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Upholstery Cleaning

  • Upholstery Cleaning Pricing
  • $12 per linear foot – measured arm to arm
  • Fabric Protector: $2 per linear foot
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I use the latest in cleaning technology to restore your upholstered furniture to a like-new condition. My cleaning method leaves your upholstery cleaner and drier than other methods because of the patented jetless technology of my cleaning tools. It is the latest in upholstery cleaning and can handle some of the most delicate fabrics.

What do I get for my money?

All Packages Include the following:

  1. Pre-vacuum all surfaces
  2. Pretreat all stains / pre-scrub
  3. High-Flow Flush and Rinse all fabric

Upholstery Cleaning FAQs

What method do you use for upholstery cleaning?

Every piece of furniture is different both in construction and material. There is no one way to clean upholstery. I will test the fabric before cleaning to determine the proper way to clean your upholstery. I look at the fabric construction, fiber content, and dye stability. With this information, I will then choose the safest, most effective way to clean your furniture with the customized care you deserve.
How long will my furniture take to dry after upholstery cleaning?

My specialized upholstery cleaning tools use a patented technique to thoroughly clean your upholstery, while leaving it drier than other methods. Most pieces are dry within 1 hour. Some materials, such as cotton, may dry more slowly, taking 2-4 hours to dry.
Will upholstery cleaning make my furniture look new again?

Furniture is, of course, new only once. However, you would be amazed at what a good upholstery cleaning can do. I may be able to restore that problem piece to like-new condition. I will tell you in advance if your upholstery is worth cleaning before you are charged a dime. I can even do a test spot for you for at no charge.
My cushions have zippers. Can I just wash them in the laundry machine?

No, although some people have done so with acceptable results, it is not recommended. The reason that some cushions have zippers is that the manufacturer can get a tighter fit by using zippers instead of sewing. If you remove the covers and wash them, chances are they will shrink or distort and you will never get them back on correctly.