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How often do we need upholstery cleaning? We’re watching the TV on the couch, eating something sticky and gooey despite being told a million times not to, something happens and we lose concentration and drop the food onto the couch, leaving behind a sticky mess. We try and clean it up before anyone else notices, but everything we do just spreads the mess further.
 
Or we’re having a nice beer, watching the League on the TV. The Eels score, we jump up and cheer, and spray the beer all over the furniture. All of our wiping down just spreads it, and now our couch smells like beer (which, we may not mind, but our significant other minds a lot).

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Or we have a dog who seems to be more hair than body, and despite all the times we tell them ‘No!’, the moment we turn he’s on the couch shedding large percentages of his body weight through lost hair.
 
Whoever is at blame, it can’t be denied that our furniture gets dirtier and dirtier.
 
And perhaps we’ve never eaten on the couch, or drunk anything on the couch, and we don’t have pets, or our pets actually obey us and stay off the couch … there is still the little matter of you. Did you know that every year you shed 4 kilograms of skin cells?
 
And there are microscopic things like dust mites who live quite happily snacking on your shed skin cells, who live also live quite happily on the coach or sofa with you.
 
The only way to keep furniture and upholstery absolutely clean is to never use them, keep them wrapped up in plastic and store them away forever.
 
Assuming, you would prefer to use your furniture, there’s another option, and that is to call us at Parra Carpet Cleaning. We not only clean carpets, we are also experience in cleaning Furniture and Upholstery.

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As is the case with carpet, simply vacuuming your furniture is not enough. Don’t get us wrong, it is still important, just be aware that you are only cleaning up the top layer of the fibre, and a lot of the dirt and bacteria, skin cells, dust mites, food crumbs, drink leftovers and pet hair remain deeper down, unaffected.
 
And whenever we sit down, or our pet plays around on the furniture, a lot of that stuff gets stirred up, becoming an air borne menace that can be inhaled into our lungs. This can cause problems to those with breathing issues, like asthma, or allergies and skin irritations.

Even if you, yourself, don’t get sick from all of that, all of that dirt, dust, grit, mildew, bacteria and other contaminants can release a smell. If you’ve own a pet, you know their smell can hang around a lot longer than the pet themselves, and no one wants that smell hiding deep down within the fibres of your furniture.
 
So, ok, you’ve been convinced that your furniture and upholstery need to be cleaned, but why should you get someone in to clean it. Surely it’s cheaper and just as simple to clean it yourself.
 
If you’re experienced in cleaning, and you’ve got professional grade cleaning equipment, and you know what solvents to use on what furniture material, than sure, go ahead, but if you don’t, you might cause more issues than you solve. Chemicals that work on one type of material may not work the same on a different type of material. Chemicals for tough stains and materials might wreck a more delicate material, while conversely, the type of cleaning required for delicate materials might not satisfactorily clean less delicate chemicals.
 
Every job is different. What you get from hiring professional furniture and upholstery cleaning Parramatta experts is the experience to know how to adapt our cleaning methods to the types of furniture and upholstery we need to clean.
 
So, please call us today for a free quote, or enter your details into the contact form. Our friendly staff are waiting to talk to you to determine the best course of action for your furniture and upholstery.

    As is the case with carpet, simply vacuuming your furniture is not enough. Don’t get us wrong, it is still important, just be aware that you are only cleaning up the top layer of the fibre, and a lot of the dirt and bacteria, skin cells, dust mites, food crumbs, drink leftovers and pet hair remain deeper down, unaffected.
     
    And whenever we sit down, or our pet plays around on the furniture, a lot of that stuff gets stirred up, becoming an air borne menace that can be inhaled into our lungs. This can cause problems to those with breathing issues, like asthma, or allergies and skin irritations.