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Charlotte 704.821.0882 | Raleigh 919.741.5577 

Boone 828.355.5912 SC 803.610.4510 

Greensboro 336.579.0060 | Hickory 828.759.5820

When is a Wet Vacuum Appropriate for Upholstery Cleaning?

The upholstery cleaning process can be a challenge to handle. Any couch, curtain set or loveseat that you have might take in stains over time. The worst part is that they might stick around for a while and become tough to clean off. You might not even know your surfaces have stains.

But a wet vacuum can help you with taking care of even the toughest stains. We at Spangler Restoration will help you get your upholstery cleaned off responsibly and quickly.

Our upholstery cleaning process can utilize a wet vacuum for cases like the following:

  • Deep Stains. A wet vacuum is ideal for when you have deep stains that cannot be vacuumed with a traditional vacuum. These include wine and drink stains and even blood stains.
  • Intense Dirt. Dirt can build up on your upholstery to where it will stick to the surface. You might struggle to get the dirt vacuumed up unless you have a wet vacuum.
  • Dusty Surfaces. Some traditional vacuums cause dust around your upholstery to spread around your surface and property. The flying dust could be difficult on those with allergies.
  • Treating Sensitive Fabrics. It is easier to clean off some sensitive fabrics like leather or suede when you add a bit of moisture. A standard vacuum might add too much stress onto those surfaces.

You must get the most out of your upholstery cleaning efforts if you have tough stains. See what our professionals at Spangler Restoration can do for treating your upholstery and making it look and feel like new.

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