Vinyl upholstery is one of the most versatile materials. It covers everything from boat seating to restaurant booths and more. Being the water-resistant material that it is, it is easy enough to simply wipe down with a damp cloth. At times, however, the creases at the seams and even the lines in the design can collect grim and begin to look a little dingy. If you are plagued with sever cleaning issues and damage, such as mold and mildew or tearing, it is best to have the upholstery professionally restored. Otherwise, here are some tips for the upkeep of your vinyl upholstery.
Keeping up this basic cleaning on a regular basis will go far in maintaining the lifespan of you vinyl upholstery. Vinyl seems like a material that is easy to care for, and it can be. Just remember the last time you saw vinyl that was flaking or rubbed raw. Avoid that by not over doing it. For questions on caring for your upholstery, or when you need to reupholster, contact us.