Furniture Cleaning and Care
Accent American only uses a high powered cleaning unit to lift and extract soil and stains out of your fabric furniture. As an Institue of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certification Certified furniture cleaner, we use people safe solutions clean the entire surface of a fabric’s fiber and / or surface. We then follow up with hot water extraction to lift and wash away dirt and stains. Accent American only uses non-toxic solutions for furniture cleaning that are safe for both people and the environment.
The Accent American Furniture Cleaning Process:
Safe for ALL types of furniture, including synthetic fabric, leather and natural fibers
Safe for people and pets
Cost effective in that we never leave behind residues that might attract dirt and re-soil your furniture more quickly
Effective for chairs and sofas, auto and boat interiors and office furniture.
We can also protect your furniture fabric by using our high quality fabric protector
Some tips for keeping your furniture looking great.
Weekly vacuuming or light brushing is a fabric care tip that helps to remove soil and protect fabric from the embedding of dirt or grime between fibers which can increase abrasion and wear.
The life of upholstered cushions can be increased through periodic turning. The weekly reversal of loose cushions will allow even distribution of wear over a long period of time.
Furniture Fabric Protection
Fabric protection helps to increase the useful life of upholstered furniture by protecting fabrics from soil and stains. Some fabric protections are mill applied and others can be applied in the store or at home. These do wear off over time, and can be re-applied after professional furniture cleaning.
A protective finish does not eliminate the necessity of proper fabric care. It modifies the absorbency and soil removal characteristics of a fabric. Loose dirt should be vacuumed and brushed away before it becomes embedded and harder to remove. Spills and stains should be cleaned away quickly by blotting with a white cloth.
Many upholstered furniture items have a manufacturers cleaning code, which were instituted in 1969. Code w does NOT necessarily stand for “water”. Code x – who knows? Code sw? No one has any idea what it means, and every manufacturer uses different codes. Because of this, and changes in cleaning methods over the years, many of these codes are now incorrect. At Accent American, we visually inspect the furniture to determine the type of fiber so we can accurately determine which is the best cleaning method to use to give you the best results. As an IICRC Triple Master, our technidcian has the proper training to identify different types of fibers, and knows how to safely and effectively clean them.
We offer all types of furniture cleaning, including fine fabric and leather furniture.