Every time you sit on your sofa, you add a little more soil to its fibres. That might be dust and dirt brought in on your clothing, particles of food, or even oils and greases from skin and hair as we relax in our favourite chair in the evening, not to mention the odd spillage. Over time, this accumulates in the fibres of your upholstery, and your furniture starts to look dull and discoloured. Soil particles can also prematurely age your upholstery as, each time you sit down, those particles are pressed against the fibres in your fabric, permanently abrading them.
Regular cleaning can restore your furniture's good looks and, especially if you select our upholstery protection option, can keep it looking cleaner for longer.
I will first identify the type of fibre used in your upholstery fabric so that we can select the best possible method of cleaning. Some fabrics will respond very well to hot water extraction, using a specialist upholstery extraction tool, whilst others would be permanently damaged by this approach, and will require hand cleaning with specialised cleaning products. I am fully trained and accredited by the IICRC, so you can be sure you are in safe hands.