Furniture Cleaning

Furniture & Upholstery Steam Cleaning 

Upholstery Cleaning Sunshine Coast

Furniture cleaning is the best way to ensure you get a long life from your furniture.  Like the carpets in your home and office, lounge suites and chairs can receive a lot of attention, often in the form of dirty clothes, sweaty bodies and/or animals shedding.

Often the centre of the home, lounge rooms and media rooms can be one of the most used room in the house – by all family members.  These soft furnishings  & the fabric on the lounge suites help trap body oils, dust & pollen and dander.  As these dirt and oils build up, so does the bacteria from shedding which can cause unpleasant odours. 

Improve Indoor Air Quality

Like carpets & rugs, soft furnishings  like lounge suites can help trap air borne allergens & dust creating cleaner air in the immediate environment to breath. They act as a passive air filters trapping dust, pollen and other particles -removing them from the breathing zone. 

So when you clean your furniture regularly – your are effectively helping to keep your ‘in home air filter’ in top working order.  It also provides the more practical benefit of  protecting your financial investment and getting a longer life from your lounge suite. 

Our Cleaning Process – Hot Water Extraction or Steam Cleaning

HWE is a cleaning method in which hot water is spray-injected into fibre / and almost immediately thereafter, injected water is vacuum-extracted out to flush and physically remove soils and excess moisture from the fibre.

Our specialised extraction tool flushes the cleaning solution out  along with all of the dirt, dust, and allergens leaving your furniture brighter, cleaner, and healthier for you and your family.  Our Hot Water Extraction process for furniture cleaning allows the furniture to dry within 2-4 hours. 

Our Cleaning Products

When it comes to furniture & upholstery cleaning Suncoast Supreme Cleaning uses only quality products to ensure a deep clean while also taking care of the environment. Our cleaning products have been used in Australian homes for many years and are safe for your family and pets and are:

  • Safe for all kinds of Upholstery, including some of the finest natural fibres and the hardiest synthetics
  • Safe for children and pets
  • Great for auto interiors, boat interiors, office dividers and any upholstered item
  • We also offer fabric protection – This protects your upholstery by forming a temporary water and oil repellent barrier on the surface of your upholstery material
Need your Upholstery Cleaned?

Complete our Contact form to get an obligation free quote,  request a call back or call us directly on 0491 075 652

Preparing your home for our visit

Step 1: Remove clutter

We will need to be able to move around the pieces of furniture we are cleaning, so removing clutter on both the floor and the furniture itself will ensure the cleaning goes smoothly.

Step 2: Move furniture away from walls

In order to clean the upholstery on your furniture as thoroughly as possible, we need to be able to access the entire piece.  We will need to move the furniture a few feet out from the wall to be able to reach the less accessible parts of your furniture and deliver a thorough couch cleaning.

Step 3: Take note of particular problem areas

We do our best to be very thorough, but different factors such as lighting and shadows can disguise  blemishes and hide problem areas from view. Make note, beforehand, of any spots that you believe could use extra care and be sure to point them out to us when we arrive.

Step 4: Clear a path for easy access

Our equipment is mobile but we need  a clear path from the front door to the room where we will be cleaning. Not only will this help the cleaning to go more quickly, but it will lower the risk of tripping on anything as we transport equipment to and from the vehicle.

Step 5: Prepare pets for the visit

While we know you love your pets, a visit from a stranger with big equipment and lots of new smells and sounds can agitate them. Make plans for how to keep them somewhere out of the way, like a yard or closed in another area of the home, so that they are not overly bothered by the technician’s presence.