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Furniture Cleaning - How you treat stains on your furniture

Posted by Amostraintima on Monday, May 15, 2017

Furniture Cleaning - How you treat stains on your furniture
Dust, grease and stains on the couch or chairs can browse furniture a new look. Are you fast when the stain occurs, you may be lucky enough to eliminate whatever material involved. Furniture Cleaner Steen Rasmussen gives advice on how.






Please note while Stain Removal


Dirty furniture comes from several things; the dust settles in the cover, grease palms and hair discolor armrests and backrest, and there will be spilled on the cover. The temptation to even begin to clean the furniture can be great, but be careful as you can often do more harm than good. Cleaning is often something that requires professionals.


What you can do about stains

If an accident occurs, and you will try to remove the stain, you should always start immediately; it has occurred. - The longer you wait, the harder it is to remove it. And let me kill an old folk remedy, as many still follow: Sprinkle not potato flour on the stain. It binds the just in the padding. The first thing you should do when you need to remove a fresh stain on furniture is to get sucked as much of the stain of the cover as possible, says Furniture cleaner, Steen Rasmussen from the company Rensa Furniture care


Rub with a terry towel

Once the stain has been wetted with water, the and the surrounding area of ​​the cover is rubbed thoroughly with a terry towel. Sometimes it is necessary to repeat the process several times to remove the stain completely. - If the stain is gone after this treatment, it is a good idea to contact a professional furniture cleaner. You do not even begin to experiment with chemical solutions, has Steen Rasmussen.

Cleaning the entire piece of furniture

If your furniture has become brighter in the cover, where you clean the stain, than is the case with the rest of the cover, it is because your furniture over time have been uniformly contaminated. So, a cleaning of the entire piece of furniture can be a solution. 

There are many different types of upholstery, and often it's a whole science to find out which chemicals should be used on a particular treatment. You can even try out to clean the furniture, but as upholstered furniture is often a major investment, it may be wise to contact a specialist.

All furniture can be cleaned

Many fear that their cover was so dirty that the furniture can not be cleaned. But all kinds of fabrics, microfiber and leather can be cleaned. Some furniture upholstered in leather may eventually get a natural patina that only makes the furniture look better. Yet a care cleaning is sometimes a good idea to avoid drying. 
It is not only stains and stains that can be overcome by purification but also, for example, dust mites, mold spores and bad smell from the fumes, moisture, perspiration and urine.


Procedure if you will clean

If you have a piece of furniture that does not have much value, and you'd even want to try to clean it gives Steen Rasmussen this advice to a process in both leather, fabric and microfibre:
  • Mix 1 liter of lukewarm water with 1 tablespoon of soap flakes.
  • Whipping the mixture up to the skimmer.
  • Scrub the foam mixture into the cover with a sponge or washcloth. It is important that the mixture does not penetrate into the filling, but remain in the surface where it will make its effect.
  • Rub the furniture thoroughly with a terry towel until you feel that there can be rubbed more moisture out of the upholstery.
  • Let the furniture dry naturally.

Leather care treatment after purification

The use of soap removes the impregnation of the cover and makes the furniture quickly become dirty again. After cleaning leather, you should always make a leather care treatment. Try first on an inconspicuous area, as not all types of leather that can withstand care with silicone. If you are unsure about something, ask a specialist in furniture care.

source : http://www.idenyt.dk/rengoring/ovrigt/mobelrensning-sadan-behandler-du-pletter-pa-dine-mobler/




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