Purchasing a new sectional, recliner or ottoman is a great way to liven up any room, create more sitting space for guests and improving the overall comfort of your home. Furniture in a home takes just as much of a beating as the floor does. From food spills, dirt, dust and grime, furniture becomes the victim of every day wear and tear. Upholstery can last a long time and keep its new shine as long as it is regularly and properly cleaned. Unfortunately not everyone knows the right way to clean their upholstery, which can end up doing more harm than good, and leave furniture looking like you picked it up off the curb rather than purchased it at a nice store.
Professional Upholstery Cleaning
The best way to have your upholstery cleaned and looking like new again is to hire a professional to get the job done. Many home owners make the giant mistake of not contacting a professional to tackle the job of cleaning their upholstery. Water damage, stains, spots, foul odors and other problems with your upholstery can easily be taken care of by a professional. The time it would take you to get the job done properly compared to the time it would take a professional is a big difference. A professional upholstery cleaner is skilled and experienced with all the most effective cleaning tools and materials it requires to properly clean upholstery.
Upholstery Cleaning as per Manufacturer’s Directions
If you are still feeling like you can take the job of cleaning your upholstery on by yourself, there are a few mistakes to avoid making. Before you clean any piece of furniture, be sure to carefully read the manufacturer’s label. The manufacturer’s label will contain guidelines for properly and safely cleaning your piece of furniture without causing any type of damage. Not all upholstery is the same, some furniture is covered with a much more delicate fabric that can be easily damaged by harsher types of cleaners.
Upholstery Cleaning with Too Much Water
Soaking your furniture with water to clean it is never a good idea. When you use an excess amount of water to clean your furniture, it can damage your furniture permanently. Furniture that is soaked with water can take long amounts of time to completely dry, or may never get dry, causing your furniture to smell sour.
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If you’ve got a piece of furniture that has a stain you cannot seem to remove or has not been cleaned for a long time, contact Carpet Care 2000 for professional upholstery cleaning that will leave your furniture looking like new.