Upholstery Steam Real Cleaning

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4 Basic Steps to Upholstery & Leather Spot Removal

1. Pre-test the spotting agent in an inconspicuous area and allow to dry.

2. Use the right spotter. Using the wrong chemical can ruin your furniture.

3. Always apply the spotter to a cloth. Never pour or spray a spotting agent directly on your furniture.

4. Remove it NOW. The longer you wait, the harder it will be to remove.

Our Upholstery Cleaning Procedure:

1. Dye testing. We'll pre-test the area for color fastness to determine if it can be wet or dry cleaned.

2. Soil suspension. A conditioning agent will be sprayed on and brushed in with a horsehair brush.

3. Extraction. Dry cleaning sponge are used to extract the soils.

4. Conditioning. All leather is protected and conditioned in order to keep the leather stain resistant, resistant to cracking, and soft.

4 Basic Step For Spot Removal

Upholstery Cleaning Codes

How to Pre-test a spotting Agent

How to identity Your Leather

What to Use on Upholstery

How to do Spot Removal on Leather

Cleaning Codes for Upholstery

* W: Spot clean with water-based cleaner.

* S: Spot clean ONLY with mild water-free dry cleaning solvent.

* WS: Spot clean with water-based or solvent cleaner.

* X: Clean only by vacuuming or light brushing.

The upholstery code should be located on a tag beneath the cushions. Use care with all upholstery, but epically with X and S codes.

Upholstery Spot Removal Tips

First, remember to pre-test any piece in an inconspicuous area BEFORE attempting spot removal. Allow the pre-tested area to dry. If discoloration or shrinkage occurs, do not use the product.

For W and WS coded upholstery, use a Neutral PH water based cleaner on spots such as food spills, drink spills, light grease, etc.

For S, W, and WS coded upholstery, use a small amount of dry cleaning solvent (such as Carbone available at Wal-Mart or rubbing alcohol) applied to a cloth for oil-based spots.

Our Upholstery Cleaning Procedure:

1. Pre-test an inconspicuous area.

2. Remove the excess soil with a spoon or extract liquids with a with a wet vacuum.

3. Apply the spotter to a clean cloth

4. Gently blot, using caution to not distort fibers.

Leather Spot Removal

You can determine if your leather is protected by lightly scratching an area with your fingernail. If the scratch is not seen, it is Protected. Otherwise you have a more natural Aniline or Nubuck leather. Types of Leather:

P-Protected-(Finished, Semi Aniline, Pigmented) Protected leather products are uniform in appearance and color. This will most likely to be the most durable leather type.

A- Aniline- (Natural, Pure, Naked) These are Leathers that are colored with transparent dye and have very little protective treatment added. This means you are able to see the actual surface grain markings.

N- Nubuck-(Chaps, Bomber, Suede) These are actually Aniline Leather in which the surface has been brushed, and has created a texture similar to velvet. Nubuck is particularly difficult to clean.

Leather Cleaning Steps

1. Pre-test an inconspicuous area.

2. Remove the excess soil with a spoon or extract liquids with a wet vacuum.

3. Apply spotter to a cloth and gently wipe.

4. Clean the entire section from seam to seam otherwise water rings may occur.

Upholstery cleaning
Upholstery cleaning
Upholstery cleaning

Our professionals have a variety of steam cleaners according to your cleaning requirement. Our cleaners have passed a training session before joining the job, all the cleaner on the job are trained and certified.