Leather Couches

including Saddle soap, water, leather cream, a soft cloth, a cotton swab, and some rubbing alcohol before starting to clean. Dip a clean, damp washcloth in warm soapy water and use it to wipe away the stain on your leather, so that tackling mild stains is easier for you. Specific leather soaps such as saddle soaps https://www.amazon.com/Fiebings-Yellow-Saddle-Soap-Ounce/dp/B00GRSVTK4/?ots=1&tag=architdigest-20&linkCode=w50 exist and will be very helpful. A cotton swab dipped in rubbing alcohol can do the trick. Make sure you don’t apply it directly on the stain spot because that can cause the alcohol to spread the stain onto more of the leather. Allow the leather to dry (preferably over night). Once it is dry apply leather cream onto the surface, you can later buff a shine.

                           Cloth Couches
Use a dry brush to remove loose particles. Go over the entire sofa with a stiff brush to help loosen stains.Before scrubbing and cleaning your fabric sofa https://www.livingspaces.com/departments/furniture/living-room/sofas-and-sectionals, use a vacuum to remove crumbs.This will make it easier to clean out stains or grime. Once you have done that clean with baking soda. Sprinkling baking soda over the entire couch will help to remove odors and further loosen stains. Or in a bowl, mix together equal parts baking soda and water if you don’t own any baking soda. Then let the baking soda sit for 15 to 20 minutes. Once the baking soda has fully absorbed the stain, vacuum it up with a brush attachment. Then clean your couch with the recommended product on the label/instructions. Whether you use a water-based cleaner or a solvent, follow the instructions on the packaging.

                                Mattress Stains
Stains such as urine or blood will be infinitely more difficult to remove than stains caused by spilled drinks or food. To remove these tough stains and clean your mattress. Mix together dish soap, baking soda and hydrogen peroxide to make a stain remover. Use a spray bottle to help apply this mixture. Once the stains have been sprayed blot them using a rag. Many people prefer natural mattress cleaners. If you are that person use either half vinegar and half water or half vinegar with a sprinkling of baking soda. Salt and lemon juice can also be very effective. Apply your mixture to the stain then wipe away with a rag.If you are using the salt and lemon juice let it sit for a while before cleaning it off.

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