Upholstery & Mattress Cleaning
Most of us live on our upholstered furniture; however, we don’t want it to look lived on. Indoor pets are more common, but our beloved pets can wreak havoc on our beautiful upholstery. From your finest fabrics to your most “lived on” pieces, STEAMPRO’s state of the art equipment will safely and effectively renew your upholstery for a fresher room and cleaner environment.
Unlike any tool on the market, the HydraMaster’s patented DriMaster™ Upholstery Tool, effectively deep cleans your upholstery without over wetting it. Its new jetless cleaning technology has a low residual moisture effect that leaves the fabric cleaner and drier.
Once your upholstery is cleaned, we can apply a layer of stain guard, which will keep stains from setting in by wicking away moisture to protect your fabrics longer. This application will last until your next upholstery cleaning.
Schedule a thorough upholstery cleaning with your next STEAMPRO carpet, tile, hardwood, air duct or mattress cleaning.
- Dining room chairs
- Patio cushions
- Curtains & drapes
Getting your mattress cleaned is one of the most neglected parts of house cleaning. However, it is one of largest contributors to in-home allergies.
How Does STEAMPRO Clean Your Mattress?
We vacuum your mattress with our powerful truck mounted machine, which vents outside of your home – thereby eliminating allergens and not simply displacing them. Next we steam clean the top, bottom, and sides of your mattress with HydraMaster’s patented DriMaster™ Tool. This will insure a great clean without over wetting your mattress and the high temperature will kill any mites living in the mattress.
Statistics from the EPA
Dust mites are the #1 household allergen. They are arachnids, related to spider, 0.3mm in length. They are found in virtually all homes, no matter how clean.
The primary source of dust mite exposure is the bedroom, which provides the best conditions of warmth, humidity, and food for their growth. They are present in mattresses, pillows, carpet, upholstered furniture, curtains, and similar fabrics.
The household dust mite survives by eating dead skin cells, which comprise up to 80% of household dust. The also live off of water vapor, which we provide for them – approximately one pint per person, per night – by perspiring and breathing.
During the night, most people toss and turn up to 70 times. This expels mite feces pellets from bedding and pillows into the air. These allergens stay in the air for up to 2 hours! Once airborne, dried dust mite droppings are inhaled, causing allergic reactions in asthmatics.
These allergens can cause wheezing, coughs, itchy eyes, sniffles, and in more serious cases: asthma, eczema, and allergic rhinitis.