Upholstery Cleaning

Upholstery CleaningDon't risk turning a bad situation into something worse by doing it yourself. Upholstery Cleaning stains and odors are often best left to the professionals. In fact, it is a good idea to have your furniture cleaned at the same time you have your carpets and air vents cleaned each year; not only does it keep your home looking good but it is more sanitary as well.

Recliner Cleaning

Before cleaning a recliner, I ask if there are any particular spots that might need special attention. Many times there are pet stains around the lower edges of the recliner where a pet likes to lay. The arms of the recliner are often very dirty and need extra cleaning. I start in the back of the recliner and work my way around the sides. I then open up the recliner so I can clean all the hidden areas of the recliner.

Couch Cleaning
Before cleaning a couch, I ask if there are any particular spots that might need special attention. Many times there are pet stains around the lower edges of the couch where a pet likes to lay. I remove the loose cushions from the couch and place them on the floor while I clean the couch. I start in the back of the couch, work my way around the sides, and then clean the front of the couch with my non-toxic all natural cleaner. After the couch is cleaned, I take each cushion and clean all 6 sides of it. After cleaning all of the loose cushions, I place them on the couch to dry.

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