Upholstery Tools

How to choose the right upholstery tool

Choosing upholstery tools, furniture tools, can be difficult for the novice. First, you need to know that upholstery cleaning is different from carpet cleaning. Because the material used in the construction of upholstery fiber is up to 50% is pure cotton. And the rest, up to 90% is cotton blended with some other fabric.

Institute of Inspection Cleaning & Restoration – IICRC Teachers, as early as the 90’s taught dry cleaning when teaching upholstery cleaning. But, as time went on, they learned that upholstery did not respond well to solvent cleaning alone. Since most of the spots and stains were water-based. They did not come out easily when dry solvent cleaning. But, upholstery tools that control the flow of water reduce browning and bleeding.

Upholstery Cleaning Training

Upholstery Manual

Dri MasterMytee Dry, and the Rotovac Sheer Dry revolutionized the upholstery cleaning. The controlled the water flow, which resulted in reduced browning and bleeding.

Want to learn more about Upholstery Cleaning? Read Taf Baig’s IICRC Upholstery Cleaning Manual.





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DriMaster Upholstery Tool

Rotovac Shear Dry Upholstery Tool


Sapphire Scientific Upholstery Pro Tool


4″ Furniture tool, Closed Spray, 1200psi


4″ Furniture tool, open spray, 1200psi


8400P Air Lite Upholstery Tool


Clear View Internal-Spray Detailer


Mytee Dry™ GT All Metal Upholstery Tool


3 1/2″ Magic Dry wide No-Drip Internal spray Detailer with View Window, 1000psi valve


Compact Car Detailer, Extended Low Profile Reach, 500psi


PMF detailer and upholstery tool 3.5″ External Spray


PMF detailer and upholstery tool 3.5″ Internal Spray


Upholstery Tool External Spray


4″ Clear Head Detail Tool


Vacuum Only Crevice Tool


Mytee dry Gasket Glide


Swivel Vent Relief for 8400DX