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Upholstry Cleaning Facts (2)
Over time, dirt, dust, pet dander and other potentially harmful toxins can get trapped in upholstery fabric, which might lead to allergies and respiratory ailments. Children, the elderly and pets might be especially susceptible to these types of substances. Professional fabric cleaning is far more thorough than what you can do on your own. Not only will your furniture look and smell great, it will also be much healthier and far more enjoyable to use.
There are major differences in how carpets and furnishings are cleaned. For upholstery fabric, it is important not to use an excess of water, as this can cause bacteria or mold to grow, bring out unpleasant odors and cause the fabric to becomes soiled more quickly in the future. Depending upon the particular type of fabric, too much water in the cleaning process may even damage it. Upholstery in general requires gentler handling and specific cleaning methods according to the fabric.