Upholstery cleaning (like you may assume) is basically the procedure of cleaning your upholstery. But sometimes the process can be even more difficult than you think it is. For one thing, upholstery made from natural fabrics like cotton is usually made up of very delicate natural fibers. They are easily damaged by a simple vacuum cleaner and harsh chemicals. That’s why it’s important that you only use cleaners that are specifically designed for upholstery cleaning, and you only use those cleaners that are gentle enough not to damage your fabric.
How to Do Upholstery Cleaning
Sometimes your upholstery can be damaged by things other than dirt. Stains from wine or red wine, coffee, tobacco, hairspray, or other similar products can weaken and discolor your fabric, as well as leave unpleasant odors. If you have stains on your furniture that you’re not sure are caused by these things, you can try using a stain removing product and see if that helps. You may be able to remove the stain without damaging your fabric.
If you have hard water deposits on your fabrics, you can use the same techniques for removing them as for hard water deposits found on the walls of your kitchen. But you may want to consult an expert. As with most things, do some research first before attempting to deep clean any fabrics, as there are many different types of deep cleaning products out there. If in doubt consult a professional.