Fabric Cleaner

Fabric sofas look great and {can|may} be {{especially|particularly }|{particularly|especially }} cozy. They {can|may} also be a {major|significant} nightmare when it comes to cleaning. {But|However,} {spills|clogs} are bound to {{happen|occur }|{occur|happen }} from time to time and, {{unless you|if you don’t }|if you {don’t|do not }} {want|{would like|want }} to {adorn|decorate} your {{couch|sofa }|{sofa|couch }} with {those|these} {beautiful|{gorgeous|stunning }} plastic covers, {{you’re|you are }|{you are|you’re }} going to {{needs|wants }|have} to {no|{understand|know }} {how|the way} to {clean|wash} a {fabric|cloth} sofa.

Reclaim your {{couch’s|sofa’s }|{sofa’s|couch’s }} lounge-worthy status with the {help|support} of {some|a few} handy how-tos.

Fabric Cleaner - Upholstery Cleaning

Dustmite treatment

Maintain an allergy and dust-mite-free environment in your home with Sally Steamer’s professional, deep cleansing solution. We promise that dust mite and flea infestation is gone for good!

{How|The way} to {Steam |} Clean Your Couch

{If you|{for those who|if you }} {have|on} a {sofa|couch} marked”W” or”WS,” you {may|{might|may }} {be able|{have|possess} the {ability|capacity }} to use an upholstery steam cleaner. Before you get excited, consult {the|with the} manufacturer’s {{instructions|directions }|{directions|instructions }} for the steamer to {{see|watch }|find out} {whether|if} {{it’s|it is }|{it is|it’s }} OK to use it {on|in} your {{couch|sofa }|{sofa|couch }} fabric. While,”W” and”WS” {sofas|couches} {may|{might|may }} {be able|{have|possess} the {ability|capability }} to {withstand|{resist|withstand }} water, they {can’t|{can not|can’t }} {always|{consistently|always }} take the heat.

{Additionally|{In addition|Additionally }}, {{you’ll|you will }|you {will|may }} {want|wish} to do a spot test on a {{small|little }|tiny} out-of-the-way {part|{region|area }} of the {{sofa|couch }|{couch|sofa }} to {{make sure|ensure }|{ensure|guarantee }} steaming {won’t|{will not|won’t }} cause any permanent damage.

When it comes to figuring out how to steam clean a {{couch|sofa }|{sofa|couch }}, {{you’re|you are }|{you are|you’re }} really {{just|only }|only} going to follow the manufacturer’s {instructions|directions} {provided|{supplied|provided }} with the upholstery steamer. They {{should|if }|{ought to|should }} {{tell|inform} you|{let you|allow you to} know} what settings {{you’ll|you will }|you {will|may }} need to use.

There are {a few|{sum|amount }} tricks that {can|{may|can }} {make|create} your cleaning more {{successful|effective }|effective}, {though|however}:

  • Vacuum your {{sofa|couch }|{couch|sofa }} {before|until} you {start|{begin|start }} to steam clean. After {{you have|you’ve }|{you’ve|you have }} steamed and the {{sofa|couch }|{couch|sofa }} has {completely|{fully|completely }} dried, vacuum it {again|}.
  • {Pick|Select} a {nice|great} day to steam clean your {{couch|sofa }|{sofa|couch }} so {that |}{you can|it is possible to} open the windows and air out the room.
  • Some steam cleaners use microfiber {{cloths|fabrics }|{fabrics|cloths }} to help pick up debris. {{You’ll|you will }|You {will|may }} want to change {these out|out these} as you steam so you can {pick up|grab} all {the|of {the|this }} dirt.
  • After steaming, point a fan {on|in} your {{couch|sofa }|{sofa|couch }} {to|into} {help it|{allow it to|make it }} dry {completely|thoroughly}.
  • Wait {until|{till|until }} the water in the steamer cools before dumping it out.
Stain treatment - Upholstery Cleaning

Stain treatment

Sally Steamer’s {experience|expertise} and knowledge in {handling|tackling} unique stains {assure|guarantee} you that those {spots|stains} {on|in} your upholstery or stains on your {garments|clothes} are removed without a trace.

How to Clean a Cloth Sofa for Stains

  1. Get to the stains quickly. {The moment|When} a spill or stain occurs, get to {clean|wash} it immediately. Waiting too long before treating a stain – even a matter of a few {moments|minutes} – can cause the stain to set, making it more {difficult|challenging} to get out.
  2. Check the manufacturer’s recommendations. Before using any cleaning detergents or remedies, {check|assess} the manufacturer’s {directions|instructions} for maintenance, which can usually be found on the {couch’s|sofa’s} tags. Failing to use safe cleaning products {could|may} {mean|indicate} permanently damaged upholstery.
  3. {Assess|Evaluate} the cleaning codes {for|to} your {fabric|cloth} sofa. You know those random letters {on|in} your {couch’s|sofa’s} tags? These are {actually|really} codes! {Take|Have} a look at the table below for the list of codes – and what they mean.
  4. Use a dry brush to remove loose particles. Go over the {whole|entire} sofa {using|with} a stiff brush with natural bristles to help loosen stains and {bring|attract} dust and {dirt|grime} to the surface.
  5. Vacuum. Before {scrubbing and cleaning|cleaning and scrubbing} your {fabric|cloth} {sofa|couch}, use a hand-held {vacuum|vacuum cleaner} to remove {crumbs and |}any other loose particles. This will make it {much|far} easier to identify and {focus|concentrate} on troublesome stains when {it is|it’s} time to {clean|wash}.
  6. Clean with baking soda. Baking soda {isn’t|is not} just for baking – {it is|it’s} also an effective {cleaning|cleansing} treatment. In {fact|actuality}, sprinkling baking soda over the {whole|entire} couch will help to {eliminate|remove} odors and further loosen stains. You can {also|even} use a homemade baking soda solution {for|to} any {regions|areas} of deep-set stains; in a bowl, mix together equal parts baking soda and water. For either the {dry or wet|wet or dry} solution, {allow|let} the baking soda sit for 15 to 20 minutes. {Once|When} the baking soda has {fully|completely} absorbed the {stain|blot}, vacuum it up with a brush attachment. And as with all types of cleaning solutions, always {place|put} treat a test {portion|part} of the {sofa|couch} before cleaning it {fully|completely}.
  7. Spot treat with the recommended agent. Begin cleaning your {couch|sofa} with the {recommended|suggested} product. If {you are|you’re} {unsure|not certain} if the product falls within the recommendations, test a small area for any discoloration {prior to|before} proceeding. Whether you use a water-based cleaner or a solvent (or both), follow the {directions|instructions} on the packaging. If the instructions say {it’s|it is} safe to do so, use a soft cloth to wipe out the remedy.
  8. Dry your fabric sofa with a soft towel. Pat down any {wet|moist} areas with a dry towel to soak up the residual moisture. Gently brush off any remaining cleaning solution.
  9. Let your {fabric|cloth} sofa air dry. {Let|Allow} the upholstery air dry overnight, and revel in a {fresh|new} {sofa|couch} in the morning!

Need to clean a leather {sofa|couch} instead? Check out theย Leather Furniture Cleaning Guide.

Odor Treatment - Upholstery Cleaning

Odor Treatment

Sweat stains are {frequently|often} gathered which {creates|generates} an odour. An untouched and uncleaned {sofa|couch} won’t ever smell fresh by leaving it {at|in} sunlight.

{Get rid of|Eliminate} the odour from your {sofa|couch} with Sally Steamer’s odor treatment {method|procedure}!

{How|The Way} to Disinfect a Sofa

Want a {quick|fast} DIY disinfectant spray for {fabric|cloth}? In a spray bottle, {mix|combine} the diluted essential oil known for its antibacterial properties (tea tree is a {good|fantastic} one) with a {bit of|little} rubbing alcohol. Lightly spray your {sofa|couch}, {allow|enable} the solution to sit for a {couple of|few} minutes, then run a vacuum {within|inside} the {couch’s|sofa’s} surface!

Professional Fabric Sofa Cleaning Services

Your sofas, lounge chairs, office chairs and dining chairs are in {everyday|regular} use and are {frequently|often} being exposed to:

  • Dirt and Allergens
  • Germs and Bacteria
  • Stains and Odours
  • Fleas and Dustmites

The truth is when {we are|we’re} {out|outside} of our offices or homes, {we will|we’ll} be sitting on the bus, MRT, coffee shops and other public {places|areas} and back on our office chairs and {sofas|couches}.

So it becomes inevitable that {we are|we’re} accumulating dirt in our {chairs|seats} and sofas. Having Sally Steamer professionally maintain the cleanliness of your upholstery, it {won’t|will not} {just|only} help you but also your {family|loved ones}, friends, {colleagues|coworkers} and {clients|customers}. Our {sofa|couch} cleaning {services|solutions} are {cost-effective|cheap} that {ensures|guarantees} you a dirt-free {sofa|couch} in your home or work.

Looking For Fabric Cleaners In Philadelphia, PA?

You may call us to set up an appointment at 1-000-000-0000.
Book Online

Hi Everyone! It’s been a while since my last video! I hope your holidays went great ๐Ÿ™‚ ! We had a blast with the family ๐Ÿ˜€ ! Today I’m sharing how I cleaned my microfiber couch and sofa. You can clean any other upholstery with oxi clean this way as well.

As promised here’s an affiliate link for the
Vacuum I used in the video –

Thanks for tuning in! I’ll see you all in the next video ๐Ÿ˜€ ๐Ÿ˜€ ! Happy New Years!
โ—‹ My camera –
โ—‹ SD card –
โ—‹ C Stand For Flat Lay –
โ—‹ Tripod Ball Head For C Stand-
โ—‹ Tripod –
โ—‹ Studio Lights-
โ—‹ Wireless Lavalier Microphone –

Follow me on Instagram

( DISCLAIMER: Links included in this description might be affiliate links. If you purchase a product or service with the links that I provide I may receive a small commission. There is no additional charge to you! Thank you for supporting lilyardor.com so I can continue to provide you with free content each week! )

Sally Steamer specializes in steam carpet cleaning services, area rug cleaning, upholstery cleaning,ย tile and grout cleaning,ย air duct cleaningย and water damage restoration services for residential and commercial establishments in the area of Philadelphia, PA.

Schedule An Appointment

Contact us for a free quote too.

You can also call us at 1-000-000-000-0000.