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Upholstery Cleaning Palm Desert

Upholstery can be the most difficult fixture to clean in your house, especially if a long time has passed since it was last cleaned. There are a number of things that would require your upholstery to be cleaned. These include:

1. Water damage – if your roof is leaking, or if there’s been flooding, your upholstery is one of the things in the house that will really suffer. It’s going to soak up so much water, it’s not even funny. And what does water do to upholstery? It causes stains and mildew to grow on it. If you have water damage, call us right away for an estimate!

2. Mold – mold grows quickly when there’s moisture present. This includes both indoor and outdoor areas. So if you’re having problems with mold growing inside your home, make sure to check out our mold removal services.

3. Odors – if your upholstery smells bad, chances are it’s because something has died in it. We all know how gross that is, but we also know how important it is to get rid of any dead animals before they start stinking up your home.

4. Dirt – dirt just loves upholstery. It sticks to it like glue, and then it gets into everything else around it. That means your couch cushions, pillows, curtains, rugs, etc…will all end up covered in dust and grime.

5. Stains – stains come from many different sources. They could be food related (like wine), they could be pet-related (like urine), or they could be chemical-based (like spilled soda). Whatever the source, it’s important to remove them as soon as possible.

6. Mildew – this is probably the worst stain to deal with. Mildew forms when there’s too much humidity in the air. The best way to avoid it is to keep your home dry. But if you’ve got some mildew, don’t worry about it. Just give us a call, and we’ll take care of it for you.

7. Dust mites – these little critters love upholstery. In fact, they thrive in it. Dust mite allergies are very common, and they can cause serious health issues. Make sure to use a vacuum cleaner with a HEPA filter to catch the dust mites.

8. Hair – hair is another thing that loves upholstery. You might think that you can just brush it off, but you’d be surprised at how well it sticks. Plus, brushing it off only makes it worse. Instead, try using a vacuum cleaner with a soft brush attachment.

Now, instead of trying to clean your upholstery as a DIY project, you should instead hire a professional. Speedy Palm Desert Water Damage Restoration can clean your upholstery without breaking your budget. We service all kinds of upholstering materials ranging from genuine leather to natural fibers, to vinyls and polyesters. Contact us today to get a FREE estimate!