Furniture And Upholstery Cleaning
Williams Cleaning & Restoration is committed to providing quality upholstery cleaning at affordable prices.
Get your furniture and upholstery steamed cleaned today. After our professional furniture cleaning services, you and your family can relax knowing your furniture is fresh and clean. Removing the dirt from your furniture will give it a brighter appeal and a fresh scent.
Because upholstery materials are different, you need an expert upholstery cleaning service. Williams Cleaning & Restoration can handle any upholstery cleaning challenge. We specialize in both carpet and upholstery cleaning, and have experience with the full range of tools used for different sorts of fabrics and materials.
Williams Cleaning & Restoration understands the different chemicals and procedures, and how they work. We will also apply the best treatments to your upholstery to ensure that it stays cleaner for longer after it has been cleaned. You can rely on us every step of the way.
7 Tips To Keep Your Upholstery Fresh, Clean & Healthy
Vacuum dust & dirt from all fabric, cracks & crevasses so it does not cause abrasion to the fabric. Think of how much dust would accumulate on a table if it were never dusted. That same amount is on your sofa, too. You just can’t see it.
Reapply fabric protection after professional cleaning.
Rotate all loose cushions frequently to assure even wear. Most couch cushions are reversible but people seldom take advantage of this. Every two weeks when you vacuum your furniture flip the cushions over. This will spread out the wear and make your furniture last much longer.
Protect your upholstery from the sun. Ultraviolet light can cause deterioration or fading.
Keep pets off of furniture. Pet's body oils rub off and are very difficult to remove.
Use caution with clothing such as Blue Jeans. Fabric dyes can transfer onto upholstered furniture.
If you have animals get a rubber dish glove. The dish glove will make it easy to remove hair from the furniture. Simply put it on and rub your hand over the fabric. You will see that the hair bunches up into clumps making it easy to pick up and vacuum up. Other options include wrapping tape around your hand, sticky side out; using a clothing lint remover; or using a clothing brush to collect the hair.