When was the last time you had your upholstery professionally deep cleaned? Often the home’s upholstery gets neglected and is in of some of the most desperate need of some deep cleaning. Often your upholstery will give you some kind of warning or signs that they need a god cleaning. As a homeowner, you will want to be able to detect signs that your upholstery needs to be cleaned. Clean upholstery lasts longer and creates a much healthier atmosphere. Heart of Texas Chem-Dry will share some of the common signs that your upholstery needs to be professionally cleaned.
Bad Upholstery Odors
One of the classic signs that your upholstery is in need of a deep cleaning is odors. When your furniture begins to smell that is often due to some kind or form of bacteria. Bacteria is what produces the odors. Bacteria can come from spilled food, drinks or even sweat. Often pets will make their way on to your furniture leaving behind their hair and dander. When your upholstery begins to smell, a professional cleaning service not only removes the odors using enzyme based cleaners, but they will also kill the bacteria.
Upholstered Furniture Stains
Often our upholstery will develop stains. Stains can come from spilled food drinks, arts and crafts, and so much more. When you have stains all over your furniture, it just may be time to have the upholstery cleaned. A professional upholstery cleaning service knows how to identify the different types of upholstery. They will use the right cleaner for your furniture and be able to remove stains while doing a thorough cleaning.
Trapped Pet Hair on Couch
For those with pets, you know all too well the battle of keeping upholstery clean. It doesn’t matter how hard you try, it seems your furniture becomes full of pet hair. When you have pet hair that is woven or trapped in your upholstery, often there is more than just the hair. Pets, such as dogs and cats, not only leave hair but also their dander. As many well know, dander is flakes of dead skin that attracts dust mites. When you see hair in your upholstery, it is definitely time to get rid of both the hair and the pet dander.
Dust Trapped in Fabric Sofa
Have you ever sat on your couch and gave the side arm a strong pat only to see dust poof out? When there is a ton of dust trapped in your furniture, it can also make the color of the upholstery look a brown or a grayish color. Dust can also damage the upholstery’s fibers which causes thinning. It is very important to keep dust in check. As a homeowner, you should vacuum your upholstery once a week to prevent dust from building up. However, when the dust gets so bad that you see a poof of dust or a cloud as you pat your furniture, it is time to have the upholstery deep cleaned.