Even on darker materials, a stain on your furniture can be a distracting and hard-to-tackle addition to your otherwise pristine furnishings. Whether your Sturgeon Bay, WI home upholstery is white, brown, or gray, a fluorescent pink blotch is not a good look. What’s more, not all stains are created equal. Some may respond to quick blotting with warm water, but more often than not, employing the services of professional upholstery cleaners, such as ServiceMaster Recovery by Restoration Holdings, may be the only sure-thing solution for that pesky new pigment.
Unlike their subtler counterparts, bright stains are particularly hard to conceal with a tasteful throw pillow or knit blanket. In a single unfortunate flick of the wrist, your favorite armchair could be adorned with a garish rose wine stain, and putting it there is much easier than taking it off. Unless you’re a professional chemist, figuring out the perfect home-made formula to clean the stain, while maintaining the original color of your upholstery, is no easy task.
Some homeowners swear by vinegar and warm water for furniture cleaning, while others insist upon lemon juice and a very thorough vacuuming. Bleach has always been a popular way to deal with stains, but its harsh nature can damage the fibers in your upholstery, or worse, drain the color out of the surrounding fabric. Sometimes your formula will turn out perfectly and the stain is lifted instantly, while other times, you just end up with a bright pink stain that simply smells like vinegar.
This is why professional upholstery cleaners are trained in assessing which type of cleaner best suits each stain. Instead of playing mad scientist with your upholstery, rely upon the professional upholstery cleaners at ServiceMaster Recovery by Restoration Holdings to keep your Sturgeon Bay, WI furniture looking (and smelling) stain and vinegar free. Call us today at (920) 336-7411, or visit our website here for more information and furniture cleaning tips.