Regular upholstery cleaning is essential for the overall hygiene of your house. New items of furniture might give our houses a fresher look but with the time we unintentionally leave marks and stains on it, upholstery becomes a home for different bacteria and fungi. It becomes harder to preserve our furniture in the way it looked and felt like during the first days we brought it into our house. Wiping the dust off the furniture and vacuuming is part of an important routine, but in order to ensure proper cleaning of your chairs, sofas, pillows, mattresses, and all other furniture items covered in fabrics professional help is required.



What Is Upholstery?

Upholstery is the fabric and padding that covers your furniture—sofas, love seats, arm chairs, ottomans, stools, and more are all covered with upholstery fabric.

What Is Upholstery Cleaning? How Does It Work?

Upholstery cleaning (as you might expect) is the process of cleaning the fabric that upholsters your furniture. But the process is more difficult than it might sound at first.

For one thing, upholstery is often made up of relatively delicate natural fabrics like cotton. For another, most furniture doesn’t let you just remove the upholstery to run it through the washing machine. Upholstery cleaning requires special equipment and know-how.

First, upholstery is inspected to make note of any tears or other damage. Then, the fabric is vacuumed, conditioned, rinsed, and vacuum dried. Another method is with hot-water extraction, also known as "steam cleaning.”

Again, this all occurs with specialized equipment—don’t try a DIY job with a shampoo bottle and a regular vacuum cleaner. You’ll be sorry you did.

What Are the Benefits of Upholstery Cleaning?

The benefits of upholstery cleaning are similar to those of routine carpet cleaning and other routine chores in short, keeping things clean is the right (and healthy) thing to do.

Deep Cleaning Solution Cleaning Service has lots of Upholstery Cleaning solutions for you. We will refresh your upholstered furniture and quickly take years off of their appearance. We have thoroughly trained our cleaning technicians to know how to clean a variety of types of upholstery fabrics. We won’t treat your linen in the same way we treat suede. We don’t have a ‘one cleaning method fits all’ mentality.

Your own routine upholstery cleaning will do wonders to keep your upholstered furniture looking new.