It’s only normal for your upholstered furniture to get tired and dirty from use over the years. Dust, dirt, spills all contribute to the unsightly looks of your home furniture. After days of noticing unpleasant spills here and there, you may decide it’s high time to clean it. But hiring a professional to clean it can be quite expensive. So, in order to save some money you can clean it yourself.
Start with understanding more about your furniture. After all, you don’t work in shop or production facility that manufacture it. The easiest way to learn more is reading the care tag. In case it’s missing you can go through your manufacturer’s warranty or call the store you bought it from. Don’t commence any cleaning before you now for sure what type of fabric you have to clean.
Another useful tip is always to pre-test a cleaning solution. Test it on an inconspicuous area to make sure there is no adverse reaction.
Next remove loose debris and dust from surface with your favourite vacuum cleaner. Work around crevices and corners carefully. Use attachments to reach remote corners. You can also use a slightly damp cloth to wipe the surface and remove any dust or debris left.