Upholstery Cleaning

Each upholstery application is cleaned according to our 10-step process designed to incorporate the I.I.C.R.C.'s best practices for cleaning fabrics.


Each piece undergoes inspection by one of our I.I.C.R.C. certified technicians to identify the fabric fiber type, note any pre-existing damage, and any potential problems- all of which will be documented and pictured.

Soil/ Stain Identification:

Our technician will identify soils and stains on the fabric and devise a plan for cleaning.


All cleanings performed on site will be done on drop cloths and positioned for ergonomic processing by the technician.

Removing Pill Balls

Some staple fibers form pills (small balls of broken fibers), especially in high-traffic areas. These will be removed.


Vacuuming to remove all loose soils is mandatory for professional upholstery cleaning


Preparing the fabric for cleaning with chemistry appropriate for the fabric and soil types

Cleaning (Soil Removal)

Technician will employ cleaning method deemed appropriate during the inspection process.


Cleaned goods dried in moving air.


Fabrics will be treated to restore any potential loss of water/ stain repellency caused by exposure

Post-cleaning Inspection & Documentation

Goods will be inspected and results documented via photos to be passed along to the customer with invoice.

Call us at 864-209-0803