Upholstery Cleaning Alabaster
Need to have your upholstery cleaned? If so, you need to be choosey about which Alabaster carpet cleaning company that you hire. Unlike carpet, upholstery can be easily ruined with a poor choice of carpet cleaning. Most carpet cleaners take a one step approach to upholstery and treat every piece the same. This is a recipe for disaster and can lead to some ruined upholstery. Don’t let an untrained carpet cleaner ruin your furniture. At Cross Country, our technicians take the time to do it right. Here is what is involved in a typical upholstery cleaning.
Upholstery Cleaning Steps
- Step One
First our cleaning technicians will take the time to evaluate the piece to be cleaned. They will look for the fabric content, the type of construction, they will look for any damage that may be present and finally, they will analyze the level and type of soiling. After taking all of these things into consideration, a cleaning method is chosen.
- Step Two
Your furniture is dry vacuumed to remove loose soil and clean out the crevices.
- Step Three
If wet cleaning is the chosen method, an appropriate pre-treatment is applied to the fabric and agitated.
- Step Four
The pre-treatment is rinsed from the fabric, leaving your upholstery clean, soft and smelling fresh.
- Step Five
We will finish up by checking the piece for any spots that might have made it through the cleaning. They are treated and the upholstery is placed in a good position for drying.
Types of Upholstery
Here are common upholstery pieces that we see in Alabaster and their definition. You can use these definitions to help describe your piece when calling for pricing.
- Love Seats
Love seats are defined as a piece of furniture no more than 6 feet in length.
We define a couch as a piece of furniture between 6 and 8 feet long.
Sectionals are a piece of furniture over 8 feet in length.
- Recliner/Wingback Chairs
These are priced the same as they are overall, about the same size.
- Dining Chair
A dining chair is one that has only an upholstered seat and possibly back.
- Kitchen Chair
A kitchen chair has upholstered arms and possibly legs in addition to an upholstered seat and back.
We also clean a number of additional pieces. Call us for pricing and information on cleaning things such as chases, round chairs, futons, etc.