Tips for upholstery cleaning
Your living room furniture is perhaps the most used and seen furniture in the house. It also says a lot about you, your home and even your business set-up. No matter how expensive your furniture may be, after some use it will begin to show signs of wear and tear. You can take comfort in the fact that proper upholstery cleaning can indeed increase the longevity of your expensive furniture. Here are a few simple tips that will go a long way in keeping your furniture clean.
One of the easiest ways of upholstery cleaning that barely needs any help or demands much time is regular vacuuming. Make sure you vacuum your cushions and all other upholstered surfaces every week to remove soil, dust and dirt that can wear them down gradually, and age them prematurely. While vacuuming, rotate the cushions and reposition them. This allows for the wear to be uniform.
Don’t let liquid sit
Blot up any spills immediately, without allowing it to dry up. This ensures that the stains remain at the surface and is easier to tackle by professionals. If you are not sure as to how to deal with a spill, simply use plain coloured tissues to blot and do not experiment.
Watch those pets!
If your pets claim your sofas as much as you do, use a lint brush to remove pet hair from your upholstery. Pet dander and hair can cause wear and tear over time, if not cleaned regularly.
If you live in a sunny place, bring down the blinds during the day as the damaging sun rays can affect the textile quality of your upholstery and fade it sooner.
Upholstery cleaning should happen on a regular basis. Professional upholstery cleaning specialists are armed with truck mounted cleaning machines, requisite cleaning supplies and the training to accomplish quicker cleaning of upholstery.
Upholstered furniture that is cleaned periodically and maintained well is bound to give you years of service and win you many compliments. Contact Upholstery Cleaning Specialists today for further information.
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