Why do people spend a large dollar amount on furniture but choose not to have it professionally cleaned to maintain the condition preserving the life of it’s existence? How do you make things last as long as they can?
Cleaning your home is a priority! There is no doubt that some things remain forgotten or are not on the demand list of things to do. Let’s say you’ve had your furniture for two years and it looks great no spots, stains, or spills do you think your furniture is not dirty? The answer is obvious, it’s dirty. Your upholstered furniture collects dust, dirt, pollens, and body oils. There is no way to really prevent the accumulation overtime. That fatal attraction between fabric and air pollutants are inevitable.
Have you ever had a strong odor in your home but you have no idea where it’s coming from? There is a possibility the strong odor is a combination of scents embedded into the fabric of your upholstery. If you have pets, cook or you just have stinky feet the fragrance can be left in your furniture. Unfortunately, your sofa, love seat, or favorite recliner can not get up and get in the shower.
What can you do?
Annually you should have a professional clean your upholstery to maintain the condition. I suggest you call the best upholstery cleaning service, McCreary’s Healthy Homes. Do you want to protect your investment?
Cleaning a sofa, love seat, or chair doesn’t seem like it would take much time to do it but a slow gentle process using a 3 inch tool can be very time consuming. We don’t just clean the areas where you sit or see, every inch of your upholstered furniture is cleaned. Picture this, all of the fabric from your sofa laid flat across in a room almost covering the whole room and cleaning it with a 3 inch tool.
Cleaning different fabric requires a vary of techniques used. Not every sofa, love seat, or chair is upholstered with the same fabric and or identically designed.
Your cushions should be turned and rotated to equalize wear and soiling levels.
Arm covers and head rests should be cleaned frequently to minimize difference between the appearance.
Vacuuming should be done to remove air-borne dust and lint.