It could be that, regardless of their condition or appearance, you arrange professional office cleaning for your business’s furniture regularly. This is often the case when a business has many visitors and potential clients coming to its offices. It wants to ensure that their first impressions and view of that business is positive, or at the very least, not diminished due to grubby, stained office furniture.
However, suppose you do not have a regular couch cleaning agreement with professional upholstery cleaners. In that case, it begs the question, at which point do you determine that your office furniture does need attention? If you do it randomly rather than only when you are relocating, the risk is that one or more chairs and couches get stained without you knowing about it, and horror of horrors, a client sees that stain and immediately forms a negative opinion of your business.
Far better than this scenario is to have a checklist that assists you in determining what triggers the need for you to call professional couch cleaners to take care of your upholstered furniture. As for what you have on that checklist, the best option is signs or signals, and when they occur, they tell you it is time to make that call. Here are what we consider the top five of those signals.
Stains And Other Visible Marks
The most obvious of the five signals that tell you your office couch needs cleaning is one you can see with your own eyes, which is staining or marks on the surface of the upholstery. Whether you decide your threshold for this is a single stain or several, you must know that some stains need dealing with quickly as they can become permanent if not removed in time. You could try removing stains yourself, but the best option is to call in the professionals.