Cleaning your upholstery helps your furniture to stay looking new. While it is tempting to buy some sort of do it yourself upholstery cleaning product, it is better to contact us to do it for you. Here are some reasons why.
There are a number of products on the market that work for cleaning couches, chairs and other upholstered items. The trick is to know what product to use with which type of upholstery. Use the right product, and your couch or sofa looks like you just took the factory plastic wrap off of it. However, if you apply the wrong product, your cream colored sofa now has a mustard yellow stain on it because the product you bought caused a chemical reaction with your fabric. Calling in a pro for upholstery cleaning takes the fear and doubt out.
One of the first steps that we do before we begin to do upholstery cleaning is to identify the type of material that requires cleaning. Upholstery options include leather, suede, imitation leathers, and cloth made of natural and synthetic fibers. Some of these options are colorfast, which means they can be cleaned without worrying about fading. . We know the type of upholstery we are working with and know what cleaners are formulated to clean the material in question without causing any blotching, staining, or fading.
After we identify the type of upholstery, we also determine the nature of the stain. What works very well for removing a food stain may not work as well on a wine stain. We also ask some questions, like: did the stain happen recently, or has it been there a while? Once we start, we take our time to clean it right. Taking our time is key to good upholstery cleaning, which is important in this, the age of quick fixes.
So whether you have a leather sofa, a cotton fabric ottoman, or a micro-suede loveseat, we are your experts in upholstery cleaning in Dallas.