New couches are one of the simple joys of life; a new element to spice up your house, a place for family gatherings, an area to rest after a long day at work. They bring something to your home that nothing else can. New upholstery, it seems, is the answer to any renovation (or even life) dilemma. But sometimes bad things happen to good couches. So next time a mishap happens on your upholstery, here are some tips on how to have it looking just as good as the day you bought it!
Does it Make a Difference?
Many people have an upholstery misconception. They believe that just because there isn't bright red marker stains or little Dorito handprints, their furniture is clean, but that is not necessarily true. Imagine this, each member of the household is carrying onthroughout their daily activities: school, work, whatever it may be. They sit in a chair, maybe on the ground, and eventually, the dirt they collect from all these very public places makes it back to your brand new chair. Although you may not notice it at first, eventually this debris will start to build up and you'll be stuck with a charcoal grey couch rather than the ivy one you started with. So the answer to this question is: yes, it does make a difference and it is an important task to carry out if you want to keep your upholstery looking fresh and correctly colored.
What Upholstery Cleaner Should I Use?
Let's get down to the nitty-gritty. Pouring a bottle of cleaner you found in your cupboard probably isn't going to help your situation, and knowing what couch cleaner to use can be tricky. Many cleaners have harsh chemicals that can damage the fibers of your couch and leave the stains looking bigger and brighter than they did before. That's why it's important to know what you're putting on your upholstery and, more specifically, how to clean a couch. When searching for something to clean the fabric with, make sure it doesn't include any form of bleach or color damaging agents. Each piece of furniture is different and will require some investigations before making a firm decision. Make sure to read the tags and labels to ensure you aren't using something that will harm it. For example, some couches are water-resistant and can only be cleaned with a solvent-based cleaner. Make sure that you do your research so you don't end up with an even worse looking accessory.
The Best Upholstery Cleaner
Don't want to clean your upholstery on your own? We understand. Furniture cleaning can be tricky, but Zerorez can do all that for you and so much more. Zerorez does the best upholstery cleaning around. The cleaning is done completely with Powered Water, meaning no upholstery cleaners and no harsh chemicals. This water loosens up the dirt and grime and removes bacteria and other unwanted things that might be embedded in the fibers. You won't have to worry about finding a cleaning agent, checking the tags and potentially ruining the fabric on your sofa. We will do all the dirty work for you AND ensure that your furniture is safe! So, next time you spill your midnight ice cream break on the couch, call the best upholstery cleaner there is, Zerorez!