So any of you out there who know me know that I'm not a fan of upholstery cleaning. Funny thing is that I do it for a living in Tampa F. The reason I have problem with it is because I want everything to be perfect when it's done. That means I spend more time cleaning then is probably necessary.
Upholstery cleaning is one of the most taxing and arduous cleanings that we offer. It involves a lot of set up, careful planing, and muscle power to get upholstery cleaned. Think about your sofa. Now think about taking off all the pillows and vacuuming every square inch of the sofa. Sounds tiring to vacuum your sofa, doesn't it? That's step one in our commercial upholstery cleaning process. We then pre-spray it and brush it. Finally, we spray and extract all the surfaces, including all 6 sides of every pillow.
Every commercial upholstery cleaning ob we perform I'm almost guaranteed to have muscle pain the next day. That doesn't bother me though. What gets me a little nutty is that even with the best clean possible that might still be some spots that I can't remove. It happens things get spilled or soil builds up and I can only remove so much. In the end it always looks good, but I want perfection.