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Upholstery & Furniture Cleaning Savannah, GA.

Upholstery cleaning is delicate work and it takes the experience of a true professional to do the job rite without damaging your furniture. Every time we sit on our furniture and upholstery we leave behind oils from our skin.  This is why the arms and head rest become soiled first these oils trap in dirt & die skin creating a feeding ground for dust mites.  Dust mites feed on dead skin cells that humans and pets scale off everyday.  If left unattended and never cleaned your upholstery and furniture can double in weight in just 8 years because of dust mites, dead skin, and sweat!  Upholstery and furniture needs to be cleaned at least once a year.  Tru-Steam recommends twice a year for max health protection. After spring pollen/flu season and during the winter when germ and virus levels are at there highest points.

The Importance Of Steam Cleaning Furniture

  • Kid Safe                         

  • Pet Safe

  • Eco Friendly

  • Protects Health

  • Dries Fast

  • Without Residue



Many homeowners may not realize that steam cleaning furniture is possible.  Actually, this process can extend the life of many items in the house. While there are some over the counter items that a consumer can use to perform basic procedures on fabrics, these are not effective as the services of a professional. An expert who is trained to treat household fixtures will be able to remove more dirt, debris, odor, and stains. They will also be better equipped and trained to monitor water usage (over-saturating the fabric can leave the item in worse shape than before.)

When professionals for steam cleaning furniture, it is best to stick to those that are properly certified. This best stamp of approval is backed by the Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certification.  Certified technicians can be trusted to act in good faith and operate using the best possible practices. The IICRC is the main oversight agency that oversees companies in the industry, and they regularly mandate what methods and equipment should be used to do the most effective job. They do not endorse brands, but instead determine what kinds of equipment are the most efficacious at removing debris and leaving the carpet and fabric spotless. Registrants of the IICRC that have achieved this type of certification symbolize excellence and must have several years in the industry and proven themselves to be able to do the job effectively, upholding the standards set forth. This ensures that they are up to date on the most effective methods in the industry.

Over time, items in the home pick up dirt.  Dust mites and possibly microbes can grow if they are exposed to food or other organic substances.  If left alone, these fixtures can cause health issues for those that are sensitive or have weakened immune systems. Because of this, steam cleaning furniture can deliver real health benefits to the home.  With a trained professional, it can be done cost effectively and quickly.

The high powered washers that professionals use are better at removing stains and extracting debris deep in the fabric than anything that can be rented or bought at the department store. It also takes a trained hand not to use too much water or detergent, as either can cause damage. One of the most common mistakes homeowners make when steam cleaning furniture is using too much liquid on the fabric. For items that are porous and capable of absorbing a lot of moisture, this can cause mold growth or odors which will require a professional to remove.

A company that is capable of steam cleaning furniture will also likely have members on staff that can perform other services for the homeowner if they are required. It’s common for these services to also offer carpet cleaning and repair. They may also be able to handle odors left behind by water or fire damage.  They can also service hardwood or ceramic tile floors in most cases as well. For items that are made out of wood, at least in part, the professionals may be able to refinish or treat the wood to prolong the life of these pieces of furniture.



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