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Before attempting DIY upholstery cleaning (Do It Yourself), figure out what type of material or fabric you want to clean. Before using soap or cleaning chemicals on your sofa upholstery, check the liquid on a small hidden part of the couch. Choose a hidden corner or the back part of the furniture that is not normally visible. The test can detect if the upholstery color may fade or if the solutions could create a new stain.

A smart tip to remember is not to over-dampen the material so the upholstery can dry quickly. The wetter the material, the longer it will take to dry, which can make it susceptible to mold and mildew. Here are some DIY upholstery cleaning tips. Follow these tips to clean different upholstery made of different materials.

Cleaning of fabric upholstery

Make a mixture of one teaspoon of dish soap in one cup of water. If you want to clean delicate and fragile cloths, use a soft cleaning material such as a towel or tissue soaked in the solution and slowly blot the dirt out of the material. If you want to clean another tough type of fabric, use a special upholstery cleaning brush to wash the material. When applying the soap, a dry white cloth should be used to remove the soap.

Removal of stains from fabric upholstery

Combine a teaspoon of laundry detergent with a cup of water. Use a polsterreinigung white cloth soaked in this mixture to remove most stains. If the stain doesn't go away, use a stronger stain removal solution by combining 1/3 cup white vinegar with 2/3 cup water to remove the stain. Another stain removal solution is a mixture of 1/2 cup of water and 1 tablespoon of ammonia. After cleaning, rinse off the stain remover mixture with a water-soaked sponge.

Clean leather upholstery

You can purchase a leather cleaning solution at any store near you, or make your own by combining 1 cup of white vinegar and 2 cups of linseed oil. Use this mixture on your leather upholstery with a clean white towel. Rub the leather surface slowly in a circular motion. Leave the solution on for about 10 minutes and then rub the surface with another clean white cloth until the leather begins to shine.

Removal of stains from leather upholstery

Soak a cotton swab in a strong polsterbiorein.de cleaning solution and rub gently over the stain until it is removed from the leather surface. Use a hair dryer to dry that particular area. Repeat this step to ensure the stain is completely removed and your leather upholstery is spotless. Use these upholstery cleaning tips to keep your furniture looking new.



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