Cleaning And Maintaining A Home Furniture From Stains
One way of maintaining the cleanliness upholstered home furniture is to immediately remove stains from them. Stains are typically caused by food and liquid spills. Cleaning upholstery on a regular basis and properly can help your furniture avoid looking soiled and faded. There are simple ways of keeping them clean and dust free.
One method is to use your household vacuum cleaner. Check if your vacuum has upholstery attachments that you can use on your furniture. The next step is to check the manufacturer’s label of instructions on how to clean your upholstered furniture properly. They might have specified certain steps on how to clean upholstery using vacuum cleaners. Attach the upholstery nozzle and crevice tool to your vacuum cleaner. Check if the vacuum has an empty bag before using it on your furniture. Instead of removing dirt and dust, it might add to your cleaning chore by scattering more dust on your furniture. Before vacuuming, remove all cushions and pillows. Vacuum surfaces and crevices on the furniture and use a brush attachment if your furniture has loose materials that might be drawn out by the vacuum.
Afterwards, apply the foam using the brush on the stain working from the edges towards the center. Rinse the area by dabbing the fabric with a clean cloth drenched in water and squeezed until almost dry. Let the upholstered furniture dry completely. Another solution you can use is a mixture of white vinegar and water. Follow the same steps as mentioned prior. You can then use baking soda to dissolve the remaining liquid stains and to remove odor from the fabric.
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