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Upholstery Cleaning

“We Get Your Upholstery Clean and Keep it Clean”

Body oils are the biggest enemy to your upholstered furniture. CleanWorks uses cleaning agents and process to emulsify and remove these oils and brighten the appearance of your upholstery.  Removing these oily soils also helps to slow down the re-soiling process.

A simple truth: all surfaces get dirty. Build-up of dirt and oily grime on upholstered furniture, fabric covered walls and partitions shortens the life of these surfaces. Remember: whatever gets on fabric, gets in fabric.

Soiled fabric looks faded and drab. When that’s the case, “We Get it Clean” and replace the faded look with a clean that’s real, and healthier too.

CleanWorks technicians never begin cleaning fabric or leather surface before pre-testing and evaluating the safest cleaning method for each material. It is safer for you and for us to know what works before we get it clean and keep it clean.

Your fabric and leather surfaces are assets worth keeping clean. All that’s needed to revive fabric texture, color and personal comfort is a CleanWorks cleaning. Our trained professionals know what to do – and what to avoid – to guarantee total customer satisfaction. Let them show you what truly clean upholstered furniture, wall hangings and fabric partitions look like.

Our services include:

  • Free written estimate
  • No hidden charges
  • Technicians in uniform
  • Expertise in cleaning difficult fabrics
  • A nose for odor removal
  • We handle any size cleaning job
  • Certified & insured for your protection
  • Complete satisfaction guarantee

Make Your Couch Shiny Again!"

Upholstery Cleaning FAQ's

A: Cleaning frequency should be dictated by use. If the upholstery is rarely used, cleaning frequency might be as much as 2 years. However, furniture that is used daily should be cleaned every year. One of the big challenges for upholstery cleaning is body oil and hair oil. These build up over time, attract other soils, and can be difficult if not impossible to remove when not removed on a regular basis. Always defer to the manufacturer for any specific requirements of your upholstery.

A: A disinfectant kills micro-organisms, such as bacteria. Alcohols, quaternary ammonium compounds, bleach, and formaldehyde are examples of disinfectant chemicals. The standard cleaning process does not include application of disinfectants. Application of a disinfectant can be provided at additional charge to most upholstery fabrics. Ask about your particular situation when you contact us.

A: In virtually all cases the answer is yes. When you contact us, simply let us know about the label designation. Dry cleaning uses solvent instead of water as the cleaning medium. We use a cleaning technique in these situations that allows us to clean your dry clean fabrics safely and effectively.

A: Furniture is typically completely dry within 2-3 hours. To test: with a Kleenex, push down on the fabric and see if you get any moisture transfer.

A: Yes we do. Specialty fabrics are typically natural fibers, such as wool, cotton, and silk. These fibers require special attention and specific cleaning agents.

A: Improper cleaning will void your manufacturer’s warranty, as will lack of proper maintenance. Proper cleaning by a trained professional should not void your warranty. Naturally, you should read your warranty paperwork if there are concerns.

A: Proper, professional cleaning will not shrink your fabric.

A: As you might expect, we can’t make any guaranty about stain removal, but our process is effective at removing most spots and spills.

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