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How To Remove Upholstery Stain

One of the many services our company provides is upholstery cleaning Orlando. We use top of the line truck mounted units to perform all of our couch cleaning services. Whether it is carpet, tile or upholstery cleaning, we stick to using the best equipment out there. Our technicians are trained and experienced in all forms of the cleaning services that we provide for our customers. We also use cleaning products that we have been using for years and have proven to be safe and highly effective.

While we can talk about all of our equipment and how experienced our technicians are, we are a professional cleaning company. Residential home owners who do not clean professionally are not going to have access to all of the tools and training that make is so that we can provide a top quality, professional grade cleaning. So, we like to give out some tips and tricks from time to time.

If you have a spill on a piece of upholstery in your home, there are some simple tips you can use to help your clean up come out well. First and foremost, vacuum your upholstery regularly. While this is not a direct step when trying to clean up a spill, it absolutely will help when you do have a spill that needs to be attended to. Vacuuming regularly will help to prevent any buildup of dirt, dust or hair on your couch. When you have a spill that needs cleaning, it is absolutely helpful to not have a layer of dirt or hair making your clean up more difficult than it needs to be. When you are ready to treat the spill on your upholstery, you can actually use some safe products that are typically available in your home. The type of material the upholstery is made of can determine which types of cleaners are safe to use. There are two different types of household cleaners that you can use to treat upholstery. A mixture of dish soap and water, or a mixture of vinegar and water are safe and effective solutions that can help to clean all types of upholstery. A good tip is to test your solution on an inconspicuous area, to verify there is no discoloration. If the solution seems to work, apply it lightly to the spill and dab it up. That is the most important part of the process, to dab the stain. Never rub or scrub a spill or stain, that will actually work the spill deeper into the fibers. Continue to dab the area until the spill or stain has been lifted.