Furniture As Well As Carpets Need Cleaning And Care

Upholstery cleaning

You’ve trusted us with cleaning your carpets. Now, it’s time to talk about a bigger home investment – your furniture. It’s given you a place to cut back and relax. But, after an extended time period without cleaning, your upholstered furniture will begin to look tired and old. It becomes home to dust, pollen, germs, food crumbs, stains and blemishes. In fact, 80% of dust and dirt that is brought into your home winds up on your upholstered furniture.

Most furniture manufacturers recommend that you have your upholstered furniture professionally cleaned every 24 to 48 months. But, if there are kids or pets in the home, cleanings should be much more frequent for the overall health for everyone in the home.

We begin each upholstery job by determining which of our products is best for cleaning your upholstery without damaging the fabric. Then, Orion Cleaning uses the same hot water extraction method on you upholstered furniture that we use on your carpets. It releases dirt, soil and airborne allergens from the furniture fabrics.  It is safe for your family and pets, dries fast and resists re-soiling. There are no soaps or detergents left behind.  These can leave a dirt-attracting residue.

Following Orion’s thorough cleaning, we can help prevent your upholstery from re-soiling and can also help prevent unhealthy allergens and bacteria from taking up residence on you upholstered furniture.

Orion can also apply a protective coating to help create an invisible barrier between the upholstered furniture and possible stains. The protective coating improves resistance to soil, stains and wear and tear. It will keep your upholstery looking great all year long, and this will also help to keep it cleaner for longer periods of time.

Orion can finish the job with a special deodorizer that eliminates, not covers up, odors. It will give your furniture a fresh clean scent.

When our job is done, allow a couple of hours for the upholstered furniture to dry. Depending on the fabrics and the condition of the fabrics, you may need to allow the furniture to dry overnight.

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