Upholstery & Carpet Protection

Upholstery & Carpet Protection

Upholstery and carpet protection should not just be considered the ‘premium add-on’ to your clean, it is integral in ensuring the longevity, hygiene, and aesthetic appeal of your soft furnishings.

Why Have Your Upholstery & Carpets Protected?

Having your upholstery and carpets protected will ensure that your carpet is maintained to the best possible condition. Your carpets and fabrics will stay clean and retain that beautiful ‘brand new’ look for longer, as liquid, dust, food, and dirt are prevented from penetrating the fibres. See our section on The Many Benefits of Upholstery & Carpet Protection below for a more detailed explanation for how this works.

The Key Benefits

  • Your carpets and upholstery will last longer. Soiling can cause early wear and tear to carpets. After a while, high foot traffic areas will begin to wear down and the fibres will no longer be able to be effectively cleaned. This will force you to replace carpets far sooner than expected, an expensive and inconvenient endeavour.
  • Your carpets and upholstery will clean better. Spot cleaning and dry vacuuming will be much easier and more effective with protector applied.
  • Hygiene will be greatly improved. When carpets can be effectively cleaned, and do not allow dust, bacteria, or food particles to penetrate deep within their fibres, the build-up of harmful microorganisms and allergens is greatly reduced.

The Many Benefits of Upholstery & Carpet Protection

Many carpets and upholstered furniture already come with some type of protector applied to their fibres. While protection will last roughly three professional cleans, it is important to maintain regular application of protectors to ensure the longevity of your carpets and upholstery.

AllAces Cleaning & Restoration has made the commitment to only sources products that will ensure the best quality protection for your upholstery and carpets. Read on for a run down on how protectors work.

Surface Tension

When protectors are applied to fibres, an increase in surface tension is created. Practically speaking, this means that any liquid spilt on the fibres will have fewer spaces to enter the surface. The liquid will merely bead or pill up on the fabric, as it is now incapable of penetrating the fibres. Therefore, any spill is much simpler to clean off the surface and is fair less likely to stain.

It is important that you blot off as much liquid possible and/or scrape off all solids remaining to prevent damage to your carpet or upholstered furniture. Immediately blot any spills with a paper towel or a napkin, repeat if necessary. If the stain cannot be removed, you should call a professional stain removal company and seek advice.

Coating Mechanism

Upholstery and carpet protectors penetrate and completely engulf the fibres. If a liquid is spilt from high above the carpet, it will seep into the base of the fibres then the casing. This destroys the carpet’s internal structure which allows easier access for dust, dirt, and food to enter, as well as accelerated mould and mildew formation. However, when fabric protection is applied, every fibre is fully coated so the spill is completely contained, making the clean-up much simpler and easier than with no coat of fabric protection.

At AllAces Cleaning & Restoration we are more than happy to answer any questions you have regarding upholstery and carpet protection. Please do not hesitate to call on 1800 00 1010 or contact us using the form below.

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