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Upholstery Cleaning

The well coordinated and precise upholstery cleaning process is combined with state-of-the-art equipment and products that ensure the most efficient treatment of any kind of stains or other types of pollution.


To keep your home looking its best, plan to have your upholstered furniture professionally cleaned on a regular schedule. Clean heavily-used pieces at 12-month intervals and lightly-used pieces at 24-month intervals. Periodic professional cleaning removes accumulated grime, helping fabric to retain its original appearance as much as possible. Increase cleaning intervals when fabric is subjected to heavy use, or when it is located in homes occupied with persons with allergies or respiratory sensitivity.

Dirty upholstery can make your entire room feel dirty. It’s a shame to have spots and stains on your furniture when it’s so quick and easy to make it look like new again.

For over 15 years, Elite Steam has delivered expert upholstery cleaning with great results. Maintaining and cleaning your upholstered furniture can be difficult and time consuming. That’s why the task of cleaning upholstery often remains on the “to do” list for years. Home owners can depend on Elite Steam to get this difficult job done “properly”. Don’t live with dirty looking furniture for one more day – call us.

Have you reached that point? We will come to your home or office and get the job done-quickly and professionally for you. Your upholstered furniture will once again look clean, colorful and appealing. Call Elite Steam, the carpet and upholstery cleaning experts.


  • Sofas

  • Loveseats

  • Chairs

  • Ottomans

  • Dining Room Chairs

  • Bar Stools

  • Chaise Loungers

  • Sectionals


  • Remove dry soil by vacuuming and (depending on the fabric) brushing to remove dust and soil particles.

  • Only vacuum with a proper upholstery attachment should be done regularly and thoroughly to remove airborne dust and lint.

  • Loose cushions should be turned and rotated to equalize wear and soiling levels.

  • Monitor any build-up of soil on the fabric’s surface and treat spots and stains (with proper techniques and solutions) immediately after spills or soiling occurs.