Stain removal is an important part of commercial upholstery cleaning. It requires skill and knowledge to identify the different types of fabrics, stains, and fibres in order to properly clean them. With careful attention, stain removal can help with restoring furniture back to its original condition.
The process begins with a thorough inspection of the upholstery material. Upon identification of the fabric type and any existing staining, the technician will determine which products would be best suited for removing the stains without damaging the fabric. From there, the technician will work diligently to remove the stains using various tools such as brushes, steam cleaners, or detergents.
Symbolically speaking, stain removal from commercial upholstered furniture is like taking away dirt from a canvas that had been tainted by life’s experiences. The process of restoring it takes time, patience, and some finesse. But when all is said and done, you have a beautiful piece of art that looks brand new.
Here are three steps to ensure successful stain removal:
1. Identify the fabric type and any stains
2. Determine the best product to use
3. Apply the appropriate technique or tool