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Upholstery Cleaners Putney SW15

Upholstery cleaning in Putney from Cleaners SW15 Putney, is a prompt, reliable service delivered at an affordable price to local clientele. Our cleaners are trained and vetted, and your cleaning will be carried out with courtesy, efficiency and the utmost professionalism.

Our local advantage means quick-responses, quality customer service and significant savings when you book our upholstery cleaning in Putney SW15. As part of our professional upholstery cleaning service, we offer the following:

  • Stain removal using custom-tailored and environmentally friendly chemicals
  • Steam-heat extraction cleaning with guaranteed best possible results
  • On-site drycleaning for sofas, settees and other fabric home furnishings of rare or delicate materials
  • Post-cleaning treatment with stain protection solutions such as Scotchguard

How to book Upholstery Cleaners in Putney SW15

For more information about upholstery cleaning services from Cleaners SW15 Putney, or to schedule your Upholstery Cleaning appointment, call us now on 020 3348 9135... or use our online booking form to get your Upholstery Cleaning in SW15 Putney Now.

Before you make a booking you must agree with our Upholstery Cleaning Services Terms and conditions.

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"Many thanks, the team has just finished and did a great job, and very fast too! Thank you!"
Jessie, West Hampstead
29/05/2010
Putney News
IS THE HIGH STREET MORPHING INTO A BARNES BUSINESS PARK?

There are 10 estate agents in Barnes, taking up 15 premises, including the former Stanton Scott shop.  On the North side of the High Street there are 6 premises in a row of 13 shops – almost 50%.   Some might think we must have reached saturation point surely?  How can they survive in...

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WHAT WOULD YOU LIKE TO SEE IN THE HIGH STREET?

It is difficult not to be aware of the fact that there are too many closed shops in the High Street at present and therefore little to interest the casual shopper.  Sadly there are some lovely shops that are surviving – the Treat Garden, Froxy Bee, Bazaar, Les Petits, Presents, the Kitchen...

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TOURISTS IN BARNES I am hoping to make enquiries as to how to encourage more tourists to come to Barnes in the New Year.  This will make our shops, cafes, pubs and restaurants more buoyant.  We have so much to offer and our first opportunity might be The Royal Wedding.  If you are thinking of...

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A NEW SUPERMARKET IN THE HIGH STREET. Plans have been submitted for a mixed retail, residential and office development on the site of the old garages and Claridge House at 27-29 Barnes High Street (Application 10/2112/FUL).  The hearing for this was held at York House on Thursday 6th January....

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HEADCOUNTS to gauge FOOTFALL past our shops. I took 5 minute counts on the hour, every hour, on a Friday and Saturday in early May.  I chose May because it is a very average time for retailing.  Children are at school so not many people are away on holiday.  Weekenders tend to stay put because...

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ANYONE CAN HAVE A GO!

The BestOf Richmond is facilitating a survey that will help us to better understand residents’ views about our high streets and what people really want.  Businesses, residents, retailers are all invited to complete the 3 minute questionnaire on line, so that we all benefit from the best...

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BARNES IN THE NEWS

There is a full page article about Barnes in the June edition of the interiors magazine – LIVINGetc (out now).  It has some lovely illustrations, mentions many of our shops and shows the unique products you can buy here. The EVENING STANDARD had a full TWO page spread last evening (19th...

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THE FUTURE OF BARNES COULD STILL BE ROSY

Many residents of Barnes have invested an enormous amount of money in their property.  If too many shops close, there will be a domino effect and the shopping areas will become zones of neglect and deprivation.  The heart of Barnes could suffer urban blight and as a result their investment will...

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WHY ARE THERE EMPTY SHOPS IN BARNES?

Local shops emerged in Victorian times and burgeoned from Edwardian times onwards.  The shop keeper rented or owned his shop, stock was kept at the back and the family lived upstairs.  We refer to “the butcher, the baker, the candlestick maker” to epitomise this era of shops.  Local...

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LIFE DRAWING CLASSES IN BARNES (May – June)

“dare to joust” in White Hart Lane, will be hosting weekly sessions of life drawing classes commencing Tuesday May 11th and continuing every Tuesday for 8 weeks. Classes run from 7.30-9.30pm. All levels of experience welcome. Tuition will be provided for those that require it. We...

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