Steam cleaning: This is a common method for cleaning upholstery. It involves the use of hot water and steam to clean the fabric, removing dirt and stains.
Leather cleaning: This includes cleaning and conditioning leather furniture to maintain its texture and appearance.
Stain removal: This includes removing tough stains from upholstery, such as those caused by food, drinks, pets, or ink.
Odor removal: This includes removing unpleasant odors from upholstery, such as those caused by pets, smoke, or spills.
Fabric protection: This includes applying a protective coating to the fabric to prevent future stains and spills from penetrating the material.
Upholstery restoration: This includes repairing and restoring older or damaged upholstery, such as torn or frayed fabric.
Specialty upholstery cleaning: This includes cleaning specialty fabrics such as silk, velvet, and suede.
Mattress cleaning: This includes cleaning and sanitizing mattresses to remove dust mites, stains, and odors.
Pillow cleaning: This includes cleaning and sanitizing pillows to remove dust mites, stains, and odors.
Dry foam cleaning: This method uses a specialized cleaning machine that applies a dry foam to the fabric. The foam is then worked in with a brush and extracted, along with the dirt and stains.