UPHOLSTERY CLEANING SERVICESProfessional furniture & upholstery cleaning in Gastonia & Hickory areas
Your Healthy Home Starts Here
Upholstery can attract just as much dirt, grime, and dust as the carpets and rugs in your home. Dirty clothes and shedding animals only add to the problem. Our Hot Carbonated Extraction (HCE) cleaning process is ideal for upholstered furniture including couches, loveseat, and chairs.
Our upholstery cleaners can revitalize your upholstery with a fresh clean that dries quickly and stays cleaner longer. Before you consider replacing your furniture, give Green Team Chem-Dry a chance to save it with our upholstery cleaning in Gastonia, Hickory, and surrounding NC areas.
How Do We Clean Your Upholstery?
The secret to Chem-Dry’s drier, healthier upholstery cleaning: millions of tiny effervescent carbonated cleaning bubbles. The carbonating solutions penetrate deep into the upholstery, literally exploding dust and dirt off the surface. After this, we use hot water extraction to whisk them away and ensure a thorough clean. Our safe, non-toxic upholstery cleaning in Hickory and Gastonia, NC actually helps your sofas, love seats, couches, and chairs stay cleaner for longer.
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 non-living allergens from carpets and upholstery.* The common allergens tested were dog and cat dander and dust mite allergens.
Other Advantages of Choosing Green Team Cleaning for Upholstery Care
- Our process is safe for all kinds of upholstery, including some of the finest natural fibers and the hardiest synthetics.
- Our process is safe for children and pets.
- There are no dirt-attracting residues that can prematurely re-soil your furniture, saving you money on future cleanings.
- Chem-Dry’s fabric protector shields your upholstery by forming a water and oil repellent barrier on the surface of your furniture’s material.