Warehouse chemicals like formaldehyde, phthalates, and flame-retardants can let off bad odors for weeks after you get your new chair. Some of these gasses can actually lead to headaches and asthma. Sometimes these chemicals are toxic and can be linked to cancer! We’ll also discuss how we can clean desk chairs that have been through prolonged use and get rid of stains, and trapped gasses.
How to Clean Your Fabric Office Chairs (Recommended)
Warning! Make sure that you check the tag or brand of your chair before cleaning it. Certain products could damage your chair and leave permanent damage.
Baking Soda (Duration 24 hrs.): Start by vacuuming out your cloth chair. Things like lint, food particles, and skin cells can get stuck in your chair. Factory dust and chemicals can travel to your chair as well. Sprinkle a thin layer of Baking soda on your chair and leave it there to do its job overnight. Many people believe that baking soda traps bad odors, but the real reason why baking soda is effective is that it neutralizes bacteria’s PH levels. Taking out the acidity from bad-smelling chemicals in your chair will help stop the smell.
Professional Cleaning Service (Costly $$$): If you don’t have a whole day to contribute to getting your new office chair clean, you can always hire a professional to do it. However, you’ll have to go through your boss who then has to go through finance & purchasing. So is there a faster way to get rid of bad chemicals in fabrics while also giving them a nice smell?
How to Clean Chairs Faster without Hiring a Cleaner
When getting bad odors out of fabric we have to do two things:
Neutralize bacteria’s PH levels to get rid of the bad smell.
Trap those chemicals and destroy them so that they don’t come back.
With that in mind, Theochem’s Air & Fabric products accomplish both of these criteria while leaving a nice scent that lasts for days!
Top 3 Products That Clean & Refresh Immediately
1) Aireze: Vacuum your chair then spray to trap odors. In two easy steps, Aireze penetrates & encapsulates bad odor molecules from fabrics including carpets, clothing, curtains, and upholstery.
2) Cherry-Blossom: Use in bathrooms to get rid of sewer smells. Whether for industrial or institutional use Cherry-blossom can be used in toilets or portable toilets to trap strong smells and give off a cherry smell.
3) Mint-O: A general-purpose cleaner and deodorizer that can be used in the break room sink, on floors, walls, and urinals. Using this spray can remove dirt, mildew, and soap scum while leaving a fresh, long-lasting scent.
Save time and money and get back to what matters with Theochem’s Air & Fabric Products!