Upholstered Furniture Cleaning

Our cleaning services include all upholstered furniture and fabrics that are safe to be cleaned with water soluble solutions.

In addition, we offer Dupont Teflon Protection treatment to keep your furniture fresh, clean and protected from spills and soil. Every piece of furniture is different in the way it is made and the materials from which it is made.

Therefore, we test the fabrics before the cleaning process has begun to determine the proper cleaning method of your furniture. Most pieces dry within 1 to 2 hours. However there are exceptions, cotton may take from 6 to 8 hours to dry. Furniture is only new once, but you will be amazed at the success our technicians achieve in restoring your furniture to its original beauty. And, as with all of our services, cleaning your furniture is backed by the same satisfaction guarantee.

What type of cleaning does my Upholstered Furniture use? Cleaning codes can be typically found under the seat cushions

W If you find a "W" on your furniture you are in luck, as it means your piece can be cleaned with water. This would mean you will be safe if you use an upholstery/carpet cleaner (by using the attachments) on your spill or stain. This is the most durable type of fabric you can buy and is ideal for furniture that will see a high volume of use or spills ( dining room chairs, living room couches and chairs)..
S If you find an "S" on your furniture it means that it MUST be cleaned with cleaning solvents (dry clean only) and will not react well if water is applied to it. Spot cleaning is only advised if the product is meant for home dry cleaning use. Most employee owned grocery stores will typically carry one product of this nature as your local carpet cleaner often sells their product to them. (Make sure that after using a product of this nature to use a blow dryer to dry the spot so it doesn't leave a ring!) Do not allow your piece to become outlandishly dirty if you plan on being happy with the professional cleaning results you will get. Stains, spills or dirt in general should be cleaned as soon as possible to retain the longevity of the colors and the fabric.
S/W This code means a combination of dry cleaning solvents and water can be used. It's not often seen and is often times best left to the professionals to clean something with this type of code. If that isn't in the budget, use furniture with the S/W code in low traffic areas and clean spots ASAP before they have a chance to set in. It is best to use a solvent based cleaner if you have it on hand.
X orZ This code isn't often seen anymore, but it does appear frequently on fabric blinds and shades. It means the item is NOT cleanable and is vacuum-only!! Check with a local furniture restoration shop on the best method to clean a piece of this nature.