As curtains can cost a lot of money it makes good sense to keep them clean and looking good. Taking down curtains ready for cleaning and then re-hanging afterwards can be a difficult and time consuming task.
I can take away the need for this hard work by cleaning your curtains on-site and in their current position so there is no need to take them down or to re-hang them. I ensure that all areas receive full attention and this includes the lining, swags and tails, and the pelmets.
Curtains are cleaned using specialist cleaning solutions and heated solvents thus eliminating any risk of colour change or bleeding.
Cleaning will remove any stale odours that may accumulate over time, resulting in fresher, healthier and brighter looking curtains.
Curtains cleaned in position so no re-hanging required.
your local carpet, curtain and upholstery cleaning specialist
Tel: 01342 717444
Ardingly, Ashurst Wood, Balcombe, Copthorne, Crawley, Crawley Down, East Grinstead, Felbridge, Forest Row, Godstone, Haywards Heath, Horsham, Horley, Lingfield, Oxted, Pease Pottage, Pound Hill, Roffey, Smallfield, Salfords, Worth and surrounding villages in West Sussex, East Sussex and Surrey.
Did you know ...
Rugs have been around for a very long time with the earliest examples being made from organic fibres such as grasses, reeds, leaves and other natural materials.
The first true ‘rugs’ were probably rough cured skins used as floor coverings in the homes of early hunters. With tough, flexible backing and generally soft material (called ‘pile’), these rugs served to keep the home more warm and insulated.
© PCB Cleaning - curtain cleaning in Crawley, East Grinstead, Horsham, Horley and surrounding areas
including RH1, RH2, RH3, RH4, RH5, RH6, RH7, RH8, RH9, RH10, RH11, RH12, RH13, RH14, RH15, RH16, RH17,
RH18 & RH19 postcode areas.
- Curtains are examined and any surface soiling is removed
- Odourless solvent spotters used as required
- Vacuuming of curtains including swags and tails and lining
- Heated dry cleaning fluid applied to curtains and extracted using a specialist solvent applicator machine
- Clean curtains are hand finished paying particular attention to swags and tails, lining and tie backs
Did you know ...
Italian merchants first brought oriental rugs to Europe, where they were used as wall hangings and coverings. By 1600, France had developed a dominant weaver’s guild, and England wasn’t far behind. The 1700’s marked England’s emergence into the weaving industry, and by about 1830, a good portion of the wool produced in England was used for carpets.
Various machines were created to aid the process of weaving, and looms have become so sophisticated today that they run off of computer algorithms. Rugs were not widely available in the US and Europe until the onset of mass production and the invention of industrial grade machines.