ServiceMaster Clean Residential Professional Upholstery Cleaning

Professional Upholstery Cleaning

Sofas and chairs in a home often see a lot of love and use, and thus show soil and dirt quickly. You may not be concerned about stains on your upholstery. But what about the dirt you can’t see? Although not often visible to the naked eye, upholstery collects contaminants such as dead skin cells, oils, and dust that can only be removed through a thorough professional cleaning. ServiceMaster of White Plains professionals are experts at selecting the correct cleaning system for various fabric types and soil conditions.

 

When cleaning upholstery, our technicians use specially designed products, equipment, and methods to achieve the best results.

Professional upholstery cleaning by ServiceMaster of White Plains:

  • Is safe for all kinds of upholstery and fabrics

  • Is non-toxic to family and pets

  • Removes stains and spots already present

  • Reduces the effects of wear on furniture

  • Helps extend the life of the upholstery

  • Helps eliminate persistent odors

ServiceMaster Clean Technician Professional Upholstery Cleaning

Why Do-It-Yourself Isn’t Always Best

Upholstered items come in a variety of fabrics, textures, and blends. Cleaning upholstery incorrectly can cause shrinkage, color bleeding or discoloration. Our upholstery experts eliminate the guesswork and help homeowners avoid damaging upholstery. We select the best cleaning method for your upholstery and its condition, utilizing equipment created to remove the most soil possible. Furniture is an investment that can last for years, so skip doing it yourself and call ServiceMaster of White Plains.

TIPS on How to Keep Your Upholstery Looking Its Best

  • Plump up cushions often. Filling loses its ability to bounce back if not plumped up regularly. Plumping cushions will help them last longer.

  • Rotate cushions often. Cushions that are not rotated may experience premature and unnecessary wear.

  • Avoid direct sunlight. Modern furniture fabrics are usually very resilient to sunlight. However, under extreme exposure, even these fabrics show signs of fading. 

  • Vacuum. Upholstered furniture should be vacuumed on a regular basis to remove dust and loose dirt.

  • Couches and chairs with removable covers can be washed in the washing machine or dry cleaned, depending on the material.

  • Clean spots and spills quickly, as fresh stains are easier to remove.

    • To remove a spill, blot liquids with a dry, white absorbent cloth or plain white paper towels (no prints or colors).

    • Start at the outside of the spot and continue toward the center to prevent the stain from spreading. Continue blotting until the area is barely damp. Semisolids, like food spills, may need to be scooped up with a spoon. Solid, dried bits can be vacuumed up. Warning: do not scrub or use a brush. Scrubbing and brushes can damage the upholstery.

    • Pretest your chosen cleaner on a hidden area of your upholstery.

    • Follow the product’s directions carefully. Apply a small amount of the cleaner or white vinegar to a white cloth and work in gently, from the edges to the center. Blot; don’t scrub. Never use a brush. You may need to do this several times to remove the spot.

Recommended Cleaning Schedule 

To properly maintain your upholstered furniture, vacuum regularly, plump up and rotate cushions, as well as spot clean when needed. To keep your upholstery looking its best, furniture manufacturers recommend a professional cleaning every 12 to 24 months.

ServiceMASTER of White Plains

41 Columbus Ave.

New Rochelle, NY 10801

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