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Don’t be afraid to let your fabric out of the plastic!

Did you just invest in a gorgeous new sofa? Are you dying to keep your children, friends, pets, food, sunlight, shoes and snacks as far away from the new décor as possible? Don’t sacrifice living in your living room just to preserve the look of your new couch. You can avoid stains and enjoy your new home decor if you invest in furniture protection.

There are a few different options when it comes to protecting your furniture. Whether you’re trying to undo existing damage or you want to prevent the accidents from ever happening, there is a furniture protection out there for you.

Fabric Protection

Your brand new fabric sofa should get stain protection before you ever bring it home. No matter what color the fabric is, juice, food, pet stains or dirt can work their way into the threads, destroying the new look of your sofa and shortening its life long before its time.

Leather Protection

If you have a leather sofa, there is an option out there for you too. Leather sofas should always receive protection because a simple spill, a little moisture, or even a sweaty kid can leave stains behind that you’ll never be able to remove. Leather protection helps to keep food and drink stains from seeping in, but it’s also great to prevent tears and fading.

UV Protection

Possibly the least-known of the furniture protection services, UV protection is a great investment. Whether you have a fabric sofa or a leather sofa, investing in UV protection can help to stop color fading caused by long-term direct sunlight. Although you might not think much of the sun streaming onto your new couch when you first bring it home, years and years of direct sunlight on your sofa will cause it to fade. If your couch isn’t exposed to even sunlight, you could end up with patches of faded fabric that can’t be fixed.

 

Stain Removal

If your new sofa has already been exposed to stains, don’t give up hope. You can undo the damage that’s been done.

If you have already stained your sofa, you should contact the professionals to get a high-powered fabric cleaner to help remove worn-in stains or tough-to-remove messes like coffee or wine. Even if you’ve already attempted to remove a bad stain with store-bought stain removal, there is a good chance that a professional service could successfully remove the stain.

Odor Removal

If the biggest problem with your sofa isn’t the stain, but the smell, you can fix that too. Professional-grade odor removal can get the worst scents out of your sofa. Cigarette smoke, dog odor, or left-over food odors can all be removed, breathing new life into your sofa. Stop allowing your sofa to stink up your living room. Odor removal can make a real difference in the health of your home.

Leather protection, fabric protection, sun protection, stain removal and odor removal are all available to keep your sofa looking brand new.