How do we clean upholstery?
You picked your furniture because it was the perfect match for your décor. Perhaps some time has passed and its now ready to be freshened up. What to do? Call Powers Cleaning for the ultimate in upholstery care and cleaning. Whether your furniture is covered in natural or synthetic fibers, we have a cleaning solution.
Before we provide a quote, we will pre-inspect the condition of fabric to make sure it can be wet cleaned. We will determine if your sofa is natural or synthetic. Perhaps you have wool, haitian cotton, or rayon fabric. Fantastic. We have cleaning solutions for fine fabric so you know your lovely sofa is safe in our hands. A common fabric these days is polyester fiber. Its actually a very good resilient covering for your sofa due to the stain resistance, but polyester is an oil magnet. So we employ the best pre-conditioners to emulsify the oils on polyester upholstery. Another common type of fiber is nylon, which does not attract oils, but comes from the factory with scotchguard or teflon. This tells us that we have to adjust our cleaning solutions to gently remove dirt without disrupting your stain resistance coating.
What types of upholstery do we clean?
What pieces of furniture does Powers clean in the Greater Sacramento area? Anything! Sofa, loveseats, ottomans, kitchen chairs, mattresses, reclining chairs, and outdoor furniture. If it is covered with fabric, we can clean it!
What about dry time?
How long does it take to dry? Depending on the fabric type and degree of soiling, it may take 1 hour to 24 hours. For example, a polyester fiber does not absorb much moisture when we’re cleaning, so it will be dry literally before we are packed up and about to leave your home. In contrast, a wool or cotton sofa is very absorbent and they may lead to a 4 hour dry time. If an animal had a few accidents on your sofa and we have to neutralize odors, it could take up to 24 hours to dry.
So feel confident you are in good hands with Powers Cleaning! They will treat your sofa like it was their own!