Upholstery Cleaning

Upholstery Cleaning

ACME Clean Carpet & Upholstery Cleaning, Denver, CO

When your furniture gets old or stained, upholstery cleaning is a far more economical solution than throwing your money at a new couch or full set of dining room chairs.

ACME Clean Carpet & Upholstery Cleaning in Denver is here to help you save money by using cutting-edge upholstery cleaning techniques that deliver a complete refresh. So, why get your furniture steam cleaned?

Here are the top 7 benefits of professional upholstery cleaning:

  1. Gets rid of dust, dirt and grime
  2. Removes ugly stains and spots
  3. Cleans away harmful allergens
  4. Extends the life of your furniture
  5. Eliminates foul and funky odors
  6. Rejuvenates the look and feel
  7. Protects furniture from damage

If Your Furniture Looks Old or Dirty, We’ll Get it Fresh Again!

The Facts About Upholstery Cleaning

At ACME Clean, we’ve been serving our Denver neighbors since 1967! Over the years, we’ve answered a lot of questions about how the process works. Here’s a quick Q&A about furniture cleaning.

Q: Do you steam clean upholstery like carpets?

A: Yes and no. It all depends on the fabric that needs to be cleaned. We’ll take a look and test the items you want refreshed and put together an appropriate plan. Whenever possible, we prefer to steam clean furniture as it’s the best way to fully remove deep down dirt, odors and allergens.

Q: My furniture fabric is stain-resistant, do I still need it cleaned?

A: Over time and through everyday use, protectants used for your fabric will start to break down. Even small specks of dirt can act as an abrasive and diminish their usefulness. Plus, you’ll still accumulate foot odors, pet smells and funk. Furniture cleaning isn’t always about looks but smells as well.

Q: How often should I have my furniture cleaned?

A: Typically, you should call us at least once every year, but you can go 24 months for that rarely used sofa in your “formal” living room. Just remember that dust and pollutants will build up and begin to damage and harm upholstery fibers even on furniture that isn’t trampled by kids and pets.