Phone: 905-468-1107
Toll Free: 1-866-468-1107

Serving the Niagara Region

Phone: 905-468-1107
Toll Free: 1-866-468-1107


Q. Can you clean  leather furniture?

Yes we are your premier leather cleaners in the St. Catharines area, we can clean  most leather furniture and treat them with special moisturizers that keep your  leather supple, preventing cracking and unnecessary aging.

Q. How often  should I have my upholstery cleaned?

According to  American Furniture Manufacturers Association, you should not let your  upholstery get soiled to the point of a noticeable or visible change in the  color of the fabric.  This means that most upholstery has to be cleaned as  a regular maintenance practice once every 18 to 24 months or before soil builds  up and stains the fabric.

Q.  Another cleaning company came out and when  they saw that my couch was cotton they refused to clean it? Why? Can it not be  cleaned?

   Yes many companies will not, as cotton  is more difficult to clean, and most are not trained or certified to clean  cotton.. It is very absorbent, and readily absorbs body oils, newsprint and  spills. Cotton does not clean as well, as many of the synthetic materials used,  so it is vitally important to not allow your cotton upholstery to become  soiled, frequent cleaning will keep it looking fresh & clean. At AAA Steam  Carpet Cleaning we use specialty low pH upholstery products, with a dye setting  rinse, and low moisture deep cleaning tools, followed with air drying. Improper  cleaning done by the home owner or untrained cleaner, can cause permanent water  marks (which may only show up in subsequent cleaning), dye bleeds or migration,  and shrinkage, always call a professional.

Q. Do you clean Micro Suede?

Micro suede has become one of the most popular  materials in the past 10 years. With proper cleaning and fabric setting they  clean extremely well.

Q. How do you charge?

We charge by the piece. Actual true  pricing can only be done once the piece has been inspected, confirming the  material content, colour, number of cushions, size, and overall soiling level.  Prices over the phone are only the starting price, to give a client and idea of  the least they should expect to pay. All prices are given in writing prior to  cleaning.

Most car cleaners also contain oils or waxes so should not  be used as they leave residues on the surface of the leather which attract more  dirt which eventually leads to cracking.

BABY WIPES are the worst thing you can use as they will destroy the finish on your leather. They are very strong  alkaline cleaners to neutralise urine (acid) on baby’s skin so they are not the  right thing to use on leather.

Saddle soap should never be used on upholstery leather or garments it is meant  for saddles which are very different from todays finished leathers.

A lot of leather wipes contain chemicals which will also destroy the finish or  leave residues on the leather which will damage it. They are not cheap in the  long run as you would need a lot to clean. A bottle of foam cleaner should do  your car about 3-4 times.

Fairy liquid contains more salt these days to get dishes clean and this will  break the finish down on your leather. This has been verified by the  manufacturers (as with the baby wipes).

You should also follow cleaning with a good water based leather protector which  will act like a ‘scotchgard’ and inhibit dirt and stains from being absorbed  and make cleaning easier the next time.

Dry leather needs rehydrating with water and oils and waxes should not be used  as the natural oils do not dry out of leather. Wiping over with a damp cloth  regularly will help to do this.

It is important to maintain a regular cleaning regime cleaning dirt off the  surface regularly and inhibiting the absorption of body oils into the leather  with a protector is the best way of doing this. The only ‘moisturizer’ a  leather needs is from water.

The alternative is a brand new product on the market called Lazy Leather. This  is the latest technology in cleaning and combines an effective cleaner with a  protector. It is quick and easy to use and should be used as a maintenance  product once your suite has been cleaned or from new if you have just bought it.

Using incorrect care products is usually the cause of deterioration in the  leather as unfortunately most car care products contain waxes and oils or  silicones which do not do the leather any good.

Excellent company, Dave came on time, kept me informed, honest, Worked extremely well & gave me tips on keeping it clean.
Linda Gulp, Historian


Carpets need to be vacuumed once a week and more often in areas of heavy traffic. Frequent vacuuming prolongs the life of your carpet by preventing a buildup of gritty particles that can cut carpet fibers. Every few weeks, take a little extra time and use your crevice tool for cleaning around baseboards and radiators and in other hard-to-reach places.

100% Money back guarantee good for 7 days after the last re-clean which must be done within 7 days of the original cleaning.


7 day spill warranty – if anything is accidentally spilt on the carpet in the first week we will return and spot clean for NO CHARGE.


30 day no spots will return – if spots return we will return to re-clean or spot as necessary.


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