Cleaning your couches, chairs and futons need to be approached with care. Amateur, DIY jobs can result in permanent damage to your furniture. Our upholstery cleaners are skillfully trained to ensure your assets are cleaned in line with the required standards. Cleaning specialists are able to provide upholstery cleaning services for a range of different furniture including lounge suites, outdoor furniture, mattresses, lounge chairs, futons and any other piece of furniture that has upholstery. We are also able to provide a flexible service that is not only for homes but for boats, caravans, cars and just about anything else! Avoid the risk of damage that’s costly, or worse, irreparable, by making use of our upholstery cleaners who’ll provide you with expert service that’s tailored to your individual needs.
Why choose Upholstery Cleaning from the Specialists
Our cleaning services have been trusted and recommended since 1991
Our staff are skillfully trained, industry certified and highly skilled
We’re members of the National Contract Cleaners Association (NCCA)
All technicians are equipped with Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) to ensure their safety where required
Contact us today National Support Line: 0860 08 08 08
What we offer:
Green cleaning solutions
We offer eco-friendly cleaning products for superior upholstery cleaning that’s kind to the environment.
Protecting your assets
Regular upholstery cleaning extends the lifespan of your couches and chairs, minimising damage from sunlight and everyday spills.
Tips from our expert Upholstery Cleaners:
Rubbing a stubborn stain can worsen the situation. Blot it gently with soap and water, then blot dry with a clean cloth
If you’re still in doubt, try water, vinegar, or vodka before hauling out the harsh chemicals
Use an iron to steam the spot – this can speed up the time it takes to remove a water-soluble stain
Vacuum all couches, chairs and futons regularly. Besides preventing dust, dirt and crumbs from settling into the fabric, vacuuming a stain or spot eliminates and loosen particles that might make the stain harder to remove
Before dousing the stain with Vanish, do a test on a hidden piece of upholstery