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Old 03-20-2006, 08:03 AM
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Question Upholstery Cleaner ideas?

Does anyone know what the best upholstery cleaning system/product is? I have some cream colored furniture that I have just gotten from a family member that has got some doozie dirt marks on it...I really do not care how much it costs to get it cleaned...I just want it to work. I am thinking about calling a steam cleaner, but thought if anyone knew of something better I would look at it.

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Old 03-20-2006, 09:40 AM
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I'd say go with the pros. But ask around for referrals. I had a couch cleaned once by "pros" and they left the couch too wet. Needless to say, it started stinking after a few days. I was preggers at the time, so I may have been overly sensitive to smells, but I made my hubby get rid of it...
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If the covers come off try the drycleaners. We do them all the time and they usually come out good.
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Check your cleaning code if you are going to do it yourself. It should be 's', 'w', 'x', something like that. It will be on the do not remove tags. Make sure any professional cleaners know the cleaning code, as well. Oh, 's' means use solvent based cleaner, 'w' means water based cleaner, 'x' is dryclean only. Hope that helps!
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