Fabric furnishings get heavy use and show soil and dirt quickly. Keeping upholstered furniture clean will prolong the life of the fabric and furniture.
ServiceMaster Clean® professional technicians are experts at selecting the correct upholstery cleaning system for all fabric types, and for different levels of soiling.
The ServiceMaster Clean® service ensures the removal of soiling, whilst never risking damage to your upholstered furniture. We can often successfully clean upholstery fabric that other companies would decline to attempt.
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For all upholstery cleaning, our technicians use specially designed ServiceMaster products, equipment and methods every step of the way; from initial vacuuming through to choosing the wet or dry cleaning system most appropriate for your soft furnishings.
A new kind of protection for your upholstery.
Protect your upholstery with ServiceMaster Clean’s unique fabric protector. Benefit not only from the soil resistant and stain resistant properties of ServiceMaster Fabritec, but also the unique properties of a Hygienilac product which provides protection for your family from harmful bacteria and viruses.
For more information, or to request a free no obligation quote, find your local business.
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