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Ensure your luxurious furnishings benefit from the proven cleaning quality that Roto-Static offers. Our certified technicians and genuine Roto-Static products deliver superior results.

Keep your Upholstery Looking Cleaner Longer

 With...Professional Fabric Protector

After your fabric is cleaned, it will need to be protected. Fabric protector keeps your fabric cleaner, longer and helps avoid permanent staining. Don’t leave your fabric unprotected. The protector will be sprayed evenly onto the fabric and groomed in. Your next cleaning will be more effective as the protector will encapsulate body oils and soils that accumulate on the fabric. When it is cleaned, more soil will be removed as a result of the treatment.

Choosing to apply fabric protection is the best possible way to protect your upholstered furniture and keep it looking new.

Treated Upholstery will:

---Last Longer ---Look Better Longer ---Clean Easier

Upholstery protectant is a spray applied to all surfaces of the upholstered item. The application “wicks” into the fibers of the fabric creating a protective barrier against soil and stains.

Upholstery Protector:

-Does not change the look of the fabric

-Does not change the feel of the fabric

-Has no smell and is easy on allergy sufferers

Not only does the fabric protection treatment create a barrier against spills and stains; it has been shown to provide a barrier against dirt and dust particles as well. It also helps protect against excess abrasion or premature fabric wear.


Don’t let just anyone clean your sensitive fabrics! Roto-Static is experienced in cleaning the finest upholstered fabrics.

The following steps will be taken in cleaning your upholstery...

Step 1-Fabric Inspection

A visual inspection of the fabric and construction is done to determine the best cleaning process for the material you have.

Step 2-Dye Testing

A small amount of upholstery cleaner is applied to an inconspicuous area of the fabric and a towel pressed to the fabric. This tests the stability of the dye.

Step 3-Dry Soil Removal

In cleaning any textile, the first step is always to remove as much dry soil as possible. This improves the following cleaning steps greatly.

Step 4-Soil Suspension

A preconditioning agent is used on most fabrics to “suspend” soil for more effective extraction.

Step 5-Soil Removal (Extraction)

A water rinse is used to whisk away the suspended soils.

Step 6-Post Spot Treatment

If any spots are not removed during the cleaning process, specialty-spotting techniques are employed. Note: permanent stains identified by our service technician may not be removed. **For longer fabric life and fewer permanent stains, have fabric protector applied!**

Step 7-Pile Setting/Grooming

Many textiles have a “pile” that needs to be set after cleaning. A special upholstery brush is used to groom the pile for proper drying.

Step 8-Drying

Due to high water recovery of our upholstery machines, drying times vary form 2-6 hours.  Ceiling fans / Area fans / Air conditioning, further help to reduce drying times. 

Step 9-Post Inspection

Our technician will review the cleaning results with you to ensure that your expectations have been met or exceeded.