Upholstery Cleaning Tuscaloosa
If you need your upholstery cleaned, you should know that upholstery cleaning is not like carpet cleaning. There is no one method that can be used for all upholstery. In order to clean it properly, your cleaning tech must first analyze the piece to be cleaned and determine the construction of the piece, the content of the piece and the level of soiling. Only then can they choose the best cleaning method. Unfortunately, most Tuscaloosa carpet cleaners use one method for every piece. This is a recipe for disaster and leads to a lot of ruined upholstery. If you want your upholstery cleaned correctly, the first time, give us a call.
What is included in our upholstery cleaning.
- Step One
First, we take a detailed look at the piece to be cleaned. We look at how it is constructed and what it is made from. We also look for potential pitfalls like grease pen marks on the back of the upholstery made during assembly and other oddities. Only then can the best method for cleaning be chosen.
- Step Two
Next, we apply the proper preconditioning agent, based on the prior analysis. We then give it time to dwell.
- Step Three
We then rinse your upholstery to remove the pre-spray and soil from the piece.
- Step Four
If any spots made it through the cleaning process, they are now treated before we ask you to examine the furniture.
- Step Five
We ask that you examine the upholstery to make sure that it meets your standards.
Types of Upholstery
Here are some of the most common pieces of upholstery that we see in Tuscaloosa. Knowing how we define a particular piece can help you get accurate pricing over the phone.
- 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.