Clean upholstery lasts longer, so regular treatments by the experienced crew at All Pro Quality Cleaning Services help you get more years out of your upholstered furniture.
In general, your upholstery needs a professional cleaning once every 12 to 18 months, but if you have pets or children, more frequent cleanings may be required.
Various environmental factors also can affect your furniture’s cleaning needs, so be sure to ask when you call for a free quote.
All-Pro Quality Technicians take special care to utilize the right method in cleaning and reviving your furniture and upholstery. It is important to understand the type of fibers used in the making of your furniture to better clean and protect the quality while removing any dirt, soils, stains, and allergens from it.
Our shield Protectant increases the durability of your furniture defending against everyday wear and tear. In efforts to extend the life of your upholstery, All Pro-quality Technicians utilize our special protectant to prevent damage and stains from spills, kids, and pets.
Frequently Asked Questions
First, it is important to examine the type of material and fabrics that your furniture is made of as well as the level of soiling from dirt, stains, and spots that are on it. Based on the different types of fabrics a method of cleaning is chosen.
Some fabrics and materials you are able to utilize water, some a specific solvent-based solution is required while others only vacuums can be used.
At All-Pro Quality Cleaning we are equipped with all the tools necessary to extract dirt, allergens, all types of spills and spots from your furniture and upholstery so Call Now!
The dry time of different furniture and upholstery is based on the size of the items as well as the type of material, but typically it ranges around 2-7 hours.
A professional upholstery cleaning is recommended at least 1 to 2 times a year to relieve your furniture of dirt and allergens that typical household products and tools can’t do. If your household has pets it’s better to have a cleaning done a little more frequently to extend the life of your upholstery.