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What happens when you don't clean your sofa?

What's the most-used room in your home? We'd put our money on your living room. It's also safe to say that furniture like your couch is the most-used item in your house—by not only you but also your guests.
Every time you and your guests sit on your couch, oils from your body, dirt, pollen, and other particles from your clothes fall off and find a new home, in the fabric of your furniture.

Your upholstered furniture collects pet dander and dirt, among many other things, until it's overflowing.
When the sun is shining through the window just right, you can see the cloud of dust and more launching up into the air. That's because there's just nowhere else to go for those particles. The furniture fabrics are completely full of dead skin cells, dust, pollen, dirt, and more.

When you see these tiny particles in the air around your furniture, it's time for a cleaning. A deep cleaning.
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Avoid Allergies and Furniture Damage

When furniture goes without cleaning for more than 12 months, it can cause increased allergies as wells as long-term furniture damage.

This is especially true in homes with pets. Pet hair, dander and body oils can accumulate causing foul odors and these oils will also attract dirt and dust.

Pollen can be trapped in your furniture year-round, resulting in a cloud of pollen in your living room every time you sit down.

Extend the life of your furniture

Additionally, if you do not clean your furniture regularly the residue can become intertwined within the fibers of the fabric, causing long-term damage.

Professional upholstery cleaning can save you money by extending the life of your furniture.

With safe and eco-friendly cleaning solutions, your professional cleaning provides a better home, a better smell, and better comfort for you and your guests.
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How to clean upholstery?


Step 1: Vacuum
Your furniture has an abundance of particles and food crumbs hiding inside. Before doing any cleaning yourself, it's important to vacuum any larger particles and get them out of the way quickly. Other things like pollen and dirt will need cleaning supplies and elbow grease.

Step 2: Know Your Fabric
Cleaning tips always depend on the type of fabric that's on your upholstery furniture. Cleaning products can damage certain fabrics if you're not careful.

Find out the exact type of fabric on your furniture before using chemicals. Dish soap is a simple answer that works with most fabrics. For the best results, contact Pure Clean as your professional choice.


Fabric Cleaning Codes:

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Water Based Cleaner - Spot clean using the foam only from a water-based cleaning agent such as a mild detergent or non-solvent upholstery shampoo product. Apply foam with a soft brush in a circular motion. Vacuum when dry.

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Solvent Cleaner - Spot clean using mild water-free solvent or dry cleaning product. Clean only in a well ventilated room and avoid any product containing Carbon Tetrachloride or other toxic materials.

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Water / Solvent Cleaner - Spot clean with a mild solvent, an upholstery shampoo or the foam from a mild detergent. When using a solvent or dry cleaning product, follow the instructions carefully and clean only in a well ventilated room. Avoid any product that contains Carbon Tetrachloride or other toxic materials. With either method, pretest a small area before proceeding.

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Vacuum Only - Clean this fabric only by vacuuming or light brushing to prevent accumulation of dust and grime. Water-based foam cleaners or solvent-based cleaning agents of any kind may cause excessive shrinking, staining or distortion of the surface pile and therefore should not be used.

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Dry Clean Only

Step 3: Wash and Clean
If any stains on the furniture stick out, attack those first. Keep in mind that rough scrubbing is like taking sandpaper to your fabrics. It's important to attack the problem at the source, separating the unwanted particles from the fibers of the fabric.

Blot stains with a white cloth, don't scrub or agitate stains as this has a potential to spread the stain even more. Blotting will gently lift the stain from the fabric without causing the stain to spread.

Use a safe cleaning solution with water to achieve the clean you want. After spot cleaning, do your best to reach all the sections of the furniture. For the best results, and an affordable job, contact a professional.

After completing all the steps, let the damp upholstery dry. Without proper drying and ventilation, mildew and mold could damage the fabrics.

What are some DIY ways of cleaning car upholstery?

You can use household items to clean leather and other firm fabrics in your car. Start with a cleaning solution that will tackle unwanted dirt and particles in the seat.
 
  • Dilute a teaspoon of dish soap in 32 oz of warm to hot water
  • Put the solution in a handheld spray bottle and spray on problem areas
  • Gently agitate the surface with the solution
  • Use clean water in a spray bottle to rinse followed by an extraction with a wet/dry vacuum 
  • Continue process until foaming stops and all soap is rinsed from the fibers

 
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What are the benefits of upholstery cleaning services?

 

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Fewer Allergy Issues

Allergies can worsen over time. An environment of pollen and dirt constantly circulating in the area from a couch or other furniture can create an endless cycle of runny noses and itchy, watery eyes.
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Safe for Kids and Pets

Water-based cleaning supplies and solutions keep the area safe for kids and pets after the cleaning is complete.
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Buy Furniture Less Often

If you don't take care of your furniture, it can deteriorate at an exponential rate. For extended furniture life, keep your couch clean with a professional upholstery cleaning once every 6-12 months.
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