Upholstery Cleaning Austin, TX
Over time, your upholstery can start looking less-than-fresh. Pets, kids and clumsy adults can cause all kinds of problems for your sofas, chairs and other upholstery, but there’s an easy solution: Kiwi upholstery cleaning. We have 30 years of experience cleaning upholstery across the country, and we’ll be happy to apply our lessons-learned to your furniture.
Our expert upholstery cleaners can handle all kinds of issues, including:
- Pet stains and odors
- Crayon, marker and other kids’ art supplies
- Dirt, grease and more
We can even remove stains from white upholstery, which is a pretty remarkable feat in itself. Our technicians handle stains on leather, faux suede, cotton and canvas, as well as every other fabric on the spectrum.
Upholstery Cleaning in Austin
We use the most innovative techniques and kid-safe, pet-safe solutions to clean stains out of upholstery in homes all over Austin, and we can do it for you, too.
We’ll even pick up your furniture to clean it; we don’t have to do it in your home.
Austin’s Best Furniture Cleaning
Our customers love Kiwi’s upholstery cleaning services. Just have a look at what they’re saying:
Technicians have always been very helpful and accommodating. I am very pleased with the service. The carpet cleaning warranty makes me continue to use their services. – Mallory Newton
Kiwi: Austin’s Sofa Cleaning Experts
At Kiwi Services, we’ve worked hard to establish ourselves as Austin’s go-to sofa cleaning experts. We can tackle tough stains on microfiber couches, leather chairs and so much more, and we’d love to help you. You can rely on our 30-day clean carpet guarantee. Any service your dissatisfied with will be redone for free.
Call us at 512-381-3414 to handle any of your upholstery cleaning needs. You’ll be amazed at what we can do.
reviews for kiwi’s austin upholstery cleaning
Wade J. (Austin, TX, 78754)
“Great Service. Good price. Reliable and punctual! Year warranty on service!”
Carla S. (Austin, TX, 78754)
“You guys always do a great job. I wouldn’t think to call someone else.”