Upholstery Cleaning

Did you know that Carpet Cleaning Professionals can make your furniture look new and smell fresh again? So don't replace your favorite sofa or chair, let our experts restore the beauty and extend the life of your favorite upholstered furniture.

Our qualified technicians specialise in cleaning all types of upholstery, using either the steam or dry cleaning methods. Even specialised fabrics such as cotton and tapestry can be effectively cleaned without being damaged or discolored.

With our commercial grade deep upholstery cleaning system, your sofa, loveseat, recliner or any other piece of furniture can look near new again. So don't go out and buy new furniture and don't be embarrassed by your sofa set. We can help make you feel good about your furniture again.

We use non-toxic chemicals that are child and pet safe and our technicians are specially trained to work on range of fabrics such as cotton, linen, velvet, velour, berber, brocades, polyester and poly cotton combinations.

Before we proceed with the cleaning process, our qualified technicians will pre-inspect the condition of your furniture to encounter for any spots and stains on your furniture, as well as tears and other visible damage.

The next step is to vacuum the wanted area and remove the dry soil as well as other harmful allergens. Next we apply the pre-treatment solution to work on the fabric. Finally, the water and the released dirt is extracted by the high power vacuums, accelerating the drying time.

After the cleaning process, we recommend applying the Teflon Advanced fabric protector to help keep your fabric cleaner, brighter and fresher. 

Upholstery Cleaning
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