Getting rid of those tough stains on your sofa can be easy with the right tips. Whether it’s wine, coffee or red food spills there are ways to get them out without the hassle of buying a new couch. Keeping your sofa clean will also prolong its life. Over time tiny particles of soiling build up in your carpet which normal domestic vacuum cleaners can’t remove and when left they cause abrasion on the fibres which can make your sofa look old & worn. By regularly using our professional carpet cleaning service you can remove these particles and greatly extend the lifespan of your sofas & fabrics. URL : https://carpetcleaningprofessionals.co.uk/carpet-cleaning-slough/
Can I clean sofa with water?
First, you will want to vacuum the couch with your upholstery attachment. Make sure you get into the seams of the sofa and around the cushions. Then, you will want to spread baking soda over the whole sofa, especially focusing on any areas that have stains. Leave the baking soda on for 20 minutes to eliminate odors or longer for major odors. Then, you will want to vacuum up the baking soda as well as any other crumbs or debris that may have fallen off.
It is important to remember that you should always check your couches tags for instructions on how to care for them. Some materials, such as those that are made of natural products and are sensitive to water – jute, sisal, and seagrass -should be cleaned with dry powder instead of water. If you aren’t able to find any instructions on how to care for your couch, you should call a professional to take care of the cleaning.