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Pre-Inspect:

We will identify the material to determine any cleaning considerations and inspect for pre-existing conditions. Then, we will check for colorfastness and choose the best cleaning method for your upholstery.

Dry Soil Removal:

Your fabric is pre-vacuumed with a HEPA Commercial grade vacuum to remove bonded, dry soil.

Pre-Treat/ Pre-Spray:

Any potential spots, odors will be pre-treated with special solutions to increase chances of removal. All fabric will be treated with a cleaning solution.

Agitate:

The fabric will then be gently groomed using soft upholstery brushes to loosen soil.

Cleaning Process:

Most upholstery is cleaned with hot water extraction. The type of fabric decides the best method of cleaning. Other methods of cleaning delicate fabrics are: Wet Shampoo, Dry Foam, Dry Clean Extraction, Hand Dry Cleaning, and Dry-Wet-Dry Cleaning. These methods are especially designed to get maximum cleaning while protecting sensitive, natural fibers.

Post Spot:

Any remaining spots will be treated with special stain removal products.

Apply Fabric Protection (recommended):

At the customer’s discretion, a protector can be applied to the upholstery. This will protect your fabric from general dirt and grime as well as water-based or oil-based stains. After the protector is applied, liquids will bead up on the surface rather than soaking in so they can be easily blotted up and dirt particles will not cling to the upholstery’s fibers.

Ph Neutralizer/Groom:

This conditioner is applied as a light mist.The fabric is groomed post-cleaning using a special brush used to set the pile in one direction which aids in drying and gives the piece a better, softer feel and visual look once dry.

Speed Dry:

Once the soil is rinsed away, the rug is dried flat or hung to dry in a controlled environment with air movement. Proper drying is essential to avoid unnatural shrinkage.

Post Inspect:

Once the job is completed, we re-inspect the carpet with you to ensure that all the work was done to your satisfaction.