Upholstery Cleaning

Is Your Upholstered Furniture in Need of a Revival?

Your sofa, your recliner, loveseat, upholstered chairs – if you’ve noticed puffs of dust arising when you sit, or come off of your furniture feeling a tackiness on your hands, it likely means your upholstery needs professional cleaning. While many people enjoy the wipe-down aspect of leather, not everyone enjoys the sensation of sitting on […]

How to Know When Your Upholstery Needs Cleaning

If you regularly use your furniture, you might be able to tell when it’s in need of a good clean. Off smells, unpleasant texture, and other factors might lead you to avoid sitting on your couch or preferring to throw blankets or covers over it. But you don’t have to suffer with a dingy couch […]

Keeping Your Furniture Looking Great with Pets in the Home

Family pets can cause daily wear and tear to your furniture, from scratches and tears caused by claw sharpening and scratching to stains left by urine or feces. However, you can minimize pet damage and keep from having to replace furniture by following these handy tips. Damage Prevention Keep your cats’ and dogs’ claws or […]

Goodbye Dirty Upholstery, Hello Clean Furniture

Like our carpets, curtains, and floors, furniture and upholstery can collect dirt and grime just as fast as everything else. From spilled drinks and food crumbs to pet dander, our furniture can amass an impressive collection of germs and dirt simply from everyday use. When it starts to feel a little too grimy for comfort, […]

How Often Should You Have Upholstery Cleaned?

Keeping your floors, windows, and curtains clean is a regular part of housecleaning, but you should also be checking your upholstery for dirt, grime, and dander. Sofas, armchairs, and even padded seats can collect just as much grime as your floors and countertops, and this may cause your furniture to smell bad or feel unpleasant […]

Give Your Upholstery a Quick Clean Before the New Year

You are probably on a sensible cleaning schedule for your carpet (twice a year, like clockwork); but can the same be said of your upholstered furniture? Upholstery is prone to much of the same kinds of build-up as carpet – minus the foot traffic types of grime, and plus the skin and body oil types […]