Your furniture is one of the most expensive purchases that you make for your home so it’s only natural that you want to keep it looking as good as possible.
Unfortunately, just through everyday use it can have stuff spilled on it, causing stains that can be very difficult to get out.
Don’t despair however as we’ve put together a guide to help you remove those stubborn stains from your furniture. Read on for more.
No matter what type of stain it is, after following the stain removal process specific to your type of stain, blot warm water on to the area and dry with a paper towel. You then brush the area dry with a clean towel.
It can be difficult to remove some stains from wood furniture such as water marks and heat marks. Here are some tips:
Leather furniture is delicate so you need to be careful when cleaning it.
Suede is more difficult to clean than standard leather. Dried on stains should be removed with a clean eraser. Wet stains are removed by soaking them up with a paper towel. Oil based stains should be removed with a commercial suede cleaner.
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