• 2 Foolproof Tips for Getting Lingering Odors Out of Furniture

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    Feeling like your furniture could be a little less odiferous?

    We all know that feeling when you sit down in a chair or on the couch to relax and you end up trying to figure out what that odor could be. No one wants stinky furniture. Here are two foolproof tips for getting lingering odors out of furniture.

    Tip #1: Pick the Right Upholstery Cleaner

    There are plenty of professional carpet and upholstery cleaners out there who are more than happy to take your money and do a mediocre job. The trick is to find professionals who know how to perform a deep cleaning. Anyone can clean the surface of your upholstery with nicely scented products, and it may feel like you got a good deal, at first. Once that fragrance wears off, you'll realize that your furniture is still dirty and that it still smells less than good. Picking a reliable cleaning company with the right tools and products will ensure your furniture is clean and deodorized.

    Tip #2: Skip the Home Remedies

    There are lots of common causes for odors that could be lingering in your furniture. It could be cooking smells, pet odors, or even bacteria and mold. It's critical to make sure that deep cleaning gets those pesky contaminants out of the fabric and padding in your furniture. Doing it incorrectly could not only cause the smell to stick around, but it will start to damage your furniture and make it look bad in addition to smelling bad. Skip the home remedies and go straight for the pros with the big guns.

    Instead of living with smelly furniture, make a quick call. Get the right team out to your house to get it cleaned and deodorized for a real difference in how your home looks and smells. Contact our expert team at Whitehall Carpet Cleaners to get the lingering odors out of your furniture.

    By: Matt Lashway Friday, November 10, 2017
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