There are several steps you can take to protect your upholstery from future stains. First, you can apply a stain-repellent product to your furniture to create a barrier against spills and stains. You can also avoid eating or drinking on your furniture, and encourage family members and guests to do the same. If a spill does occur, it is important to clean it up immediately using a clean, absorbent cloth and a mild cleaning solution.
Leather is expensive to buy, repair or replace. Always make sure that you keep your leather furniture out of the direct sunlight and leather is prone to crack and peel. Always use distilled water to clean leather as harsh chemicals can stain and adversely affect your leather furniture.
Ask your professional cleaners to apply Scotchguard or apply stain protection sprays to your upholstery. This will help you keep your upholstery safe from repeated staining due to various accidental reasons like clumsy guests, accident-prone children or pesky pets.
Dry cleaning is process that is required for all fabrics which are marked as S in the fabric tags. This means such fabrics can be cleaned only with solvents. Leather is an exception to this. Professional cleaners use cleaning solvents in combination with a dry cleaning machine to safely clean your sofa upholstery fabrics.
Yes, normally professional cleaners will clean most upholstery fabrics at home. In rare cases, they will use a removal van to carry the furniture to the cleaning company’s warehouse, complete the cleaning process and then return the furniture after the cleaning process is completed.