Upholstery and Rug Cleaning

Clean living is dedicated to providing high quality services to the Chichester and the surrounding areas. Take a look below to find out what we specialize in, and get in touch with any additional questions or to learn more.

Interior Modern Brick House

Upholstery Cleaning

Carpet on Wooden Floor

Rug Cleaning


Whether you require a professional rug cleaner for a single rug, or to clean several rugs from a house, flat or premises, please call us to arrange a no obligation quote.  If you need us to carry out a quick turn around in the case of emergency staining, call 01243 672734 right away and we’ll do our best to sort your problem stain out as soon as possible.

We use a variety of specialist rug cleaning techniques depending on the construction of your rug. 

Typically, we use a hot water extraction system which leaves absolutely no sticky residue and dries quickly.

We can help create a pleasant and healthier atmosphere by removing all foreign bodies from your rug.   Taking away dust mites, smoke, animal odours, pet hairs and other substances known to provoke allergies makes your environment more pleasant.

As we clean, the technique we use will lift flattened rug pile, making it more attractive, as well as removing stains.  The chemicals we use are pH Neutral and produces great results regardless of the colour of your rug.

Please call us for professional advice based on which of our services and methods will suit your rug best.


Clean Living has been established for  30 years cleaning a wide range of specialist upholstery fabrics, leather, suede, velvet, faux suede, silk and satin. Our expertise helps to maintain upholstery colour and appearance, and ensure hygiene.


We identify exactly which fabric we’re dealing with so that the upholstery cleaning process we choose is safe and effective. We pre-treat stained and heavily soiled areas with specialist cleaning equipment manufactured by Prochem, the leaders in premium quality chemicals.

We recommend that your upholstery is cleaned once a year, depending on the colour and level of use