To ensure your office furniture has an impact on your employees’ wellness as well as branding, an expensive but worthy investment was made. Several studies have found that having comfortable and ergonomic furniture can positively affect employees’ mood and productivity. But no matter how pricey and high quality your furniture is, it has to be well maintained so you can reap its value as long as its supposed shell life.
Unfortunately, most of us fail to notice the furniture unless it is noticeably dirty or a stain or spill was made, whether it was from a recent event or a speck of accumulated dirt for a long time.
To take care of your office furniture, you must include upholstery cleaning in your scheduled cleaning. It is simple and the most used solution that is proven effective to prolong the life of your furniture.
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Once the floor is cleaned, the carpet is vacuumed, the trash cans are emptied, and the bathrooms smell fresh and clean, we think our office is already in its best condition. We don’t notice the little crumbs on the sofa or the subtle funky smell from the sweat and body oil.
All of your furniture needs to be taken care of. Here are some of the reasons why upholstery cleaning is necessary:
As many people use office furniture daily, dirt and grime build-up happens. The office furniture gradually gets dirtier until you take notice of it. If you don’t get your upholstery cleaned, eventually, the appearance will wear off.
Admit it. You want to work with a fresh, clean, and fragrant upholstery. Having a clean upholstery creates a more pleasant environment. It positively affects the mood and the productivity of your employees and staff.
Clean upholstery could give off a professional look to those who can see it. It could project how much you value not just your company but your employees as well.
Not everybody has the budget to replace their furniture every time it looks terrible. Having your furniture cleaned once in a while could help avoid wearing and tearing that could lead to your furniture’s aging.
Coffee spills are one of the most common accidents in an office. A coffee spill or any spill on your upholstery could leave a funky smell if left uncleaned.
Over time, as more people use your furniture, it will smell musty, damp, or even foul. Aside from coffee spills, your sweat, body oil, smoke, spilled food, and even the weather could be the reasons for your couch to smell bad. It is advisable to have your upholstery regularly cleaned to keep it fresh and fragrant.
The padding of your furniture are magnets for dirt, dust, mold, and pollen. Having your upholstery regularly cleaned could reduce the allergens and build-up of mold and mildew.
If you’ve been to an accident like a fire or busted pipes, upholstery cleaning could save your furniture and restore it to its original state. Before thinking of throwing your furniture, ask a professional to help you clean it.
If you are starting to think about using different cleaning methods to clean your upholstery, here are some quick tips to help you:
How often do you need to have your upholstery cleaned?
Cleaning your upholstery depends on how often it is used. It recommended having your furniture cleaned once every six months to twelve months for those used at high traffic.
However, some situations may require you to frequent your upholstery cleaning schedule.
Here are some cases:
During a staff or employee change, it has been a regular thing to do an upholstery cleaning.
For sanitary reasons cleaning the desk chairs or cubicle panels used by the employee who moved desks or left the company is mandatory before a new staff comes in.
Some cubicle panels are upholstered, and most of the time, it is overlooked during a regular cleaning schedule. These upholstered panels accumulate unwanted particles even they are not touched frequently.
During rearrangement of cubicles is the best time to clean these upholstered cubicle panels. It is easier to clean hard to reach areas when they are broken down. Add to the cleaning the dirt and grime that has built up under the panels.
Healthcare and childcare areas are prone to germs and bacteria. Chairs in the classroom and doctor’s waiting room need more cleaning than in other locations like an office. It is important to clean upholstery in these areas more often than other commercial environments.
Consider the location of the upholstery and its possibility of getting dirty in determining how often to clean it.
It is important to use a low-moisture cleaning method for upholstery cleaning. Like carpets, upholstery can be harmed when it gets too wet. It could cause the growth of mold or fungus. Aside from this, too much water exposure could cause rust on the frame of your furniture.
Health and maintaining aesthetics are two of the benefits of having your upholstery cleaned. Keeping your upholstery clean and sanitized would promote a healthy workplace. It is essential to know the proper way of cleaning upholstery as not all cleaning methods apply to upholstery. Some may do more damage than clean it.
If you ever need help with your office upholstery cleaning, don’t hesitate to contact us.
Burgos Cleaning Service, LLC
12 Bates Pl, Hartford, CT 06114, USA
Phone: (860) 709-5220
Whether you need carpet cleaning or full office cleaning for your business you can count on us to do the job. We can help you keep your facility looking and feeling welcoming as well as your workspace spotless.
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