is the #1 enemy of upholstered furniture. Gritty matter blows in through open doors and windows and impregnates itself on your furniture cushions and back. Then when you sit on the cushion the oils from your skin compress the dirt into the fabric where it’s almost impossible to remove with vacuum cleaning.
The abrasive action of the grit pressing into the fiber CUTS the fibers like a knife – that’s why your furniture wears out. Then combine this with pollens, food crumbs, dust mites and their nasty fecal pellets…your furniture is literally awash with soil within a the short span of just a year (with an average family). If you have pets and kids your furniture needs to be cleaned thoroughly at least once a year.
are the result of soils that are not removed from Upholstered furniture on a regular basis. The byproduct of decaying living materials decomposing is a foul smell that characterizes furniture that has not been cleaned regularly.
Because today’s fabrics are designed to HIDE dirt with patterns and colors…But just because it doesn’t show doesn’t mean it’s not there.
If you’re a retired couple and live in your home 6 months a year…probably every 2 or 3 years. If you have an active family with 3-5 kids and pets – I suggest at LEAST twice a year.
Because Superior Steam Cleaners uses special cleaning agents that sanitize and remove soil from your fabric furniture with 230 degree hot water and professional cleaning products, tools, and techniques.
Most furniture cleaning is done by the linear foot, but factors such as soil conditions and the difficulty of the piece affect the price. We charge $95.00 to clean and protect an 8’sofa for example.
You benefit by having us apply our Fiberseal protectant any time we clean your carpets, rugs, and furniture. Our protectant makes it more difficult for spills, spots, and stains to PENETRATE to the interior of the fibers (where they cause permanent color change). The protectant keeps messes on the surface where they can be more easily cleaned.
Some fabrics have protectant applied during the manufacturing process. The protectants degrade over time with use and cleaning and must be “refreshed” from time to time.