Having your upholstery professionally cleaned is a great way to extend the life of your furniture and to freshen up your pieces to make them feel like new. As with any investment, you want your upholstery cleaning to last as long as possible and look as fresh as it did when it got cleaned. Plastic covers on your furniture will go a long way toward protecting it, but who wants to live that way? Here are some tips to help you keep upholstery clean without using plastic covers.
Arm Rest & Slip Covers
These fabric covers help protect the most parts of your furniture most prone to wear without having to sit on plastic. You can sacrifice these items to daily use, as they absorb the impact of the wear, oils, and dirt. Staying on top of these items staying in place will go a long way toward preserving your furniture.
Regular Light Cleaning
Give your furniture a light cleaning on a regular basis. Dirt and oils will wear down the fabric if left in- particularly when furniture is used frequently. A dust buster and a damp rag are good enough for most fabrics.
You’re more than likely familiar with this popular product that essentially serves as an invisible plastic sheet. Scotchgard is an agent that seeps into the fabric and prevents dirt and oils from working their ways into the fine fibers where it can grind and decompose your upholstery from the inside.
These are just some tips on keeping your upholstery looking and feeling brand new, however, a regular professional upholstery cleaning from Steamatic of Arkansas can help your furniture stay looking fresh. Need your carpet cleaned as well? No worries, Steamatic is Arkansas’ expert in home carpet cleaning which makes your carpet look brand new again.
We service clients throughout the state of Arkansas including: Pulaski County, Saline County, Garland County, Faulkner County, Lonoke County, Conway County, Pope County, Prairie County, Cleburne County, White County, Van Buren County, Yell County, Montgomery County, Hot Spring County, Hempstead County, Pike County, Clark County, Grant County, Perry County and our main offices are located in Little Rock and Hot Springs. For larger jobs we will service all of Arkansas.