Meticulous Fabric and Lounge Cleaning

It is always a challenge to clean fabrics and lounges that are possibly not colour-fast or very delicate. The dry foam process is ideally suited for those areas (blind pelmets and curtains) that need cleaning with minimum moisture.

It is important to be aware of the fact that the dry foam process is to aid maintenance and not a cleaning procedure. The dry foam process is undertaken if and only if other Deluxe Upholstery Cleaning processes cannot be applied to the areas that need to be cleaned.

  1. Pre-inspection – The pre-inspection stage involves identification of fibre that makes up the fabric and a survey of the spots and stains on the fabric. Professional advice is provided after complete evaluation of the fabric.
  2. Dry Soil Removal – The next step is to remove the dry soil using methods such as dry vacuuming and filtration (hospital grade). Using these methods assures removal of over 70 percent of dry soil.
  3. Application of Foam – The foam is then applied to the fabric, making use of foam sponges. This helps to break down the soil and dirt and encapsulate them.
  4. Dry Vacuuming – Once the soil and sweat have been entrapped, the fabric layer is dry vacuumed to remove all the soil and dirt.
  5. Deodorisation – The next step is to remove all odours by using a de-odourising mist. This leaves the fabric pleasant smelling.
  6. Towelling – Dry towels are further used on the fabric to pick up any remaining soil. It also helps to dry the fabric.
  7. Drying – The last step is to dry the fabric completely using high-speed dryers.

Photo of a living room that has clean fabrics and lounges

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