Wednesday, January 27, 2021


Whether fabric or leather, three-piece suite or dining room chairs, curtains or mattresses your upholstery can be brought back to life by Smarter Cleaner Services.

Using professional know-how, the right equipment and the right products, we can remove stains and odours to revive and protect your upholstery. Our leather cleaner has a built-in protector. For all other fabrics we offer, for a small extra charge, Scotchgard Protection to assist in protection from future soiling.

Curtains will be cleaned in situ by hand which will not cause any creasing to the fabric. Charges are made by square metre, not by weight. The price quoted includes lining, pelmets, swags and tiebacks where applicable.

We can also give your mattress a deep clean to ensure removal of dust mites etc. This has shown to be beneficial particularly if you suffer with a respiratory or skin condition.

Contact us for a free no obligation quote and we will be happy to discuss your requirements and advise. Appointments made at a mutually agreeable time.

Any furniture we move will be placed back into its original position.

The price we quote is the price you will pay - there will be no surprise extras or hard selling.

We are confident you will be delighted with the job we do for you if however you are not entirely satisfied we will redo it.

We promise to provide a clean and safe service and are fully insured.

Every job is individual so we are unable to give prices online, however below is a guideline to assist you.

Dining room chair
from 4 each
from 15 each

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