Upholstery Cleaning For Your Office
Upholstery is often overlooked when planning to clean the office space, even though your flooring may cover more square footage, modern offices can now include more couches, banquettes, chairs, rugs, window covers and lounge areas that require just as many cleanings. Professional upholstery cleaning is absolutely essential to remove dust, debris and keep allergens in check. With the modern office being such a dynamic environment with people visiting frequently, it is best to keep the office clean and sanitized while also protecting one of your most costly and necessary investments.
Keeping your upholstery clean and looking like new should be on the top of your to-do list. Dirt, dust, and other pollutants that collect in the fabric and crevices of your furniture can compromise air quality as well as leaving it looking soiled and stained. A good deep cleaning consisting of an atomized mixture of air and cleaning solution is injected into the fabric, where the mixture will create tiny droplets. Those tiny droplets of air and cleaning solution acts as a scrubber, cleaning the individual fibers. The solution is then removed with a high powered vacuum, simultaneously with any dirt, allergens, and stains that were on the fabric. Using the dry-method means little to no dry time, leaving you with cleaner and healthier textiles and fabrics.
Routine maintenance on your buildings’ upholstery can actually reduce sick days as well. Providing your employees with a cleaner work environment can help stop the spread of illness such as colds and the flu. Having your upholstery professionally cleaned won’t just improve the visible quality, but will also sanitize and deodorize to help reduce allergens and bacteria.
Maintain your upholstery and panels’ fresh look, while creating a healthier work environment by scheduling an upholstery cleaning with The Floor Care Company today.
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