Upholstery cleaning is the process of cleaning the fabric that covers your furniture. Professionals will use a range of techniques and methods to get the very best results.
Upholstery is often made from delicate materials such as cotton, meaning specialist equipment is required to ensure no damage happens. Click here.
Professionally cleaning your furniture has many benefits including removing allergens, improving air quality and removing dirt and grime.
Furniture includes: sofas, ottomans, arm chairs and stools.
There are a range of different carpets on market, which is why it is best that you understand what material your carpet is made from and how to correctly care for it.
Regular carpet maintenance is essential to ensure your carpet lasts as long as possible. If you don’t regularly vacuum your carpet, they can soon become discoloured.
Steam cleaning is one of the best methods of cleaning carpet. This intense, yet careful method will clean and sanitise your carpet. Hot water will be injected into the carpet at a high pressure and is mixed with a cleaning detergent.
Steam cleaning will remove all bacteria.
Materials include: wool, nylon and polymer.
There are different types of curtains on the market, including synthetic and natural. Depending on what type of material you have will differ what techniques are used. See more information.
Hot water extraction
This is the same as steam cleaning your carpet, but for curtains. A machine is used to apply hot water and detergent which will loosen the dust and dirt on the curtain. The machine will then vacuum the dirt whilst removing almost 99% of the water. Take a look.
A dry powder will be applied to the item and then is carefully rubbed in using specialist brushes. This will loosen the dirt and will deodorise the curtains. It will then be vacuumed. Find out more.