You may know that it is important to clean your carpet consistently but do you do the same for your upholstery and other furniture? Toxins can live in your couch, even if it doesn’t look stained or dirty. There may be more than dust that is hiding inside your furniture.
Not only can these things make your couch look dirty, they can be unhealthy for everyone in your home.
Considering how much time you spend on your sofa, and how quickly germs can spread. If you have pets or children, the risk for bacteria increases. Germs cling to upholstery fabrics and can spread from your clothes and body daily.
It is important to clean upholstery daily or have it professionally cleaned often. Cleaning upholstery helps your home to smell better and removes the unhealthy bacteria from the air in your home.
Dust Mites And Allergens
Dust mites love to live in your upholstery and these mites lose their skin and leave behind feces that can be inhaled, causing allergies, asthma and airway obstruction. You want your home to be allergen free so that your home is comfortable. Cleaning can eliminate a majority of these allergens and airborne bacteria from floating around your home.
Soft fabrics are the biggest place in your home for mold to form. Especially if you live in a hot or warm environment, mold seeps into upholstery like a sponge. Having mold growing in your couch can increase the chance of asthma and other respiratory problems.
Bacteria in your upholstery is higher in the winter and mold is higher in the summer. Cleaning before both seasons can ensure that your home is free of toxins.
Grease And Oils
Despite how gross it sounds, your body leaks oils into the fabric of your couch. When we touch the arm rests, take a nap, or just sit to watch TV, the couch soaks in the oil and becomes a kind of “magnet” for dirt or soil to adhere to. This makes your couch look dirty and makes grease patches full of germs.
Oils are impossible to avoid so cleaning your couch consistently helps to prevent it from being seen and hanging around. Professional cleaning can help to prolong the life of your upholstery.
Toxic Chemicals And Particles
Whatever is circulating in the air in your home is bound to find its way into your upholstery. This can include everything from household cleaners to paint or dust. These compound toxins can irritate your skin and lungs.
These toxins can be removed with non-toxic green cleaners. Having a professional cleaner talk to you about their products and have them keep your upholstery clean.
Pace Cleaning Systems
Pace Cleaning knows that your upholstery can get really dirty. We guarantee that after our cleaning services you will love the way your furniture looks. Toxins don’t deserve to live in your home. Call us to help them disappear.
Our upholstery cleaning process includes inspecting the furniture fully for stains, color bleeding and defects. We then test the pH of the fabric to ensure that we use the correct cleaners and treatments. For tough spots and stains, we use a pre-treatment to make it easier to extract the stain. After spot cleaning, we deep clean the furniture with our powerful cleaning machine to extract water and remove dirt.
We serve many areas in Utah and Wyoming and can help you schedule an appointment today.