Upholstery cleaning is something I have done for over 30 years, and I still cannot believe how you can take a piece of furniture that doesn't even look that bad, and you'll see a night-and-day difference after I've finished cleaning it.
Many fabrics have a way of hiding and holding everything so well — from soil to pet fur oils — that it is virtually impossible to see with the naked eye, and you cannot see it until you have it professionally cleaned. Yes, after 30 years, it still shocks me sometimes.
I've worked with many cleaners over the years as a trainer, and when it comes to upholstery cleaning, that is when you really see how detail-oriented a cleaner is. A piece of furniture that takes one person 20 minutes to clean may take an hour for another. Both working at the same speed, which piece do you suppose is going to have a higher level of detailed cleaning?
Even on large upholstery cleaning jobs, each piece I clean will receive the same 7-step detailed process I have used for decades, following industry standards and guidelines. And since I do all my own work, the 100th chair will look as good as the 1st.
Most upholstery is cleaned with the truck-mounted cleaning system, or my high-pressure hot water extractor, offering the best option for the fabric and severity of soiling. If heavy duty cleaning is of concern, I offer multiple options of Very Low Moisture (VLM) "dry-cleaning" or even just power-vacuuming delicate pieces.
I offer advanced soil and stain protection applied upon your request. If there are any questions you have regarding your upholstery cleaning needs, I am easy to reach, happy to help, and appreciate your business!
When you call Matt Nelson, you can expect: