We will test your fabric to determine which cleaning method will be the safest and most effective. The typical drying time can range from one to six hours.
The tag that you find on upholstery or other fabrics is known as the “Manufacturer Liability Code”. It is required by law to recommend a particular cleaning method, although that recommended cleaning method may not be the most effective method for removing what has soiled the upholstery.
That being said, your specific upholstery fabric will determine which cleaning method we use. The cleaning method and application of optional upholstery protectors determines the drying time.
This method utilizes a powerful hot water extraction cleaning process that provides the deepest cleaning possible. Stains on regular fabrics such as microfiber are no match for our thorough steam cleaning process.
You will be amazed at how clean your furniture will be after Steam Vac does its job – your upholstery will be completely renewed!
Some fabrics such as silk may require a more delicate upholstery cleaning system, in which case we typically go the way of dry cleaning. Your Pensacola carpet cleaner will only choose the cleaning method that best suits your particular upholstery cleaning needs.
For fragile fibers, a dry cleaning with specialized chemicals will protect color while loosening and lifting soil without taking the chance of damaging your fabric.