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We are all guilty of it. Despite all the talk about how careful we need to be when eating on the couch or sofa, or being directly forbidden to do so by our significant other, we  find ourselves on the couch, eating a piece of cake or a biscuit, too engrossed in what’s happening on the TV to notice we are leaving a mess.

Or we have that little puff-ball of a dog who, despite all of our warnings of what we would do to him if he ever sat on the couch, hops on the couch and proceeds to shed half his body weight in hair the moment our backs are turned.

Regardless of how it happens and who is to blame, our furniture gets dirty.

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And even if we are careful of how we eat on the lounge, or if we have been suitably chastened in the past that we never even go within 10 feet of the couch with something that could crumb or melt, and even if little Rover or little Tiddles never hops on to the sofa, never even comes inside, there is still the matter of us.

We, humans, shed between 30,000 and 40,000 dead skin cells every single minute of every single day. That equates to about 4 kilograms of skin cells a year.

It is very apparent that the only way to keep furniture and upholstery clean is to never actually use them, to wrap them up in plastic and store them where they will never come into contact with our disgusting bodies ever again.

As this is impractical and stupid, another option is to call us, and let our trained Furniture and Upholstery Cleaning contractors clean it for you.

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Vacuuming your furniture is not enough to get rid of all the skin cells, dust mites, dirt and bacteria that accumulates on our furniture. It might get rid of the top layer of particulates, but much still remains within the lower fibres. And when we sit down on the piece of furniture and move around, this lower layer of filth is stirred up and becomes airborne, ready to be breathed into our lungs.

As you might expect, this can cause health problems, particularly in those that are inclined to asthma and eczema.

And even if you don’t get sick from all of this, accumulations of dirt, dust, grit, bacteria and mildew can release a smell. Anyone who has a pet knows that their smell can linger far longer than they do, and no one in their right mind wants the smell of flatulent dog becoming embedded deep in the fibres of their furniture.

You might possibly think that you can do clean your furniture yourselves. There are enough products on the supermarket shelves and videos online that surely you can save a bit of money and clean it by yourself.  And that might seem like a good idea at the time.

The problem is every piece of furniture is different and may require different kinds of solvents. Chemicals that might work on the fabric of your couch, might not work on the fabric of your sofa, which might be older, be more delicate. By hiring professionals like us, you can be sure our contractors will adjust their cleaning practices and alter their strategy based on the type of stain and the type of furniture and fabric. Every job is different, and requires individualised knowledge and finesse.
 
So, please call today, or use the free quote form, and our friendly staff will be eager to talk to you and determine the best course of action for cleaning your upholstery and furniture.

Vacuuming your furniture is not enough to get rid of all the skin cells, dust mites, dirt and bacteria that accumulates on our furniture. It might get rid of the top layer of particulates, but much still remains within the lower fibres. And when we sit down on the piece of furniture and move around, this lower layer of filth is stirred up and becomes airborne, ready to be breathed into our lungs.

As you might expect, this can cause health problems, particularly in those that are inclined to asthma and eczema.

And even if you don’t get sick from all of this, accumulations of dirt, dust, grit, bacteria and mildew can release a smell. Anyone who has a pet knows that their smell can linger far longer than they do, and no one in their right mind wants the smell of flatulent dog becoming embedded deep in the fibres of their furniture.