Drapery Freshening In Myrtle Beach

Drapery Fresh is a Unique Approach to Drapery Cleaning.

Drapery Freshening In Myrtle Beach

Thuro Clean Carpet & Upholstery LLC is not your typical Draper Cleaning  Service in Myrtle Beach. We are Myrtle Beach’s only Premier Professional located on the Grand Strand. We are the one you call when your draperies are an investment to your home. When your desire is to keep your draperies cleaner longer, and expanding the life of your pieces are your priority, we do this by using Myrtle Beach’s only unique 20 Step Carpet Cleaning Process. Unmet by any other carpet cleaner in our industry to-date, you can experience the difference today! 

Drapery Fresh is a unique approach to drapery cleaning. With this system, we can clean your drapes in your home or office where they hang!

  • No more bare windows for a week or more!
  • No odor causing solvents!
  • No pick up and delivery charges!

Our 20 Step Upholstery Cleaning Process

Step 1: Thorough Inspection
First, we will identify any conditions that may present cleaning challenges such as permanent stains, sunlight damage, etc. We will give you an evaluation of what kind of results we expect.

Step 2: Pre-Vacuum
Dry soil removal is the most important step in cleaning any textile. Your drapes will be completely vacuumed to remove dust and dry soils.

Step 3: Chem Sponge Cleaning 
Specially treated “sponges” will be used to remove soil. These sponges are treated with dry-cleaning solvents, but do not have any liquid in them. These “dry” sponges are great for removing oil based soils that become airborne when cooking, etc.

Step 4: Drapery Fresh
The Drapery Fresh product is a special solution made just for drapes that displaces additional soils and brightens the drapes at the same time. This product is lightly misted onto the drapes.

Step 5: Post Inspection 
Our technician will go over the cleaning results with you when finished.

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