In most cases your upholstery will be cleaned using hot water extraction, a process that is suitable for a large amount of fabric types including cotton and synthetic fabrics. Water-sensitive upholstery fabrics such as velvet and moiré can be cleaned using on-site dry cleaning with odourless solvents. Loose upholstery covers and very heavily soiled cushion covers can be removed from site and machine cleaned.
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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.
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The first steam-powered loom appeared in 1787, and by 1876, the invention of the Axminster loom, a machine that permitted unlimited use of colour and design, boosted the production of rugs and then carpets. The advent of synthetic fibres and tufted carpet (carpet manufactured by the insertion of tufts of yarn through a carpet-backing fabric) made mass production and purchase of rugs and carpets easier, faster, and less expensive.
- Carry out shrinkage and colour fast tests
- Vacuum thoroughly to remove dry soiling
- Treat difficult spots with specialist solutions
- Spray with fabric cleaning solution to loosen soiling
- Brush fabric to agitate the cleaning solution
- Rinse fabric with neutralising solution/water or dry cleaning solvent
- Speed dry fabric as required
© PCB Cleaning - upholstery 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.
The stuffing of furniture for comfort began to evolve during the reign of Queen Elizabeth 1. Prior to this period cushions had been used to provide some relief from the hard seating available. The craft of upholstery began to develop with its greatest and most succesful period being the late Victorian and Edwardian period.
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