Carpet Cleaners In Clitheroe
Upholstery cleaned to a very high standard in Clitheroe. Sofas and suites cleaned and all aspect of furniture cleaning available at great rates!
Serving The Clitheroe
your local sofa cleaners
Heritage has been cleaning upholstery for many years in Clitheroe and sofa cleaning is our speciality. We clean all types of settees like 2 seaters, 3 seaters, 3 piece, L-shaped, corner sofas and pouffes. Footrests, arm-chairs and dining chairs can be cleaned too!
We are fully trained to clean all types of upholstery and insured up to two million pounds for your peace of mind. All of our staff are very courteous and friendly and go out of their way to help!
Call to book a free valuation for the work to be carried out. Free quotes are always offered so use our contact form provided to give more info and take advantage of our great value for money prices today!
all types of upholstery cleaned
All types of upholstery deep Cleaned
Our Upholstery cleaning methods
1. Prepare upholstery for wet cleaning.
2. Dilute product accordingly with water.
3. Place into pressure sprayer – set pressure to approximately 2 bar.
4. Spray onto a small inconspicuous area.
5. Dab with a clean white cloth to check for any colour transfer.
6. Apply product evenly across area. Spray approximately 5 to 10sqm
at a time.
7. Agitate the surface with either brush or rotary and allow up to five
minutes dwell time.
8. Extract & rinse using Fibre and Fabric Rinse.
9. Post spot using Prochem range of spotting products
10.Post brush to finish.
Upholstery Life and External Factors
We use industry-standard and other proprietary tests to ensure robust upholstery design. We also use this testing to validate how the upholstery will react and wear over time when exposed to a variety of external factors.
These factors can impact the longevity of upholstery and cause premature deterioration of its surfaces. It is the responsibility of the clinician to understand and regulate exposure to these elements to ensure the maximum useful life of the upholstery. The most common factors include:
• chemicals (disinfecting/cleaning)
• ultraviolet light (sunlight)
• humidity, heat, and high mineral content water
• abrasive applicators and cleaners
• body oils and non-colour-safe materials
Clean with water-based cleaning agents or mild, water-free dry cleaning solvents.
Soak up any excess moisture immediately with a clean, soft, white cloth.
For water-based stains, use a clean, soft, white cloth, a natural sponge, or nylon, soft-bristle brush with lukewarm, soapy water. Brush the stain with light, quick strokes—avoid a scrubbing motion. Work from the edge of the stain toward the centre. For oil-based stains, use a clean, soft, white cloth, a natural sponge, or nylon, soft-bristle brush with a water-free dry cleaning solvent. Brush the stain with light, quick strokes—avoid a scrubbing motion. Work from the edge of the stain toward the centre.
For insoluble stains (e.g. chewing gum, candle wax, etc.), use a plastic bag filled with ice to rub the stain until the substance becomes brittle. Use a clean, dull, flat knife to gently remove the substance. Once the stain has been removed, soak up all remaining cleaning solution with a damp, clean, soft, white cloth or natural sponge moistened slightly with cool, clean water. Completely remove all cleaning solution residue; leftover residue can attract soil over time. Allow the textile to dry thoroughly. Vacuum before using.
Treat stains promptly; the longer a stain remains on the textile, the more difficult it will be to remove.
Like with hard floor cleaning, always pre-test any cleaning method on an inconspicuous area.
Several light applications of a cleaning agent are less harmful than a single concentrated application; repeat stain treatment several
times if necessary. Never use heat to clean textiles; heat can set stains. Do not over-saturate the textile or let water pool in seams. A professional furniture cleaning service is recommended.
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