Atlantic1 Upholstery & Sofa Cleaning
The Upholstery & Sofa Cleaning Process
Atlantic1 offers the ultimate in upholstery cleaning and protection. We can clean almost any fabric, including delicate and hard to clean fabrics. Atlantic1’s process follows the guide-lines set by the Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification (I.I.C.R.C.) First we inspect the furniture, assessing any stains or spots, so we can let you know what to expect from the cleaning. Next, we pre-condition the fabric allowing the cleaning agents to emulsify the dirt and stains. We follow this with a textile rinse and extraction to thoroughly remove soil and moisture. We then use high powered air movers to accelerate drying time. On cut pile fabrics we use a brush to groom the pile to lift it and leave fabric looking like new.
Upholstery Stain Removal
There are thousands of different kinds of upholstered fabrics and thousands of kinds of stains that can and will end up on them. Removing stains from delicate fabrics can be a science. It would be nice if there was one chemical to treat every type of stain, but that unfortunately is not the case. Most stains can be removed if treated promptly with the right combination of chemicals and immediate cleaning. The toughest type of stain is one that was pre-treated with the wrong chemical or left for a long period of time.
The tag on my upholstery says “Dry Clean Only.” Can you still clean it?
Many manufactures use this type of label on their upholstered products to keep them from being liable for problems that may occur during the cleaning process. Professional cleaners know that with knowledge, experience, proper cleaning agents, and advanced equipment they can clean the majority of fabrics that are labeled “dry clean only”. Your Atlantic1 technicians will evaluate your upholstery and notify you if your furnishings should be dry-cleaned only.
How long will it take my upholstery to dry?
Atlantic1 uses superior truck-mounted equipment with unrivaled vacuum power to remove most of the water used during the cleaning process. Following the cleaning, high speed air movers are used to speed up the drying time. Our cleaning process and professional equipment allows us to achieve drying times typically between 1-3 hours, but this depends on the type of fabric and its level of soiling.
Should I get my mattress cleaned?
Mattresses are used on a daily basis and despite the amount of time we spend on them, most people overlook the mattress as part of their cleaning regimen. The average mattress contains over 2 million dust mites, which are a common allergen, not to mention the millions of bacteria, viruses, fungi, and molds that can also be found where you sleep. Dirty mattresses can also aggravate bronchitis, sinusitis, rhinitis, dramatis, and other skin disorders and allergic reactions. Having your mattress cleaned can improve your health, stop morning sneezing and decrease allergy flare-ups.
Can You Clean Auto and Marine Upholstery?
At Atlantic1, we clean lots of Auto and Marine Upholstery, and we can clean yours on site. Many of the spots and spills we find in auto and marine carpet and upholstery can be completely removed with our cleaning process.
• Dryer Vent Cleaning
• Area Rug Cleaning
• Boat & Yacht Cleaning
• Carpet Cleaning
• Chair Cleaning
• Couch Cleaning
• Deep Cleaning
• Deep Soil Extraction
• Draperies & Curtain Cleaning
• Dry Cleaning
• Fabric Cleaning
• Flood First Response
• Furniture Cleaning
• Grout Sealing
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No Hidden Charges
Same Day Service
Operating Sunday - Friday
24/7 Emergency Service
|OUR 21 DAY GUARANTEE!|
If for any reason you are unsatisfied with the cleaning, we will come back out to your house or business anytime within 21 days of the initial cleaning and take care of the problem free-of-charge.
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