To find professional microfiber upholstery cleaning services, visit company websites, such as Sears Home Services, Smart Choice Cleaning and Green Choice Carpet, or find companies listed on the yellow pages in local phone directories. Review company websites to learn more about the microfiber cleaning process or to schedule an appointment.
Considered durable and easy-to-care for, microfiber upholstery typically requires special solvents or low-moisture or dry cleaning products to clean and remove stains. Since soap and water can leave permanent marks on the fabric, you should contact a professional cleaning service that specializes in microfiber upholstery, because these services have access to the correct cleaning products and equipment. Professional cleaning services also train employees in how to remove stains without tearing, stretching or staining the upholstery.
To remove small stains on microfiber upholstery, visit the furniture manufacturer's website or read the care label on the furniture before attempting to clean. Certain types of microfiber upholstery may be cleaned with a small amount of water, while other types require dry cleaning products. Depending on the size and location of the stain, you may be able to remove the stain without damaging the microfiber. If damage occurs, contact a professional cleaning company to determine if the upholstery can be restored.