Fabric & Leather Upholstery Cleaning
Recapture your upholstered furniture’s like-new appearance with our meticulous cleaning.
We also clean and condition selected leather furniture. Our experts thoroughly clean your leather upholstery to remove soil, apply a matching color to make scratches less noticeable, and perform a thorough conditioning of the leather to prevent cracking and restore its appearance.
Call on D. A. Burns for the cleaning of your upholstered sofas, chairs, ottomans, headboards, cushions and more.
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Fabric Upholstery Cleaning
Because of the wide variety of fabrics and methods of upholstering, our in-plant fabric upholstery cleaning offers a number of advantages to assure the safe and thorough cleaning of care-sensitive and heavily soiled fabrics.
The in-home cleaning of your upholstered furniture offers an appropriate alternative when fabrics are not heavily soiled and do not require special, in-plant cleaning procedures.
Fabric Stain Protectant
Keep your fabric upholstery cleaner looking longer with the re-application of our fabric stain protectant.
- Easier, faster removal of soil, stains and liquid spills … preventing permanent stains.
- The stain protectant bonds with the fabric to form an “invisible barrier” against water and oil-based stains, making your fabric upholstery more soil retardant and stain resistant … without changing the “hand” or appearance of your upholstered fabric.
- Enjoy the long-lasting protection of soil resistance and spill repellency.
Leather Upholstery Cleaning & Conditioning
After years of use, your leather furniture can become stiff, soiled, stained, faded and show scratches from use. Despite this appearance, the leather beneath may be in good condition and our leather cleaning and conditioning can provide many more years of useful life.
Caring For Your Upholstery
Furniture manufacturers recommend regular, routine maintenance for your upholstered furniture. This includes routine procedures such as vacuuming, prompt attention to spots and spills and the polishing of finished surfaces. Cleaning helps to keep your upholstery more attractive and prevents premature wear.
Upholstered furniture is more susceptible to soiling on arms and seat cushions, as well as the upper inside back, headrests, pillows and skirt areas. Using arm covers and rotating seat cushions frequently prolongs fabric life and appearance. Vacuuming and, depending on fabric durability and construction, brushing upholstery routinely is recommended to remove dust and particulate soil. Most spots and spills can be removed easily if the excess is scooped up or blotted and treated immediately with plain water or neutral spotters. If ignored, these spots may bond to fibers, possibly causing permanent stains. Immediate spot cleaning is essential. Extreme caution must be observed when spotting leather or “dry clean only” fabrics.
Periodic professional cleaning of your upholstered furniture is recommended. The frequency of cleaning will depend on the furniture’s location, use and exposure to soiling. The greater the level of soiling, the less the likelihood of restoring the upholstery’s original color, appearance and texture. Thorough, professional cleaning should be performed by experienced, trained technicians before soiling causes permanent damage to fibers, dyes or fabric texture.
Schedule Upholstery Cleaning
Drop off your upholstery at our Seattle or Bellevue locations or schedule in-home cleaning and receive a 20% discount. We also offer pickup and delivery service for our in-plant upholstery cleaning.
D. A. Burns on-location technicians service Seattle, Bellevue and the surrounding areas (view map of our service area). For questions or to schedule an appointment, call (206) 782-2268 or use our online scheduling form to request an appointment.