As trained professionals, chances are we have experience working with almost every fabric textile variant. In general though, when your furniture manufacturer tells you NOT to clean them yourself – but to seek cleaning from a trained professional – that’s us – and we can guarantee you will be impressed with our results, whilst having the peace of mind that your valuable furniture is in safe hands
This depends on lots of factors such as the density of the upholstery fibres being cleaned, the ambient temperature and air humidity, and air flow throughout the premises. Unlike many companies using underpowered equipment, our vacuum machine has the suction to get your upholstery almost dry after cleaning. We will recommend several ways to speed up the final drying stage, but with the heating on and some windows open, most of our customer’s upholstery are usually dry within an hour of us leaving. If for any reason we anticipate the drying process to take slightly linger (in unheated or unventilated rooms) we will speed up the drying process with high powered fans and air movers.
You will be amazed at the impressive results of our upholstery cleaning service, as we utilise the best commercial grade cleaning equipment and have invested in extensive training to hopefully deliver the best cleaning service every time. Although we are highly trained in upholstered furniture spot stain removal, there can be stains that are permanent, and we will do our best to identify these and warn you beforehand. But in general, most of our customers are impressed by the effectiveness of our cleaning service.
We use some of the best chemical solutions available to our industry. Most of our chemicals are chosen for their effectiveness whilst also keeping environmental concerns in mind when we choose. If you require eco friendly cleaning we can offer this service to you.
Drying time depends upon many things, including how soiled the item was, how much water was used, weather conditions, atmosphere in the home, etc. However, in most normal cases, carpets and soft furnishings should be dry within 6-8 hours. If required, use some specialist techniques to speed up the process can be used.
Many different methods exist and all cleaning methods are designed to produce good results, each has its place within the carpet cleaning industry. Some methods use water and others more mechanical action. More important however, is whether the employed technician has the required training to carry out the cleaning properly and safely. NCCA members have a recognised qualification in carpet and upholstery cleaning and have been trained to use various cleaning methods. They will be able to advice on the most appropriate method. That is required to achieve the very best results.
It is recommended that a professional cleaner is used. Many items are available to the public that are advertised for carpet and upholstery cleaning. However, along with these come many risks and the potential of causing irreversible damage. NCCA members have the correct training and knowledge, along with access to professional products that enable them to ensure that a correct and safe job is carried out and the best possible results can be achieved.