Category: Upholstery Cleaning Service


When Do I Need Professional Upholstery Cleaning?

Upholstery Cleaning

Upholstery Cleaning, Furniture CleaningMost retail stores try to up sell their customers into purchasing after care products for their upholstery when they purchase it.   Items such as cleaners, conditioners, and protectants can be a profit builder for retail outlets.  However they often fail when it comes to actually giving them instructions on upholstery cleaning.

Having a proper upholstery cleaning maintenance schedule will insure that you get the most out of your investments.  At Super Steamer we work to educate our customers and general consumers on coming up with a proper upholstery cleaning schedule for their furniture based on their individual needs.

According to the IICRC (Institute of Inspection, Cleaning, Restoration, Certification) your furniture should be professionally cleaned every 12 to 24 months.  This number can change depending on the usage, and soiling conditions.  Also homes that are inhabited with people with medical conditions such as respiratory issues, or allergies may want to have their textiles cleaned on a more consistent basis.

Like carpet, upholstery is known to filter dust and other air particles and house them in it’s porous material.  A proper cleaning regiment will insure that these particles do not do long term damage to the fibers of your furniture.  Soils can scratch the surface of the fibers and make them reflect light differently making areas look worn and dull.

Super Steamer has the ability to remove these dry soils, oil contaminates, and other stains without letting them get back into the air which would cause a potential indoor environmental pollution issue.  We  do this through our state of the art upholstery cleaning system that takes all the contaminated matter and transports straight to our contained holding system mounted into our work van.

Contact us today to set up a free in person quote for all of your professional upholstery cleaning needs.

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