Once you protect your new furniture investment with our Comprehensive Protection Plan/Upholstered Fabric Furniture Plan, you’ve taken the first step towards keeping your upholstery looking beautiful!
All Furniture Services handles all kinds of repairs, restorations, re-padding, and customization of upholstered furniture no matter it is Residential, Hospitality, Medical Facility, Building Lobby or Commercial. Indoor, Outdoor, On-site or In-shop. We do it all!
When furniture is damaged in certain area, channel tufting or buttons came apart, torn, cigarette burn, discolored or else, there may be a possibility of repair, or you can contact original manufacture and see if replacement upholstery part available and order it so we can install/ replace. Otherwise we may be able to get the same material (if available) in such case we can replace damaged area of the upholstered part. In case original part or material is not available we may be able to use outside back or pillow to partially re-upholster, repair or color match – dye such area. If seam open or torn medics can reproduce original manufacture stitching by hand and or take apart bring to shop for machine stitching, backing or re-enforcement.
There are certain steps that you can take in order to keep both new and older upholstery looking it’s best by minimizing wear and tear and preventing/removing common household stains. You’ll find these important tips in Fabric Care and Cleaning Tips located below.
It’s our way of reminding you that we take your home furnishing investments seriously and we know you do too!
FABRIC CARE and CLEANING TIPS:
As we mentioned before, our Comprehensive Protection Plan makes it easier for you to maintain your furniture, however, regular care and cleaning will assist in keeping all your fabric upholstered furniture looking new for a longer period of time.
Vacuuming or light brushing helps to remove soil and prevents the embedding of dirt in between the fabric fibers. Rotate and turn your cushions after vacuuming to prevent excessive wear and soil patterns. Always try to avoid placing newspapers on your fabric furniture since the ink could leave a permanent stain. Avoid the use of dyes, acids, corrosives, paints, inks, nail polish and removers around your furniture. Never remove cushion covers for dry cleaning or machine washing purposes even when they have zippers. Try to keep upholstered furniture away from direct sunlight to avoid fading. Periodic cleaning by an authorized technician will ensure the gradual build up of soil, perspiration, and oils do not cause permanent damage and shorten the life span of your fabric upholstered furniture.
Know your fabrics cleanability codes to decipher the proper type of cleaner that you need to utilize and always pretest the product in an inconspicuous spot.
W, S, W/S, and X
Code “W” Fabrics:
Synthetic Fibers: Acetate, Herculon, Nylon, Olefin, and Polyester fabrics. Use only the foam from water-based cleaning agents such as mild soap or use a non-solvent upholstery cleaner.
Code “S” Fabrics:
These include Cellulosic or Protein Fibers: Cotton, Linen, Rayon, Silk or Wool. Other “S” coded fabrics are: Acrylic, Damask, Tapestry, Brocade, Denim, Velour, Chintz, and Plaid (Cotton/Olefin Blend). Spot clean using a mild water-free solvent or dry cleaning product.
Spot clean with a mild solvent, upholstery shampoo or a mild soap/detergent.
Code “X” Fabrics:
Clean this type of fabric only by vacuuming or light brushing. Do not use water-based foam or solvent based cleaning agents of any kind.