Thursday, 17 February 2011

Cleaning Your Upholstery

The furniture is an important part of your house and therefore it has to be cleaned regularly. Dusting and vacuuming will help keep it look new and odor free. But still many people forget to clean their upholstery and it turns into a home for different bacterias, especially when it is covered with liquid stains. So, here are the steps of how to clean liquid spills from your furniture.
The first thing you should do is to check the material you furniture is made of. Then see the manufacturer's label for some guide of how to clean. Sometimes there are special instructions like dry clean only or use a specific products only, so you will need to follow these steps or you may damage your furniture.
Cleaning liquid stains from your upholstery is not a big deal. The only thing you should remember is to act quick right after the spill. If you leave it to soak up into the furniture it will become stubborn and will be difficult to be removed. Do not scrub or rub the spilled area in any way because this will just help the stain to spread out and soak in the material of the furniture. The best way to remove a liquid spill stain is to react fast, blot with a cloth and trying to remove as much liquid as possible. Then apply some stain cleaner and blot up again and repeat till the stain has gone.
If you do not want to risk with cleaning your furniture yourself then you can look for a Cleaning Services Islington company that provides upholstery cleaning. Cleaners Islington know exactly how to take care of your furniture and keep it looking new for a long time.  


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