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1. Creative Upholstery Cleaning Experience in Handling Dog Off Smell
August 24, 2015

The furniture that looks oh, so comfy to you is just as inviting to your dog. If you opt to allow the dog to rest on the furniture, regular cleaning helps keep your sofa or chair smelling its best. Placing a blanket on the sofa just for your furry friend, after you've cleaned, also helps keep the odor contained and off the upholstery. Sitting down to relax and being overcome by stinky pet odor can ruin your night. It's even worse if you have company over. If the odor is due to your smelly pet snuggling on the sofa, you'll need to find her a new place to sleep. If an accident is to blame, ... (read more)

Author: Theresa Flores

2. If Not To Cut, What To Do When Carpet Cleaning Facing Gummy Gum Trouble
August 24, 2015

Unfortunately, gum can get tracked into your house on the bottom of your shoe and stick in your carpet. There are ways to remove gum from carpet if it embeds itself in carpet fibers. Most homeowners have been there – one child drops a piece of gum or candy, and another runs right over it. Before you know it, the sticky substance is ground into the carpet (or upholstery fibers), and you're sure you have no option but to cover that corner of the couch with a pillow or pull out the scissors to cut away at the damaged carpet. Resist that impulse – there are some cleaning tricks which are up ... (read more)

Author: Theresa Flores

3. Keep Yourself Updated to Level Up Your Upholstery Cleaning Knowledge on Sticky Sauce Stains
August 13, 2015

Make sure you blot. Never rub a stain into fabric; it will embed the stain into the material, making it harder to remove. Not easy but you need to try. Blot spills immediately with a clean, white cloth, and then clean the spot as quickly as you can. The more time that elapses, the more difficult it will be to remove stains. Although sauces compliments your fave food, it doesn't enhance upholstery. Eating tomato sauce while lounging on furniture makes upholstery vulnerable to red sauce stains. Tomato sauce permeates upholstery and eventually dries, leaving furniture blemished with crusty, ... (read more)

Author: Theresa Flores

4. What Intense of Care Can Carpet Cleaning Deal The Real Spots
August 12, 2015

The chance of removing the spot or stain from your carpet or upholstery is 75% greater if the spill is attended to immediately after it occurs. For most food or beverage spills or pet accidents, blot as much of the liquid or debris as possible with a dry cloth or paper towel. Next, use a white terry cloth towel, and press it deeply into the spill, blotting it dry. Don't rub or scrub your carpet or upholstery with a rag or brush, as that will only damage the fibers and permanently scar the appearance of your carpet or upholstery. Carpet can hold up to a pound of dirt per square foot before... (read more)

Author: Theresa Flores

5. Basic Upholstery Cleaning Can and Should Always Provide Required Protection
August 10, 2015

The best thing about maintaining upholstered furniture? It is easy to do it, and it does not take much time. The result? You get to have a great looking sofa year after year. No matter how carefully you treat your nice, upholstered furniture, the day will come when they will look a bit worse for wear. A few tips and tricks, however, can help you along the way to extending the life of your upholstered pieces. The useful life of upholstered furniture can be increased if the consumer follows a few simple fabric protection rules. It is important that a fabric be chosen that is appropriat... (read more)

Author: Theresa Flores

6. Make It Last, Make It Shine For Your Upholstery Cleaning Upgrade
July 26, 2015

Upholstered furniture is expensive and not something most people can replace whenever they feel like it or even when they need to! Therefore it's important to do everything you can to make your furniture look good for as long as possible. With daily use, stains and dirt can build up fast in any upholstered items. Make your furniture look like new! Steam cleaning can be helpful so learn the proper way. Even if you don't keep it until it wears out, if it's in good condition when you're ready to replace it, you can pass it on to someone who needs it or sell it and make a little money... (read more)

Author: Theresa Flores

7. Upholstery Cleaning to Intimidate Mold Formation
June 30, 2015

Once mildew finds a foothold in your home, it can spread quickly from one surface to another. To prevent damage to your furniture, wallpaper, books and carpets, rid infected items of mildew as soon as you discover it. Mold thrives in moist environments, and fabrics such as upholstery can absorb moisture from the air and provide an ideal place for mold and mildew to grow. It usually appears in patches, and can give off a foul, musty odor. One of the best ways to prevent future mold growth is to keep the area and items as dry as possible. If mildew has grown deep into your upholstere... (read more)

Author: Theresa Flores

8. What to Be Aware of Upon Using Solvents When Carpet Cleaning
June 23, 2015

To remove certain stains from upholstery and carpet, you often resort or opt to use solvents especially when there is no other way already. But what is it, and where can you find it, and is it environmentally safe? These solvents are generally petroleum based, and are therefore not great for the environment both because they come from a nonrenewable resource, but also because of some of the chemicals they contain within them. In addition, there is generally a pretty powerful smell when you use these solvents. Therefore, always work in a well-ventilated area when applying them. The mo... (read more)

Author: Theresa Flores

9. How Can Natural Upholstery Cleaning Benefits You
May 14, 2015

It is inevitable that the furniture will eventually need cleaning. Whether it is spot cleaning due to a spill or a thorough all-over cleaning, it is important to use the right products. While a person might be inclined to buy commercial cleaning products to do the trick, these products contain chemicals that aren't always environmentally or health friendly. Instead, one's kitchen is often filled with natural products that can safely be used to create all natural cleaning product recipes that are suitable for furniture. In addition to being eco-friendly, a person will also save a significant am... (read more)

Author: Theresa Flores

10. Maximize the Benefits of Upholstery Cleaning in a Proper Way
March 25, 2014

Even the cleanest people may forget that upholstery cleaning is an important part of keeping your house clean and a healthy place to live. There are a variety of health benefits that actually come from having upholstery cleaning done regularly and it is important that you take advantage of these benefits and having upholstery cleaning done on your upholstery. Cleaning furniture on your own at home is at times an extremely demanding task. But upholstery cleaning can be a bit more complicated than normal furniture. There is every possibility that upholstery will get unsightly stains, in par... (read more)

Author: Theresa Flores

11. Getting Up to Date With Proper Water Stain Upholstery Cleaning Effective Approach
March 25, 2014

The solution to removing water stains from cloth or fabric car seats is to focus on more than just the stains. With the aim of really cleaning them, you'll have to tackle the whole seat. It's not as hard as you may fear to remove water stains from upholstered furniture. All you need for this job are white towels and white distilled vinegar. You may also begin by filling a clean spray bottle with warmed distilled water. Mist the stained area and gently blot from the outside of the stained area to the inside using a clean white cloth. Make sure to blot with a clean area of the cloth ea... (read more)

Author: Theresa Flores

12. Proactive Way of Upholstery Cleaning
March 16, 2014

Should you clean it yourself or leave the job to the pros? That depends.Spills, stains and normal wear and tear can leave your upholstered furniture looking less than fresh.While manufacturers often recommend professional cleaning, many spots and stains can be treated at home without risk to the furniture. The easiest upholstery stains to clean are those that are treated while they are still fresh. The hardest to clean are grease and oil. Any very large stain may be best left to a upholstery cleaning professional.If the fabric is synthetic, you can usually safely clean it at home, since... (read more)

Author: Theresa Flores

13. Innovative Upholstery Cleaning of Different Furniture Type Over Tar Stains
October 26, 2013

If you see tar stains on your upholstery that got tracked in from outside repair work, don't think that your sofa is permanently ruined. Approach the stain like any other. Wipe off any excess matter and gently blot the area with appropriate cleaning solutions. Tar that has gotten on upholstered furniture can be removed with rubbing alcohol, and petroleum jelly is an effective and safe removal method for most leathers. With a little patience and a few cleaning products, you can remove a tar stain from your sofa. Tar Removal in Varied Type of Furniture Wooden Furniture Do n... (read more)

Author: Theresa Flores

14. What Could Be the Best Upholstery Cleaning After Flood for Water Stains Formation
October 25, 2013

If the water reached the upholstery, the fabric maybe stained or watermarked. If the chair or sofa was in the water for several hours or more, mud may have penetrated the fabric and padding. The padding will hold the water, causing mildew to grow inside and out. Porous, soft or spongy materials such as carpet, upholstered furniture, sheetrock and bedding that are soaked by flood water or rainwater are very difficult to dry quickly. With sufficient moisture, microorganisms can reproduce in these materials to numbers that can present a health risk after only 48 hours. The only way to effect... (read more)

Author: Theresa Flores

15. An Upholstery Cleaning Long Term Success
October 17, 2013

The quicker you respond to a stain on upholstery specially the leather type, the more likely you will be able to remove the spot yourself. It is important to determine the type of leather you're working with. Most of today's leather furniture will be made with top-coat protected leather which is generally safe to clean. Leather, the ever-popular furniture choice, can be kept luscious with a few simple strategies.Most people aren't aware that there are actually many different grades and types of leather, oil, chrome, and vege-tanned leather are just a few, and then there are true buckskin,... (read more)

Author: Theresa Flores

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