LOCAL UPHOLSTERY CLEANING IN THE WEST MIDLANDS
Upholstery cleaning is not only important for maintaining the appearance of furniture but also for promoting a healthier living environment. Regular cleaning helps remove dust, allergens, and bacteria that accumulate over time, improving indoor air quality and reducing the risk of allergies and respiratory issues.
At Adchem in the West Midlands, we take pride in our upholstery cleaning services. Our team of skilled professionals is equipped with advanced techniques and high-quality cleaning products to deliver exceptional results. We pay attention to detail and ensure thorough cleaning, revitalizing your upholstery and leaving it fresh and hygienic.
With our commitment to excellence, you can trust us to provide a job well done and enhance the longevity and beauty of your furniture.
You Get What You Pay For
10 Point Cleaning Process.
A unique multi step cleaning process using safe cleaning solutions and then combining that with our high performance equipment,
Experience and Quality
When you hire the professional services of Adchem to come to your home and clean your carpets, you get highly trained staff with 17 years experience, with a service that comes second to no one.
Step 1. Pre-inspection.
We will carry out a test on the fabric to make sure what cleaning solution is best for the fabric, and also check for any damage or general wear.
Step 2. Pre-vacuum.
We will vacuum the fabrics with our commercial vacuum if necessary.
Step 3. Pre-spot/stain treatment.
All areas of the upholstery that have marks or stains will be treated with our special non detergent stain remover.
Step 4. Pre-spray.
All the fabric will be pre- sprayed with our eco solution to loosen up all soils, grease, and ground in dirt.
Step 5. Agitation.
Upholstery fabrics then will be agitated with our soft upholstery brush so that the cleaning solution breaks up the dirt particles.
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Upholstery Cleaning Before & After
Step 6. Extraction & rinse.
Our truck-mounted machine outside the property will heat up the water and feed the DriMaster extraction tool. This has a bar on the end of the cleaning tool and a fine mist of water is passed over a bar and immediately sucked away with the vacuum from the machine. This ensures that the cleaning tool just rinses out the dirt from the fabric and thus does not over wet the settee, leaving the cleaned surface touch dry, but still extracting all the soiling and greases, leaving your suite practically dry.
Step 7. Set the nap.
We will wipe down the fabric after with a cloth removing any marks and thus setting the nap.
Step 8. Speed drying.
Speed dryers will be placed in front of furniture to speed up drying process should you wish.
Step 9. Final inspection.
We will show the you the cleaned upholstery and make sure you are 100% satisfied.
Step 10. Clear up.
Only then will we pack away all equipment and floor protection coverings
Upholstery Cleaning FAQs
All carpet and furniture manufactures recommend that your carpets and upholstery should be cleaned every one to two years, depending on the kind of use they are subjected to. When you vacuum your carpets, this helps remove dust, crumbs, dirt, and other debris. But a lot of the time there are very small dirt particles that work their way deep down into the fibres and fabrics, and it is this type of dirt that acts like sandpaper and grates against the fibres, which in time wears the fibres away leaving the carpet looking dull and dark. Eventually they become very visible, so this why we also recommend regular professional carpet and upholstery cleaning. Regular cleaning is still far more cost effective than replacing it no matter how inexpensive the items were in the first place.
Once your carpet and upholstery has been cleaned, it will depend on types of fibre and construction. If you have a natural fibre wool carpet, the wool will absorb more moisture it may take a little longer to dry, whereas if you have a man-made synthetic carpet the fibres cannot absorb any moisture, so these types can dry a lot quicker. We always say to all our customers it will take between 2 and 4 hours. Believe it or not, you need airflow to maximise the drying time. Opening a window and getting a little airflow through the house will speed up the drying process. On a cold winter’s day that may be more difficult but just closing the doors and turning up the heat, means that the air becomes humid, and the carpet or upholstery cannot dry as quickly.