Furniture and fabric manufacturers recommend that consumers not wait until severe soiling occurs before cleaning. The greater the soiling, the less the likelihood of restoring the fabric's original color, appearance, and texture, and the greater adverse effect on indoor environmental quality. Upholstered furniture can contain a wider variety of soil than can be found in carpeting. Many of the contaminants in upholstery not only come from simple soil, but come directly from contact with human skin and animal fur. These soils contain high amounts of bodily secretions such as perspiration, dander, as well as skin and hair oils. Therefore, keeping your upholstery clean is very important to maintaining a healthy home environment. Since upholstery can be made of more delicate fabrics, such as cotton, silk, and rayon, and can contain sensitive dyes, upholstery cleaning requires more advanced education to ensure quality results. Trust Anderson's Cleaning & Restoration to deep clean your furniture in a way that keeps them fresh for longer. Call today to hear how we can better serve you and your upholstery in Crestview & Fort Walton Beach, FL!