Upholstery Cleaning Tips

Modern Upholstery - Upholstery Cleaning Tips

While you can do your best to ensure that your upholstery remains clean and free of stains, accidents do happen. Here’s a a quick guide to help you deal with stains effectively!

Upholstery Cleaning Guide

 

Cleaning Upholstered Furniture

Vacuum your furniture. As with upholstery, regular vacuuming will keep your furniture clean.

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Upholstery Cleaning Tips

 

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The best way to clean is with water. If your fabric can be wet cleaned that is how we will clean it. First we will vacuum, then we will pre-spray spots to loosen that particular type of stain. Then we will spray the entire piece of furniture with a live enzyme that has a soil releasing agent, then we will rinse the furniture with a special additive. This additive “invites” or “attracts” the soil to it, taking or transferring the soil from your furniture into itself and out of your fabric. The rinse water is not recycled, and your furniture is left nearly dry.

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Furniture Fabric Stain Remover – Chair Fabric Cleaning and Protection by Fiber Care

If you have children who enjoy playing in the sprinkler or pool when the weather warms up, consider purchasing seat covers for your chairs and couches to keep them dry and clean.

If your chair or sofa has arm covers, clean them regularly according to manufacturers’ instructions. While waiting for them to be usable again, use seasonally themed tea towels in their place instead.

If you are unsure of how to clean your leather sofa or chair, read the tags attached to it to determine the type of leather and coating. However, it is always best to consult with a professional before you try to clean your leather furniture yourself.

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Contact the Fibercare, Inc. & The Cleaning Company today. Do you need fine fabric cleaning and protection? CALL (214) 987-4111.

Remove Pet Odors from Carpets, Drapes and Furniture – Cleaning Tips

When cleaning up after a pet, it is important to address the carpet pad beneath, as this will absorb liquids. Check the manufacturers website, or contact a cleaning professional for suggestions regarding how to best clean the pad.

Do you need to eliminate odors from your furniture? Using carpet and upholstery deodorizers with baking soda is one of the best ways to get rid of unpleasant odors. You can even use plain baking soda in some cases, since it can trap the invisible molecules that cause the odors.

Have you ever noticed that fabric window treatments, such as drapes, retain the smell of foods and other odors in your home? Let us install new blinds, which do not absorb the odors in your home.

Did you know that one of the biggest problems pet owners have is pet odors in their carpets? Pet urine can soak through the backing of your carpet and create a multi-layered problem that can be very difficult to get rid of.

If you have pets and are getting new carpeting, ask the retailer or installer to use a carpet pad that has been treated to fight pet odors, in the event of an accident.

Fabric Protection, Flameproofing and Stain Repellent Techniques by FiberCare

Contact FiberCare and The Cleaning Company for special discounts for new customers. We will educate you on what to expect from fabric protection and how to take care of spots, spills and other fabric concerns.

We use state-of-the-art application techniques for flameproofing your fabrics. With laminated fabric, spills clean up easily with a damp cloth. Our mildew guard provides a mildew inhibitor and fungicide for fabrics exposed to damp climates. Acrylic backing stops seam slippage, prevents unraveling and adds dimensional stability. Also, FiberCare’s fabric stain repellent protects against both oil-based and water-based stains.