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Having a skilled cleaner come to your home or office to clean your upholstery will make all the difference. Sure, you could get an in-home machine, but will you know the difference in the fibers and the stains and how to treat them without ruining your furniture? Here at The Specialists, we do. Our technicians are IICRC certified and are constantly learning and honing our craft.
There are many types of fabrics, let’s take a look a couple of them.
Cellulosic. This is the most common fiber found in fabrics. It is plant based. Cotton, Chintz, linen and jute are a few that you would hear about. There are some man-made cellulosic materials such as rayon or acetate. They are most popular in furniture as they have a breathable feel to the skin, and give a lot of styling varieties as well.
Synthetic. These are commonly known as nylon, polyester, acrylic, olefin (or polypropylene) and Rayon.
Each of these have very specific needs when it comes to cleaning and stain removal. We here at The Specialists can help keep these types of fabric and many more types clean as well.
Do you really need to clean your upholstery regularly? The answer is yes! From Davis to Shingle Springs, Elk Grove, Folsom, Sacramento and all points in between, here are several reasons why your upholstery needs to be cleaned.
First, it will help keep the beauty of your furniture. Many people don’t maintain their upholstery and often don’t try a professional cleaning before buying new. Take a look at our before and after gallery to see some amazing results! This will help you extend the life of your furniture and in the end, save you money by not having to replace it as often!
Second, it helps cut down on dust and other allergens that can build up naturally. Regularly professionally cleaning your upholstery will help keep you healthier! By keeping all of your textiles cleaned professionally, it helps the air quality of your home to be healthier.
It will also help keep your home smelling fresher. All fabric will act as a filter of sorts. It not only will absorb what is spilled or dropped, it will absorb smells. Oils from your skin, perfumes or colognes you may wear, that diaper someone changed on your sofa or that beloved 4-legged family member just laying on your furniture all add up to smells that build up that you may not notice. Sure, you could use a commercial fabric freshener, but is it really clean or did it just do a good job of covering up the smell? Only a certified professional cleaning can get those out.
From Davis to El Dorado Hills, Folsom, Granite Bay, Lincoln and all points in between, we are here to help keep your home looking beautiful.