Sofa Cleaning: Frequently Asked Questions03/28/2014 Back To Blog
One only has to consider how often the average couch or sofa is sat upon each day to realize why high quality sofa cleaning is no joke, but a serious matter for any homeowner dedicated to seeing their home cleaned properly. For some handy and simple solutions to dirty sofas, read the following tips and tricks.
What should I do in Order to Fix Sudden Stains and Spills?
These are what most often trigger a sudden interest in couch cleaning. A person is sitting on the couch, eating or drinking, and something drops onto the couch, leaving its mark. To remove accidental spillages onto the couch, the best way to is apply a cleaning product. Upholstery cleaners can be applied to the stain immediately for best results. Simply spray it on according to the directions, let it soak, and then scrub the spot until it becomes clean.
Where do I Find one of these Products? Are they Harmful to the Environment?
Upholstery cleaners can be bought at just about any retail store or online. There are even eco-friendly products for the conscientious home owner looking to have a minimal impact on the environment. Be sure to have at least one on hand for the variety of spills and accidents which are sure to happen as part of life. Others can be constructed at home out of cleaning products you already have, such as water and vinegar, and those are also very eco-friendly and harmless to touch.
My Sofa looks Fine. Should I still Call and have Somebody Clean it?
Regular couch cleaning and maintenance is still important even if the couch “looks” fine. The service is meant to provide a baseline of cleanliness for your furniture and upholstery, and can be achieved by thoroughly cleaning your furnishings. This will not only remove any visible stains, but also remove the many microbes, dust, and other particles from your couches and chairs.
How do I Clean a Microfiber Sofa?
Microfiber sofa cleaning starts by vacuuming the outer surfaces of the couch, scrubbing out any visible stains. Then, remove the cushions to clean the hidden areas. Next, check the tag to see what products are safe. If you see a W, use a water based solvent, if you see an S, use a water free solvent, S/W could be either and X means no cleaning solution, you are done!