When it comes to cleaning sofas, there are several machines that can be used, depending on the type of upholstery and the level of dirt or stains. Here are a few common machines used for sofa cleaning:
Vacuum Cleaner: A vacuum cleaner with upholstery attachments is useful for removing loose dirt, dust, and debris from the surface of the sofa. It is generally the first step in sofa cleaning.
Steam Cleaner: Steam cleaning machines use hot water vapor to clean and disinfect upholstery. They are effective for removing stains, odors, and deep-seated dirt. However, steam cleaning may not be suitable for all types of upholstery, so it’s essential to check the manufacturer’s recommendations.
Upholstery Shampooer/Extractor: Upholstery shampooers or extractors are specifically designed for deep cleaning upholstery. They apply a cleaning solution to the fabric and then extract it along with dirt and stains. These machines often have rotating brushes to agitate the fabric and loosen dirt.
Dry-Cleaning Machines: Some sofas require dry cleaning methods due to their sensitivity to moisture. Dry-cleaning machines use specialized solvents or foam to clean the fabric without excessive water usage. They can be a suitable option for delicate or water-sensitive upholstery.
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