you don't walk on your upholstery with dirty shoes, you don't track
the dirt and grime from outdoors onto your upholstered fabrics. So
it is only natural that you also don't realize how heavily soiled
your sofa, loveseat and chair can become.
cells, oils, dust, and other contaminants collect on your
upholstery, though, and will only be removed through a thorough
This is not
just a quick surface clean. Our process involves a thorough cleaning
that involves hot water extraction to get as deep as possible.
We also offer
furniture fabric protection which is applied after our deep and
thorough cleaning. The protectant provides a clear layer that will
help keep your furniture clean for an extended amount of time. It
will also help in case of accidents by giving you time to clean
before stains set in.
LEAVE IT TO THE PROFESSIONALS
We are a full service upholstery cleaning company.
Blue Ribbon Upholstery Cleaners use the power of extraction to lift
dirt and soil to the surface of your fabric upholstery where it is
sucked away using our powerful system. Our solutions penetrate deep
into the fiber, separating dirt and grime off of the fiber’s
surface. Then we use hot water extraction to lift the dirty
particles to the surface where they are instantly removed. Our safe,
non-toxic solutions are environmentally safe and help your fabrics
stay as clean as they were when new. When looking for an upholstery
cleaner in the Fort Worth area, look no further than Blue Ribbon
Upholstery Cleaners. We are here to serve you.
Should I Clean & Protect My Leather?
Oils & Grease – Body oils from both humans and animals
attach and hold on to leather. Body oils are easily
transferred to the head cushions and armrests of the
furniture and can cause serious damage to the protective
finishes found on leather.
Atmospheric Soils – Consider the dust that builds up on
a coffee table or desk over a week's time. This same dust is
being deposited on your leather. There are airborne cooking
oils and atmospheric pollution that are present, to a
greater or lesser extent, in every home. These elements can
wear down leather over time.
Common Soils – These soils include dirt tracked in from
outside along with sand and fibers from plants, brought into
the home by people and pets.
Dyes and Inks – The inks from newspapers and dyes from
clothing can transfer onto leather.
Leather, when properly maintained, will last
four or five times longer than fabric or man–made fibers.
Over time, body oils, perspiration, skin acids and other
soils can work their way into the leather.
Cleaning leather furniture is an involved
process that requires great care because this material can
easily get damaged if it is not treated properly. While a
homeowner can do it on their own, professionals certified in
the field will have all of the equipment and materials
needed to do an excellent job. Because this material is
preserved animal skin, it should be treated as such.
Substances that can keep it supple and slightly moistened
will help maintain its look, feel and durability.
Blue Ribbon will identify your furniture’s
leather types and select products specifically designed to
clean and remove soil buildups and other stains. We will
then condition and protect your leather to revitalize and
restore its natural beauty and feel.