Upholstery Cleaning

FURNITURE AND UPHOLSTERY CLEANING

The upholstery in your home may have been collecting years of dirt, and it’s time to give them the deep-down scrub they deserve. A’s Cleaning can help with our professional expertise that leaves you feeling fresh from head to toe. With an eye for detail and fabric friendliness, we inspect each piece meticulously before treating every inch until it glows beautifully again!

Our upholstery cleaning services are perfect for any type of fabric, so you don’t have to worry about what your furniture is made out of. We can also clean carpets and rugs in the process! You’ll be able to breathe easier knowing that we only use eco-friendly products on all surfaces.

If you need professional upholstery cleaners, then our technicians at A’s Carpet Cleaning are here for you – no matter if it’s leather or microfiber fabrics involved! We know how sensitive these materials can be but we do our best not damage them with harsh chemicals during the cleaning process. In addition to deep cleans, a spot treatments will take care of those pesky spills before they leave permanent stains behind.

A TAILORED APPROACH TO UPHOLSTERY CLEANING

We know that some furniture is more than just a piece of fabric to you. That's why we take our time with it and make sure your upholstery gets the most thorough cleaning possible, no matter what condition they're in!

REMOVE DIRT AND ALLERGENS FROM UPHOLSTERY

We remove dirt, spots and allergens from your upholstery in a way that is more sustainable than other methods of cleaning.

EXTEND THE LIFE OF YOUR UPHOLSTERY CLEANING

We can apply a protector to your upholstery that aids in the prevention of damage from nasty spills and dirt.

NEUTRALIZE ODORS FROM PETS, KIDS AND MORE

In your home, there are smells that may be hidden in the fabric of furniture. That’s why we recommend a deodorizer to keep your upholstery smelling fresh and clean!

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COMMERCIAL UPHOLSTERY CLEANING

We understand the importance of presenting a professional tone in any business, and this includes your upholstery too. When it’s time to clean those couches or chairs that have been gathering dust for months on end (let’s be honest), we can help! Our commercial cleaning service uses the same process as our residential services: hot water pumped into deep within your fabric to release dirt from its source- then extracted with specialized equipment so you don’t have worry about stains again. Contact us today before meeting with clients tomorrow morning because let me tell you, nothing says professionalism like stain free furniture.

Who wants to spend all their money on expensive furniture only for it not stay fresh and clean?

The answer is no one. Luckily, you can keep your upholstery cleaner longer with these three services: spot treatment, deodorizer (optional) and protector!

Your Guide to the Best Way to Clean Upholstery

The best way to clean upholstery is by using the right cleaning solution. There are many different types of upholstery, and each requires a specific type of cleaner. For example, some fabrics need an acidic solution to remove stains from them, while others require a neutral or basic pH level.

The first step to cleaning upholstery is identifying what kind of fabric it’s made out of. You’ll be able to see this information either from the tag on your furniture or by looking at the backside of your couch (if you can’t figure out which side is facing down). If in doubt, one way to tell if something is a synthetic fiber like polyester versus natural fibers like cotton and wool is that synthetics typically have some sheen while natural fabrics are less shiny with more variation in texture.

If you have upholstered furniture made of natural fibers, then water is a safe and good option to start with. Wool can be cleaned using warm water and soap without any risk of shrinking or fading because it’s naturally resistant to dirt. On the other hand, cotton should only be washed in cold water as hot and dry conditions cause shrinkage.

If your upholstery is synthetic (plastic) fiber type like polyester or nylon, the safest choice for cleaning would be an all-purpose cleaner mixed with some fabric softener on a cloth rag until there are no more suds left on the surface – use this same technique if you’re unsure about what kind of material your cushions are made of.

Ensure clean the upholstery in a safe and well-ventilated area as cleaning chemicals can be toxic when inhaled or absorbed through your skin. To avoid any accidents, you should only mix small amounts at one time so that they don’t spill over onto other areas of the furniture. Mixing too much all at once will make it difficult for you to work with because there won’t be enough room on top of the couch for all those bottles.

Wet some water with soap powder and apply this solution using a cloth rag while gently scrubbing away dirt from both sides of each cushion cover (a vacuum cleaner is recommended if there are loose particles like crumbs). To remove the upholstery’s dirt and stains, you can mix soapy water with a small amount of bleach (safe to use on fabric) or mild detergent. In some cases, it may be necessary for you to also add in vinegar since this will help cut through sweat residue and other oils that might cause foul odors.

If using any sachets or scented wipes, avoid spraying them near the cushions. You want to avoid using these products because they can leave a nice layer behind that will attract dirt and dust, which means you’ll have to clean the couch again.

 

It’s also important not to forget about your sofa’s backrest as well. When cleaning this area, remember that it should be cleaned from top down so all of the gunk accumulates in one place (instead of sporadically).

Once all the cleaning is done, make sure to let your couch dry completely before placing anything back onto its surface! It should take at least 24 hours for most materials, but if there are piles of dust from furniture polish, it could take as long as 48 hours.

Hire a Professional Upholstery Cleaner

If it’s too difficult to tackle yourself, the best way to clean upholstery is hire a professional. They’ll charge you an hourly rate for their services, and it’s worth every penny.

Hiring a pro is the best way to keep your family safe from harmful chemicals found in cleaners such as ammonia, bleach, or hard water stains. The professionals use environmentally friendly products that will eliminate all those stain worries once and for all.

Other benefits include: no need to worry about stretching out materials if they’re left wet overnight, fabric protection during the cleaning process helps maintain color vibrancy longer and padding foam can be replaced after deep soiling, which provides more durability over time. With these benefits, it’s no wonder why the best way to clean upholstery comes from professionals.

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