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Protect your upholstery with proper cleaning

Your furniture can be a very significant investment that you probably want to protect and make last as long as possible. Depending on the upholstery, there are things that you can do to help maximize your upholstery life and there are things better left to professionals. Let’s take a look at some of these considerations.

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Remove stains from leather – The Star Democrat

Remove stains from leather The Star Democrat Or perhaps it’s the car you’ve had for a long time, the one with leather upholstery that still looks fantastic because that you’ve babied and protected it against spills and stains. And then somehow, that beautiful … put a drop of water on the …

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Reducing asthma triggers in the home – Greenville Daily News

Greenville Daily News Reducing asthma triggers in the home Greenville Daily News… couches and chairs, bedding, carpets and more. If you can’t replace carpet with wood or laminate flooring or remove the curtains, look for cleaning products that will denature or deactivate dust mite matter and cat and dog dander in fabrics in the …and moreᅠ»

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How often you should clean furniture — and the right way to do it! – Today.com

Today.com How often you should clean furniture — and the right way to do it! Today.com You can spare yourself a lot of work and expense by applying a fabric protector to new or newly cleaned upholstery, especially if the upholstery is made of delicate, soft fibers like silk. For such fabrics, professionally applied Fiber ProTector repels …

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How to Clean Velvet Furniture: Velvet Couch & Chair Care – Architectural Digest

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Architectural Digest How to Clean Velvet Furniture: Velvet Couch & Chair Care Architectural Digest… avenue to explore.” Read on to learn how to clean velvet furniture and protect it from wear and tear and those inevitable spills. … 2. Tackle spills right away. If someone does happen to spill their cocktail on your couch, White suggests blotting …

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Tomato Soup Stain on Wool Carpet – Before and After Pics

Tomato Soup on Wool Carpet – Before Pic

Tomato Soup on Wool Carpet Before

Tomato Soup on Wool Carpet – After Pic

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Deep Cleaning Carpet Tips To Remove Very Dirty Carpet Stains

There are many ways that you can remove carpet stains, but it is to your advantage to be educated and armed with some tried and true techniques and methods…

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Fiber Care Rug and Carpet Cleaning and Protection Tips – FiberCare Dallas

If you live in an area with sandy soil, you should vacuum more frequently. The sand particles sink to the bottom of the carpet and act like glass, cutting through the carpet fibers and speeding up its deterioration…
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For your home we offer long lasting fabric protection and cleaning services for upholstery, draperies, rugs and carpets.

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Why You Should Melt Ice Cubes on Your Rugs and Carpets

Whether you’re rearranging or moving out, heavy furniture can leave behind quite the unattractive footprint on your carpet — and the longer the furniture has been there, the harder it is to persuade those carpet fibers to spring back into shape. So instead of laying on the floor with various carpet cleaning tools for hours on end, try this super simple method instead.

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How to Clean With Ketchup, Vodka, Butter and More

While you may already use food products to remove stains or wash the dishes, here are some other pantry staples to clean all kinds of messes…

Beyond Lemons and Vinegar: How to Clean With Ketchup, Vodka, Butter and More

For the purposes of this exercise, we’ve omitted food and drink items that are very commonly known for their cleaning prowess, like club soda, baking soda, citrus fruits, salt and, yes, white vinegar, in favor of focusing on more esoteric — at least in the realm of cleaning — foodstuffs. Like ketchup…

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Customer Reviews and Testimonials

*”AMAZING! Your crew is fabulous-good as new! Thank you.” – Paige

*”I have a multi pet household and had my wall to wall carpeting protected with FiberCare before moving into my new home. Wow! What a fantastic product. All of the little pet ‘accidents’ clean up with little or no effort and even the ones that I missed and have already ‘set in’ have cleaned up beautifully. Great stuff!” – S.L.

*”This is a great company, they can clean even the finest fabrics. The prices are fair, they have been in business a long time. They are big on integrity and care about their work.” – Patrick O’Shaughnessy

*”Fiber Care is a great co they do good work and have been in Dallas over thirty years that says it all.” – James O.

*”If you have furnishings, wool carpet, or fine rugs that you want to be cared for properly, FiberCare and The Cleaning Company are who to turn to. The name says it all. This company cares about fibers!” – Roddi Schoneberg

*”Thank you for being so responsive to our request to have the bed steamed at Curtis on Monday. The guys who worked on it did an excellent job. After the bed was delivered, the designer reported back to us that it looked “amazing”. Please relay our thanks and appreciation to them. They saved the day for us.” – Diane Wood

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Keep Your Furniture Beautiful – Best Interior Designers in Dallas – Curtain Cleaning – Fabric Protection

Keeping Your Furniture Beautiful

Quality wood furniture is a significant investment expected to last for generations. To maintain its beauty and help it last, wood furniture needs the right care. The sheen, or gloss, of the finish ranges from high to low, depending on the piece or collection. The finish protects the wood and adds to its beauty. No finish is totally indestructible. But with regular care, the finish will last much longer, providing years of enjoyment to you…

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Best Interior Designers in Dallas

We reviewed over 100 of the best Dallas, TX interior designers and picked the top 20 based on multiple factors including their experience, customer satisfaction, responsiveness, and quality of work. Whatever style you’re looking for – traditional, modern, or contemporary – these designers are some of the best in the Dallas-Forth Worth area…

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Curtain Cleaning Made Easy

Have you noticed the dust that’s collected on your curtains in recent months? Use these tips for curtain cleaning from Consumer Reports’ “How to Clean Practically Anything.” Before cleaning your curtains and draperies, read the care instructions carefully to determine whether you can wash them or whether you should have them dry-cleaned…

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How to Wash Pillows

Pillows should be washed every three to six months to remove bacteria, mold, and odors. These helpful steps will demonstrate the right way to do it…

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Beacon Hill’s Latest Collections Elevate Indoor and Outdoor Spaces

Fine linen and wool textiles spun and woven by boutique mills in Belgium and Italy filter light through metallic threads, unique burnout patterns and embroideries done by hand. These serene and neutral colors, which allow maximum natural light to flood in…

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How To Care For Fine Fabrics – Before and After Pictures – Customer Reviews – FiberCare Dallas

Fiber Care specializes in removing stains and caring for fine fabrics. We offer long lasting fabric protection and cleaning services for upholstery, draperies, rugs and carpet…

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Dallas Home Decor Interior Design Blogs

How to Shop Like an Interior Designer in Dallas

For Home Forty Five Ten is the retail dwelling of our dreams. Rob Dailey curated top local design talent—including George Cameron Nash, Jan Showers, and Peacock Alley—to fill the 8,000-square-foot home boutique. You can shop lines that are normally reserved for to-the-trade showrooms, too, such as David Sutherland. We love the instant gratification—every item can be taken off the floor.

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Playrooms

In our world, this might be the most important room of the house right now. Designing playroom is especially fun when you get to see all the happy little faces that spend their days there… Whereas nurseries tend to go a little softer in their design (at least on our end… we do want children to sleep after all), playrooms are a great place to use more color and do something a little bolder design wise. Some favorites playrooms of ours above…

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Fun Breakfast Room

Whimsy, fun, and color–hallmarks of a very TODAY kind of home. How could you not smile when coming to sit down for a meal in this space? From the colorful accent wall to the windmill art to the orb-turned-chandelier, it’s a little bit country, a little bit rock and roll!

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5 Wallcoverings We Installed This Month

It’s been the month of wallcovering installs for our interior design clients and we wouldn’t want it any other way. We have a myriad of projects in the works, ranging from small but impressive city apartments to whole-home renovations, but if there’s one thing they all have in common, it’s that statement wallcovering is the name of the game. Whether we’re going for understated luxury or eye-catching contrast, a wallcovering will bring personality to a space like nothing else…

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American Design Styles

Homes and interior design styles have changed throughout history, and across cultures. Did you know that there’s been many iconic American designs that have been replicated all over the world?

American ‘design styles’ have taken some of the best features from cultures everywhere – and included them in their layouts, floorplans and designs. These popular styles have passed the test of time, and many can still be found throughout many countries today.

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5 Trends at Winter Market 2018 – Home Design

We’ve been doing our research, learning about what all the Las Vegas Winter Market had to offer since we’ve been knee deep in beautiful designs over here in Dallas. As always though… we’ve got to stay up on our trends and what could spark some creativity in our head! Houzz has done a great job keeping us informed on what was up at market (pic sources here!), so here are some of our favorite 5 2018 trends at winter market 2018.

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How to Clean Drapes and Curtains

*”I wish to thank you for your patience and great service with cleaning our drapes while we were remodeling our house. Due to unforeseen problems our renovations stretched much longer than anticipated. You held our fabrics in storage without a complaint and were very gracious when I notified you of each reschedule and delay. John even promised to help with the rehanging of the curtains when my new sheers come in to ensure a proper hanging height. I would not have protested you charging for storage for the amount of time you had my drapes. You took some of the stress away from the experience of remodeling. Yours was then best experience of the time.” – Ed Page

Can I Clean My Own Drapes at Home?

Drapes and curtains get dusty and dirty from time to time. Not only is this unsightly, but can be a health issue for people with allergies. Professional dry-cleaning is the safest route, but in most homes the window treatments amounts to a lot of fabric that would be very expensive to dry-clean. So are there options for cleaning drapes without the expense of dry-cleaning?

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How to Clean Large Custom Curtains

Not only do dirty curtains detract from the beauty of a room, they also lead to a potential increase in airborne allergens. If your windows are adorned with large custom curtains, you may be intimidated to attempt to clean them. If left untreated, however, curtain fabric can turn irreversibly dingy while also triggering asthma and allergies…

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How to Wash Drapes

Cleaning the draperies in your home can extend their life and free your home of unwanted dust, dirt, pet hair and other allergens…

While some draperies may be washable, it may still be to your advantage to hire a drapery cleaning service. In many instances, these services will steam or dry clean your draperies where they hang!

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Water Stain On Linen Draperies – Before and After Pictures

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Cleaning Linen Drapes Stained with Water and Clean Linen Draperies Stained with Urine

Cleaning linen drapes with blue trim stained with urine. Before and after pictures…

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Red Wine Stain on Silk Bamboo Rug Removed – Before and After Pictures

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Fiber Care & The Cleaning Company

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How to Clean Fabric Sofa, Wood Furniture and Upholstery Stains

Cleaning Your Microfiber Couch

How do you clean a microfiber couch? To clean microfiber, load up a spray bottle with rubbing alcohol, or pop a spray top right onto the bottle, and spray the soiled areas of your sofa. Use a clean cloth to blot and gently rub at the stains to lift them out of the fabric.

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How Do I Clean a Fabric Sofa?

Deep-Clean. Sprinkle the entire couch with a good heap of baking soda. Baking soda helps release lurking smells and break up stains in the fabric. If you’re feeling your sofa really needs a serious clean, mix together this dry natural carpet cleaner, and then use for covering the fabric.

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How To Spot Clean Old or Set-In Upholstery Stains

Rinse the sponge and use just water to blot out some of the soap mixture. Press dry with a cloth or paper towels. If your furniture cannot be cleaned with water, use vinegar or vodka on a cloth to blot the stains. The smell of both vinegar and vodka will disappear when the area is dry.

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Can You Use Vinegar to Clean Upholstery?

Combine 1/2 cup white vinegar and 1 cup warm water in a spray bottle, for use on plastic, nylon and synthetic leather upholstery. If the furniture is badly soiled, add 1/2 tablespoon of natural liquid soap…

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How Do You Clean Wood Furniture?

Wipe the toothpaste off with a clean damp cloth and dry thoroughly. Once your furniture is clean, wipe a layer of wood polish on it to preserve the finish and add shine. You can use commercially prepared lemon oil. You can also make a simple polish by mixing 1 cup of olive oil with 1/4 cup white vinegar.

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Someone Drank Too Much and Threw Up on this Lovely Blue Chair – Before and After Pictures

Cleaning Lovely Blue Chair – Before Pics

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Cleaning Lovely Blue Chair – After Pics

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Fiber Care & The Cleaning Company – CALL (214) 987-4111

*”AMAZING! Your crew is fabulous-good as new! Thank you.” – Paige

*”Thank you for being so responsive to our request to have the bed steamed at Curtis on Monday. The guys who worked on it did an excellent job. After the bed was delivered, the designer reported back to us that it looked “amazing”. Please relay our thanks and appreciation to them. They saved the day for us.” – Diane Wood

Fabric Protection & Cleaning Services for Upholstery, Draperies, Rugs and Carpet.

All fabrics and carpeting can be treated: upholstered furniture, carpets, Oriental rugs, seagrass, kilims dhurries, draperies, balloon and Roman shades, upholstered walls, bedspreads, comforters, canopies, dust ruffles and fabric headboards, table skirts. Don’t forget your car, yacht or plane and anything else you want to protect from spills, odors, body oils, smoke accumulation, drapery rot and abrasive dust and dirt.

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