We bring your furniture into our fully
equipped facilities where each piece can be
thoroughly wet or dry cleaned.

Sometimes we will clean your furniture two
or three times to get that perfect look.

We use a special fabric chemical in the
cleaning process that brings back the sheen
to brighten screen prints and velvets.

In addition, all velvets are brushed and
steamed to look like new.

It is truly amazing what professional
cleaning can do for the look of old
furniture.
Weekly vacuuming or light brushing is a fabric care tip that helps to
remove soil and protect fabric from the embedding of dirt or grime
between fibers which can increase abrasion and wear.

A protective finish does not eliminate the necessity of proper fabric care. It modifies
the absorbency and soil removal characteristics of a fabric. It does not put a plastic
cover on it.

Loose dirt should be vacuumed and brushed away before it becomes embedded and
harder to remove. Spills and stains should be cleaned away quickly following
manufacturer's fabric care code instructions for furniture cleaning.

Permanent furniture cleaning labels will normally be found under the seat cushion.
When spot cleaning furniture, it is always a good idea for consumers to first pretest
the fabric for discoloration and shrinkage on an inconspicuous part of the furniture.

When overall furniture cleaning is required, professional furniture cleaning will often
achieve the most satisfactory results.

Never remove cushion covers or arm caps for separate furniture cleaning. This may
destroy the backing, cause shrinking and create color changes.

No one does it better!
Master Team has more experience, and
it's your place for furniture cleaning.  

We offer trained knowledgeable staff, and the most complete facilities services.

Furniture Cleaning
Vacuuming
Cushion turning
The life of upholstered cushions can be increased through periodic turning.
The weekly reversal of loose cushions will allow even distribution of wear
over a long period of time.
Fabric protection
Fabric protection helps to increase the useful life of upholstered furniture
by protecting fabrics from soil and stains.
Some fabric protections are mill applied and others can be applied in the
store or at home.

Many furniture fabrics now carry the furniture industry's clean ability code adopted
in 1969. It gives the consumer information about the proper furniture cleaning
methods for specific fabrics. There are four letters in the code, immediately followed
by furniture cleaning instructions.
Fabric cleaning