the furniture first and that is something we carry out before any cleaning takes place!
*Subject to minimum job price charge of £45
Tel: 01438 540100
42 Skegness Road, Stevenage, Heartfordshire, SG1 2HS
Free deodorising with every carpet clean!