Furniture Cleaning in Tucson, Arizona
DON’T CRY OVER SPILLED MILK
Junior just spilled milk on the furniture, what do you do?
Happens all the time. Every day, families come home and go right to the furniture. Fabrics are subject to food, drink, dirt, grease, perspiration and all kinds of stains. Professionally steam clean to restore furniture’s beauty and charm.
HIGH PH CHEMICALS WEAR FABRIC THREE WAYS
High pH chemicals are dirt magnets. Soil buildup scratches fiber, wear follows.
High pH chemicals clean the fastest but leave the worst soap residue. Soap residue scratches fiber, wear follows.
High pH cleaning contains bleaches that fade dye. Color loss looks like wear.
WHAT CLEANING IS SUGGESTED
Give fabrics a fresh start with acid cleaning.
Acid cleaning rinses residues from previous high pH cleanings.
Acid cleaning strikes the dye and re-bonds the dye to the fiber, brightening colors intensely.
Acid cleaning softens fabrics to a gentle texture.
Acid cleaning preps the fabric to bond protective treatment.
WHAT ABOUT PROTECTIVE TREATMENT
Reapply the protective treatment you had when the furniture was new, it rubs off in two years.
Protective treatment is a protective layer, a soil and stain barrier. Fabrics are thin and flat, there is no place for dirt to hide. Protective treatment is needed to make fabrics last.
HOW CAN HOMEOWNERS PREVENT WEAR
Control soil, vacuuming dry soil and dust from furniture prolongs the life of the fabric. Vacuum areas that soil the most, seat cushions, headrests and armrests, biweekly.
HOW OFTEN SHOULD I CLEAN
You bought the furniture for comfort and beauty and to enhance the look of your home decor.
Furniture ages as fabrics wear. Professional soil extraction once a year will lift the soil and your spirits.
Remove food stains with an enzyme spotter.
Remove fruit, candy, soft drinks, coffee and wine with an acid spotter.
Remove crayon, tar, asphalt, makeup, lipstick, mascara with citrus solvent.
Remove paint, oil, grease and ink with P.O.G. (paint, oil and grease remover.)