Upholstery Cleaning Cork
Because of the delicate nature of upholstery fabrics the an Upholstery Cleaning Cork cleaner will first test the fabric to determine which process should be used. All Brite has three upholstery cleaning processes for the up keep of your upholstery.
Michael will pre- test for possible shrinkage potential colour bleeding, possible loss of texture or body on chintz or possible crush distortion on velvet.
The Cleaning Process
The most popular upholstery cleaning method is hot water extraction or steam cleaning. AllBrite uses non toxic water based upholstery cleaning solution. All Brite pre treats the the most heavily soiled areas of the fabric such as the arm rests and the head rest of the couch. We then spray the cleaning solution on to the fabric agitate the solution extract the solution all in two motions to prevent it from soaking in to the fabric. After the upholstery cleaning process we then spot clean any spots such as oil grease . We then use an air mover to help speed up the drying process. Your average 3pc suite will take 2 hrs to clean so if possible you should have All Brite clean your upholstery in the morning. Fabrics such as herculon require this cleaning process
Dry-wet-dry upholstery cleaning process is used on fabrics that are sensitive to wet cleaning. This process helps avoid problems such as browning and bleeding of fabrics.
Dry cleaning is always used on delicate fabrics. All Brite sprays a dry volatile solvent on to your fabric then agitate with a white towel.this is not a deep clean so you should always clean your fabric before it gets too soiled.
Having your Upholstery Cleaning Cork technician apply Teflon protector on your furniture after cleaning will help you to keep your upholstery clean.
Regular vacuuming will also help. Do not spot clean with an oil based cleaning product.