Leather to Fine Linen
Upholstery gets dirty. If it is unmannered guests putting their feet on your couch or kids smearing food all over your lazy boy, over time soiled upholstery gets worn and damaged. Many people are unaware that the cleaning process can be done right in their home or office. We pick the right cleaning process thats just right for your furniture and finer fabrics. Leather especially must be cleaned properly to protect it and make it last. We know you have made an investment in your decor and we want to help you maintain it for years to come.
Call For An Appointment
Give us a call at +1 (503) 597-8326. We will answer all your questions and arrange an appointment to further discuss your specific cleaning needs.
A professional will come to your home to help asses your cleaning needs. We let you know all the options with a written estimate, giving you the freedom to chose what works best for you before we start. From there we handle every aspect of the job so you don’t have to. Mr Steam Carpet Cleaning will give your home a new look, in just one day.
With the cleaning done and your home restored, we don’t stop there. Customer happiness is our top priority so we follow up to make sure you are throughly satisfied.
How Often Do You Need To Clean Your Furniture
Manufacturers recommend every 12 to 24 months depending on use.
How Do We Clean?
Mr Steam Carpet Cleaning is all about the power of steam cleaning. It allows us to get down deep to extract your tough stains and odors. It is also a low moisture process allowing a quick dry time.
What If My Furniture Came With A Protective Coating?
A protective coating is always good. Through daily use of your furniture and the dirt that builds up normally, the protective coating that came with your furniture will deteriorate. After a thorough cleaning we give the option to add this to your furniture.
How Long For It To Dry?
Dry times vary depending on the many factors. Temperature, humidity, and the material will all effect how quickly it drys. We use a low moisture system which allows the fastest dry times normally ranging between 2 to 5 hours.