JP Carpet Cleaning Expert Floor Care has released a free tip sheet to help anyone with furniture cut through the clutter and get to the most important aspects of Upholstery cleaning and maintenance that are essential for success. More tips for their other services, including tile and grout cleaning and carpet cleaning, can be found on their website, https://www.jpcarpetandfloorcare.com/
Upholstery cleaning requires a deep cleaning when it’s first brought home. – When first brought home, new furniture: couches, chairs, ottomans, bedframes, or whatever new piece of furniture has been purchased, must be professionally cleaned. When leaving the warehouse, most furniture manufacturers allow the furniture to go through a process called out-gassing. This is a process by which the formaldehyde-based adhesives used to put the furniture pieces together, is allowed to “air out” or out-gas. The process actually can take up to 10 years for modern furniture and can result in rashes and other reactions when used. To avoid or alleviate this problem, upholstery steam cleaning may be the solution. Upholstery steam cleaning opens the fibers of the fabric and helps to remove some toxins that rest in the fabric.
Liquids should never be allowed to soak into upholstery. – No matter the type of fabric, spills should never be allowed to sit. This may seem like common sense, but even something as simple as water can soak deep into the cushions and, if not extracted or made to dry, can create a musty smell in the fabric. Upholstery steam cleaning is a great way to ensure this does not happen with any type of spill, from water to juice, or any other type of liquid. Steam cleaning is important because of the patented extraction procedure. By extracting the water, the fibers of the fabric are able to dry quickly and cleanly, leaving nothing but fresh smells behind. Further, when steam cleaning upholstery it is important to always apply a fabric protectant. This protectant will aid in keeping the liquids from soaking into the furniture and staining.
Every type of upholstery fabric has a different cleaning method. – Each type of upholstery fabric is different, and while the steam cleaning method will work for most types of fabric, it may not work for all. Crushed velvet, for example, can be steam cleaned, but it must be brushed afterwards and sometime the chemical treatment that “crushed” the velvet will not reassert. Every piece of furniture has a tag that describes the manufacturer recommended method of cleaning.
When asked about the reasons behind the tip sheet, Peter, Creator of JP Carpet Cleaning Expert Floor Care said,
“We spend time to choose the perfect piece of furniture for every room in our house. It’s important to spend as much time protecting our investment. These tips, along with regular upholstery steam cleaning, will help you maintain the beauty of your upholstery for years to come.”
The tip sheet is available for free and anyone with furniture is encouraged to share the tips with others who find the information useful. Any questions can be answered by going to the company website, https://www.jpcarpetandfloorcare.com/ and filling out the contact form there.
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