5 Reasons To Choose Chem-Dry Upholstery Cleaning Over DIY Methods

Dec 29, 2020 | Upholstery Cleaning

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At Chem-Dry, your health and safety is our highest priority. As the leader in upholstery cleaning in Santa Clarita Valley, we’re here to make every effort toward safe homes and businesses throughout the community.


So instead of choosing only DIY upholstery cleaning methods, first consider these benefits Chem-Dry in Santa Clarita Valley proudly provides. 


#1 – Chem-Dry protects your upholstery.

In addition to cleaning your upholstery, Chem-Dry also adds a specially formulated fabric protectant that shields your furniture fibers from moisture, dirt, and stains. 


#2 – Chem-Dry eliminates dust and allergens from upholstery.  

In addition to blasting away dirt and stains from furniture, Chem-Dry also eliminates 98% of allergens from upholstery and 89% of airborne dust


#3 – Chem-Dry prevents and removes sticky residue. 

Many professional and DIY upholstery cleaning methods leave behind soapy residue on the surface of furniture. Chem-Dry uses a small fraction of moisture in the cleaning process without the use of sticky solutions, and also removes any residue other cleaners leave behind. 


#4 – Chem-Dry upholstery cleaning dries fast.

Because we use less moisture in the upholstery cleaning process, when you choose Chem-Dry, your furniture will dry in a matter of hours, not days like with our competitors. Our method also reduces the risk of mold and mildew growth associated with other methods.


#5 – Chem-Dry upholstery cleaning is environmentally safe.

Chem-Dry upholstery cleaning is green-certified, non-toxic, and safe for the local community. With Chem-Dry, you can rest assured with the peace of mind that comes with knowing your loved ones and home are safe. 


Upholstery Cleaning In Santa Clarita Valley

We look forward to serving you in the Santa Clarita Valley with the best upholstery cleaning service available for your home. 

Request your appointment for upholstery cleaning in Santa Clarita Valley today!