Upholstery Cleaning Bristol

BRISTOL 01179 326372 BATH & MELKSHAM 01225 738092 CHIPPENHAM & CORSHAM 01249 859058
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Bristol, Bath, Chippenham

Upholstery Cleaning

With regular use your upholstery can quickly become worn and stained, losing the fresh quality it had when it was new. Mags Cleaning Services offer a professional upholstery cleaning service for clients in Bristol, Bath, Chippenham and the surrounding areas. Our trained staff have the skills and ability to restore your upholstery to its former glory, removing dirt, stains and unpleasant odours.

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PROTECTING YOUR FURNITURE

For busy homes especially those with children, teenagers, pets etc you may want to consider one of our many fabric treatment options- including stain guarding and sanitising- which will protect your furniture and increase its lifespan.

We offer the following additional treatments:

Upholstery Cleaning Bristol

Eg. How many cushions can be removed, turned over and used both sides (both backs and bases), plus stains, marks etc?

The more information you can supply the more accurate we can be with our pricing.

Can you clean all upholstery fabrics?

As Bristol's upholstery cleaning experts, Mags Cleaning are fully equipped to clean all types of upholstery fabrics. The outer cover of your furniture can be made from a variety and combination of fibres, and you can be assured that we take full account of these before undertaking any cleaning operation. Most upholstery can be safely and effectively cleaned using water extraction, however delicate fibres and/ or those susceptible to colour migration have to be cleaned with “low moisture” cleaning or “dry” solvent cleaning.

Under the outer cover, the frame can be covered with a variety of stuffings and fabrics; natural hair, cotton wadding, wool felt, sponge and feather. Again we have to take in to account of the nature and variety of these underlying materials so that you will have none of the problems that can be associated with over-wetting, drying times, damage to underlying materials and in the worst cases the development of moulds within the stuffing materials.

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