Graeme Stephens, the owner of the Steam n Dry Upholstery Cleaning Auckland Services 1987, gives this expert mattresses, furniture upholstery cleaning, and water stains removal information. An IICRC-certified 2001 Master Restoration Technician. With over 35 years of carpet and upholstery cleaning experience in South Auckland, North Shore, East, and West Auckland.
The solution to removing water stains from cloth or furniture upholstery, mattress, or car seat fabric focuses on more than the stains. The idea that water can stain an upholstery or mattress fabric may seem impossible. How can clear water create discolouration and damage? The mineral content in water makes it easy for stains to appear on your furniture upholstery fabric, even in Auckland, where the water is soft. Still, treating water stains on carpets does not require chemicals.
You might find water stains on furniture upholstery fabric and water stain removal using specially treated water. To disinfect them, you’ll have to tackle the whole seat of furniture upholstery fabric. Fortunately, the process is an easy one.
Begin by vacuuming the furniture upholstery fabric seats using a vacuum with attachments. Remove both loose dirt and debris. If stained furniture upholstery seats, mattress fabric upholstery, or mattress fabric, it will turn to mud when moistened and cause additional stains.
The thumb rule is always to blot as much spillage as possible when furniture upholstery or mattress fabric is still wet from the first spill. Suck the water using a clean cloth until no more fluid can be pulled from the damp sofa fabric. The more you suck the moisture, the higher your chances of not creating water stains on the material when the water dries. First, spot-test the dry foam in a hidden area before you begin. Therefore, ensuring no unwanted effects on the fabric’s colour or texture.
Spray the dry foam cleaner on the furniture upholstery seat or mattress fabric. Cover the entire seat panel, not just the areas with water stains.
Dab the still-damp area with this dry foam cleaner or white vinegar-moistened cloth. Blot carefully around the peripheries of the stain and then move towards the centre. Do this to prevent the paint from spreading. It is essential to note that you do not have to rub much dry foam cleaner or white vinegar as you may damage the fabric. Also, could you keep an eye out for a colour loss?
Now let the dry foam cleaner or white vinegar solution stay on the sofa fabric for 15 minutes. Dry foam cleaner is a professional quality product. Thus, it will leave a fresh scent and a great clean behind.
Brush the foam over the sprayed areas gently into the fabric. Avoid scrubbing too hard with the brush as it can damage the surfaces of some cloth upholsterers. Wipe away the foam from the upholstery or mattress fabric with a clean, dry towel.
Suppose the cloth surface is “stiff” after drying, vacuum over the characters to restore the original texture. You must repeat the above steps until the water stain fades into oblivion. Afterwards, dry the damp furniture upholstery or mattress fabric surface with a hairdryer.
Refrain from pouring more water onto the furniture upholstery or mattress fabric, which may cause newer and bigger water rings. Do not clean using water silk sofa or couch upholstery fabrics because they form a watermark on drying. You’ll need to hire a professional upholstery cleaning service provider when you have doubts. We provide same-day, on-site professional upholstery cleaning services. Indeed, we follow the Restoration Sciences Academy and the Auckland Council Health and Hygiene Code of Practice 2013. Call us for your upholstery stain removal anywhere in North Auckland, East Auckland, South Auckland, and West Auckland.
Call Steam n Dry Upholstery Cleaning Auckland Services on 09-489 5599. You may check our typical customer upholstery cleaning Auckland FAQs. Your local upholstery provider has proudly serviced Auckland since 1987—branches in North Auckland, East Auckland, South Auckland, West Auckland, and everywhere.
Last Updated: January/20/2024 By Graeme Stephens