Let’s face it: mishaps are part of everyday life. And the more you use your sofa, chairs, and other upholstered items, the more likely they’ll collect stains or fall victim to spills. But just because you use your furniture everyday doesn’t mean it has to look like you do. If your furniture isn’t as bright, clean, or fresh as it used to be, you can trust Dr. Chem-Dry’s expert upholstery cleaning to make it look like new.
Since 1978, Dr. Chem-Dry has been proud to clean upholstery throughout Phoenix, Scottsdale, Glendale, Peoria, and nearby areas. We’ve won a lot of loyal customers with our unwavering commitment to provide exceptional service and value – something you see in everything we do. Our cleaning technicians are also highly trained, experienced, and certified. Count on us for the expertise to expertly handle even the most delicate upholstery.
Not all Phoenix – Scottsdale area upholstery cleaners are equal. We use an exclusive hot carbonated solution called The Natural®. Instead of sticky soaps, The Natural uses an army of tiny bubbles that penetrate deeply before lifting dirt, grime, and other stains to the surface for removal. Advanced tools such as truck-mounted extraction and power heads effectively pull away stain-causing material, leaving your furniture looking and feeling clean and fresh.
Here are a few of the other advantages of Dr. Chem-Dry upholstery cleaning:
- Our methods are safe for all kinds of upholstery, including some of the finest natural fibers and synthetics
- Our eco-friendly, non-toxic solutions are safe to use around children, pets, and allergy sufferers
- We don’t use sticky soaps that actually attract dirt; you won’t need to schedule as many cleanings in order to maintain clean-looking furniture
- Our fabric protector shields furniture by forming a protective barrier on the surface of your upholstery
Furniture is just the beginning; Dr. Chem-Dry also cleans auto interiors, boat interiors, office dividers, and much more. And we specialize in leather upholstery cleaning – our methods have been endorsed by over 300 tanneries and leather manufacturers.
Upholstery Dry Cleaning
Some upholstery fabrics are surprisingly delicate. Some fabrics can be damaged if they are wet-cleaned, and others aren’t supposed to be cleaned at all. Thankfully, Dr. Chem-Dry can help. We offer effective dry cleaning solutions for those specialty pieces of upholstery.
Not sure what type of upholstery you have? Most of the time you can identify your upholstery’s cleaning requirements by looking at the tag underneath the cushions. Look for the letters ‘W,’ ‘S,’ and ‘X.’ ‘W’ indicates that your upholstery is wet-cleanable; ‘S’ means ‘dry-clean-only;’ ‘X’ means ‘do not clean.’
Our technicians are trained and certified to inspect and test your upholstery to determine how it can be cleaned. Even when upholstery is labeled ‘X,’ our skillful technicians can often still clean it.
Our Fabric Protector surrounds your furniture with an invisible shield, helping it to stand up to life’s unexpected messes. This small investment can have a big impact in the longevity of your furniture, helping your fabrics look newer, for longer.
Better yet: This treatment can protect wet-cleanable fabrics as well as dry-clean-only fabrics.
We’re proud to keep sofas, chairs, and other upholstered furniture clean and bright in Phoenix, Scottsdale, Glendale, Peoria, and the surrounding area. If it’s been too long since your last upholstery cleaning, call or contact Dr. Chem-Dry today to see how we can make your furnishings just like new again.
Hot Carbonating Extraction Process Makes Homes Healthier
Our Hot Carbonating Extraction (HCE) process was tested by a leading independent air quality laboratory in multiple homes. The lab found that Chem-Dry removes an average of 98.1% of common household allergens from carpets and upholstery. The common allergens tested were dog and cat dander and dust mite allergens. Additionally, our HCE process, when coupled with a sanitizer, was found to remove an average of 89% of the airborne bacteria in the home and 82.3% of the bacteria in carpets.