• How to Get That Stink Out of Your Furniture


    It’s easy to get desensitized to the odors in our home, but sometimes you’ll suddenly notice there’s a certain smell coming from your furniture. Don’t feel bad; it happens to the best of us, especially if we have pets, kids, or both. The good news is you don’t have to live with it. Here are some tips for getting that stink out of your furniture:

    Don’t Forget to Vacuum

    When you vacuum your floors, don’t forget to vacuum your furniture. Keeping it clean between professional cleanings can help prevent the build-up of dirt, dust, pet hair, pet dander and other things that can make your upholstery look and smell dirty.

    Be Sure to Spot Clean

    Spot cleaning is important, especially when you have kids. Any spill should be cleaned as quickly as possible with any remaining residue wiped up carefully. Food, grease and any moisture can attract more dirt to the area, making it look worse and worse over time. Food with a strong odor is especially bad as the smell will stick in the fibers of the upholstery even if you think you've done a good job with the spot cleaning.

    Have It Professionally Cleaned

    Regularly cleaning your carpets will help keep your home clean and free from dirt, bacteria and allergens. It's just as important to clean the upholstered furniture in your home. Not only will it get out the deep-down grime, but it can remove that pesky stink you thought would never go away.

    Don't settle for smelly furniture. Contact our team of pros at Whitehall Carpet Cleaners today to help you get the stink out of your furniture.

    By: Matt Lashway Tuesday, February 21, 2017
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