Furniture and Upholstery Cleaning
Safe Upholstery Cleaning
Upholstery can trap dirt, allergens and soils that wear down the fibers and dull the appearance. With upholstery cleaning from True Floor Care, your furniture will be revived and renewed for a cleaner, fresher look. We inspect upholstery for fiber type, physical defects, color fastness and staining. After, we use fabric-friendly cleaners that safely remove maximum soil.
Restore Your Furniture
How We Clean Upholstery
1) Thorough Inspection
Our upholstery cleaning service begins with our technicians thoroughly inspecting your upholstery. They will look at the fabric type, color, and age of the furniture to determine the best approach.
2) Spot Treatment
Our technicians will spot treat any areas on your couches, chairs, mattresses or other upholstered items that look like they need extra attention.
3) Deep Cleaning
After spot treating, the deep cleaning begins. Our upholstery cleaning machine injects hot water and our cleaning solution into the furniture to release dirt deep within the upholstery. Then, the machine extracts the water to remove the dirt.
4) Final Inspection
Finally, we will inspect with you to make sure you’re happy with your clean upholstery. Your upholstery will be dry within hours.
After examining your upholstery, they will determine the best furniture cleaning method to safely achieve the desired results.
We extract dirt, spots and allergens from upholstery, using IICRC certified cleaning products that are non-toxic and good for the environment so we can ensure our cleaning solution doesn't leave a residue.
Depending on the type of fabric, after your upholstery steam cleaning your furniture will be dry within 2 to 6 hours.
We specialize in cleaning all types of leather. We can confidently assess and identify different types of leather such as pigmented leather, aniline leather, Nubuck leather, and suede leather.
Microfiber couches are often made from polyester. Polyester is oleophilic, which means it attracts oils easily, especially those from pets and people. Despite its durability, microfiber often shows moisture-related rings from previous spot cleaning, perspiration and spills.