Living hygienically is a choice. CPH Services upholstery and leather lounge cleaning service provides our clients an environmentally conscious, affordable and professional alternative for their lounge cleaning needs. Our lounge cleaning technicians have been trained for both leather lounge cleaning and upholstery lounge cleaning – We also clean chairs, sofa-beds, mattresses and can even clean the fabric upholstery inside your car.
CPH Services understands the importance of using the most appropriate products suitable for your lounge fabric. Not one product does it all and not all stain removers are suitable for use on all fabric lounges. Our lounge-cleaning technicians pay particular attention to the usual areas where natural oils seep into the lounge fabric causing discolouration and staining.
We have a number of options for our clients depending upon their budget and needs. These options include a hot water extraction steam cleaning with sanitiser; some prefer just a high powered commercial vacuum to rid the lounge from pet hair then apply a sanitiser or our UV allergy advanced vacuum (we use for mattresses); while others may require stain or pet urine (or no.2’s) treatments which require an additional anti-microbial treatment after cleaning. There are many options so let’s talk when you call and we’ll gladly walk you through the one most suitable option for you.
The same could be said for our leather lounge cleaning; simply using any leather-cleaning product purchased from a cleaning supplier is not acceptable to us. It is critical to identify the type of leather to be cleaned then pre-inspect and conduct a colour-fastness test prior, to ensure it is safe to clean. Our leather cleaning is a three-step process:
1. Identifying the leather: It could be Aniline, Full Grain, Nubuck, Roller-Coated, Antique or Wax coated to name but a few, and without knowing what type of leather it is could be disastrous if the wrong product is applied.
2. Clean the leather with the appropriate product: We have our own unique cleaning process that depends upon the actual type of leather to be cleaned. It is non-abrasive, yet effective in removing dirt and grime while allowing the leather to absorb the cleaning agent.
3. Apply a protective coating: A protective coating is applied to layer an absorbable protective moisturiser to the leather lounge, allowing for a softer more subtle finish.
Let’s talk – call us for more information on how CPH Services lounge cleaning can help keep your home or office environment healthy.