Furniture and Leather Upholstery Cleaning

Upholstery and Leather cleaning is a very similar process to our 5-Step Carpet Cleaning Process. Initially, we perform our pre-inspection of your furniture to bring any specific spots or stains to our attention. Following the inspection, we vacuum all areas of the upholstery. This part of the process is very effective because we use a long, suction hose, which vacuums even those "hard to reach" places. After, we apply our upholstery pre-spray treatment, loosening any soil embedded within your furniture. The pre-spray is also scrubbed into the fabric using a horse hair brush, preventing any damage to your favorite sofa or "game day chair!" The last step is the actual cleaning of the upholstery. Our IICRC certified technicians rid of all the dirt and contaminants within your furniture using a specialized tool, with proper care to any sensitive areas. Also, our upholstery cleaning process uses minimal moisture, drying your furniture very quickly.

As most people know, leather furniture is very expensive. Knowing this, you wouldn’t trust your leather furniture with any cleaning company. Bee Clean is also certified in leather cleaning by the IICRC, and your leather process is hand done with close care to any areas of concern. Your technician will be able to examine your furniture and evaluate your particular leather upholstery.

Our pricing structure is based on protected leather pieces, if you have aniline leather please let our office know prior to your cleaning and a customer care representative will examine the piece prior to service.

*we do not offer suede or nu buck style leather cleaning

But what types of furniture do you clean?

Bee Clean specializes in (but not limited to) the cleaning of
  • sofas,
  • loveseats,
  • recliners,
  • arm chairs,
  • dining room chairs
  • and ottomans
If your piece of furniture is not listed above, just ask us!

We also offer an upholstery protector, preventing your furniture from any permanent staining or damage.

Remember, the cleaning of upholstery (more importantly leather) is a very precise process that should be completed by an IICRC professionally trained and certified cleaner. This is because furniture is very sensitive to cleaning solutions, and any misuse can result in permanent damage and/or alteration of your furniture, upholstery and leather.



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