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Posted by on in Upholstery Cleaning
This discussion is in regards to one of the issues when down feathers are used in the cushions of upholstery. Although down is considered more luxurious and used in higher quality furniture these down feathers are considered a fire hazard. As a result, the cotton ticker that covers the down feathers is treated with a flame retardant. Fire retardants that are water-soluble can tend to break down and deteriorate into a strong buffered acid that will have an impact on cellulose fibers like cotton,...

Posted by on in Upholstery Cleaning
Have you ever looked at your light-colored furniture and it appears to have a blue or blackish tone to it? If so, what you may be seeing is the result of a dye transfer. We all love wearing denim jeans and ladies love wearing black slacks that go with everything and maybe a little slimming as far as appearance goes. Well, these favorite clothes have a downside too. Quite often the dyes uses in these cotton fabrics are synthetic Indio dye. These dyes are applied in layers, where sequence dipping...

Posted by on in Upholstery Cleaning
    Today things are so expensive, everyone tries to save a little money and do some things themselves instead of hiring a professional to come in to do it. Cleaning upholstery is not something the homeowner should try. The cleaning process may seem simple but there is so much more to it than what meets the eye. There are so many different fabrics and each one could require different procedures and cleaners to properly clean them without causing harm to the upholstery. There are syn...