How to Repair a Worn out Upholstered Sofa

Upholstery Repair Tips and Tricks

All upholstered items require regular cleaning and upkeep. Failing to take good care of your upholstered furniture will lead to the need of purchasing new furniture. But, we all know that good furniture does not come cheap. So, in order to enhance the look and feel of your worn out sofa without having to spend too much money, you should consider professional upholstery cleaning.

Before you can start fixing a damaged sofa, you first need to clean it properly. The cleaning process requires thorough vacuuming and spot cleaning. For better results, we recommend using a steam cleaner to disinfect and freshen up the fibers.

The next step involves inspecting the piece of furniture for damage. Based on what you find, you will be able to decide whether you need to replace the entire cover of your upholstery or only certain parts. If the former is the case, then you should probably bring your sofa to an upholstery shop. The process of replacing the entire cover of a sofa requires a great deal of experience, knowledge, and equipment.

If your sofa is severely damaged, then you should try patching it. Make sure that you find a piece of fabric that matches your sofa. Cut the damaged part out of the sofa and place the patch underneath. Using a glue gun, apply some glue between the patch and the fabric. Let the glue cure for about several hours.

If you reside in North Las Vegas, NV and are looking for a professional upholstery cleaning service provider, then search no further than Master Carpet Cleaning Las Vegas. We offer quality services at fair rates. Call us at (702) 359-9698 for more information.