Upholstery Cleaning


Upholstery Cleaning – How to Clean the Interior of Your Car

Car Upholstery Cleaning London

 car_cleaning-1024x413 The clean interior of the car not only looks good, but it is also good for your health and that of your passengers. Carefully cleaning the entire interior of the car can take more than an hour. Be careful with water use inside the car. If you get water into electrical components, this can be a problem. Moreover, make sure your car will dry quickly after cleaning. Vacuum cleaner Remove the insoles from the floor. Vacuum the seats and the carpet. Use the correct vacuum cleaner tips to reach tight spots in the interior of the car, those under the places, around the pedals, and the space between the front seats and the centre console. Use a soft brush nozzle to suck up dust from the dashboard, centre console, and doors. Then use the same soft brush attachment to suck up dirt from hard-to-reach leather seats. Glass cleaning For well-cleaned glasses, you need a quality detergent and microfiber cloth. Preparations containing ammonia are incredibly unsuitable for glass, so if you use any, be careful. Removal of unpleasant odour If you want the aroma in your car to be as fresh as the day you bought it, clean and refresh more often than expected.  

How to clean the seats with fabric upholstery and door trim

Let's see how you can clean dirty stains from the upholstered seat fabric. There are several upholstery cleaners. Almost all the special preparations for this activity have good cleaning ability. The first step is to spray or apply the detergent evenly on the car's upholstery. To clean the car seat, rub it vigorously. Once the dirty spot is gone, wipe it thoroughly with a soft dry cloth. If you do not have a special detergent for cleaning upholstery, the ordinary soap will do the trick.  How to clean the leather The leather is very delicate, so it is best to use car leather cleaners. Some of them can make the leather smoother or greasy. That's why it is essential to use the best leather conditioner to restore the leather's sheen. Test the product on a small part to see if you like it. Do not use paper towels or tissues to clean the leather; they may cause scratches. How to clean the leather steering wheel Be careful with the leather steering wheel and the gear shift lever. We recommend that you do not use any leather cleaner, use a clean cotton cloth. For sticky leather steering wheels, you can use a clean microfiber towel made damp in mild soapy water for getting rid of the condition. How to clean the leather seats As mentioned earlier, use a vacuum cleaner with a nozzle brush to clean the leather seats from dust. Clean carefully as the leather can easily be scratched or injured. Then spray some cleaner. Gently wipe the seats carefully, reaching into the crevices and edges. Then apply a balm that does not allow the dust to clog into the leather seats.   Check our service Upholstery Cleaning London

Home Carpet Cleaning Tips

Home Carpet Cleaning Tips

Whether you have wall-to-wall carpet in all the rooms of your home, or just a few carpet rugs – there's one thing that every carpet owner has to deal with. We all need to clean our carpets. Most people who have indoor carpeting only need to do a couple of things to keep their carpet clean; vacuuming frequently and occasionally shampooing their carpet. There are instances, however, when regular routine cleaning doesn't get rid of all that's accumulated in your flooring. In these cases, following a good home carpet cleaning tip or two can really make your cleaning task a lot easier. carpet-cleaning-londonThe first home carpet cleaning tip is to vacuum. Even if you think that you're vacuuming enough, vacuum more frequently. This will help to remove dirt, hair and other particles from your carpet, and keep the surface of the carpet clean. Along with vacuuming, take your shoes off when you enter your home, and leave them at the door. That way, you won't be tracking mud, dirt and other things that have collected on your shoes onto the carpet. It will make your vacuuming job much easier, and you won't have to worry about rubbing dirt further into the carpet by walking all over in your sneakers.

A second home carpet cleaning tip

is to not use liquid shampoos to clean your carpet. Liquid shampoos, such as those used in home carpet cleaning machines, can collect in your carpet – and then they act as a collection spot for more dirt and grime. Instead, choose dry carpet shampoo, which is available in stores that sell vacuum cleaners. Also, remove any liquid shampoo residue that may already be impregnated in your carpet. Use a heavy duty steam cleaner, and mix ½ cup of vinegar to 2.5 gallons of water as your cleaning solution. This will pull out the shampoo residue as well as clean your carpet (although it may be a bit smelly).

 A third home carpet cleaning tip

is to keep a few items on hand that are good for getting rid of stains in your carpet. Club soda, soaked on a rag and dabbed onto food and red wine stains, is very effective at removing stains and is cheap and easy to use. Hydrogen peroxide, diluted with water, can also get rid of stains, such as those caused by food dyes (check to make sure that your carpet is colorfast first). Finally, keep some baking soda around; a solution made with this can get rid of pet stains.  

Finally, the most important carpet cleaning tip

-  use every 6 months professional carpet cleaning service. Let professional carpet cleaners to clean your carpets with mashines like Rotovac 360. Keeping your carpet clean takes some work, but with good care, carpet can last you for decades! Learn more about our Carpet Cleaning service