Bloomfield, could your office furniture use some TLC?
When was the last time you cleaned your office upholstery? If you haven’t checked in a while, you might want to take a moment to see how it’s doing. Couches and armchairs in offices and reception areas are easy to overlook if you or your staff don’t use them often. But your visitors sit on them, and they notice. Here are a few steps you can take to better care for your office furniture and give your visitors an experience that reflects the true quality of your business.
Include upholstery in your regular office cleaning
You probably have someone come in to vacuum and dust your office on a regular basis. Ask this person to vacuum your upholstery as well! Regular vacuuming keeps your upholstery from looking dingy. But it also prevents dirt and other debris from being ground into the fabric, which wears down the fibers. It also gives your cleaning staff an opportunity to keep tabs on how well the fabric is holding up. If it’s beginning to wear down in areas, they can let you know before your client does.
Turn and fluff the cushions
This isn’t about hiding stains: turning your cushions regularly prevents them from wearing or fading unevenly. It also gives you a chance to fluff the cushions, which keeps them from going flat and developing lumps.
Bring in a professional
You probably remember to bring in a professional to clean your carpets on a regular basis. Why not have them do your upholstery, too? Modernistic technicians have special tools to clean the hard-to-reach crevices of upholstery furniture. And they can help get that coffee stain out, too. By the time they finish, your office furniture will look like you purchased it yesterday.
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