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Diy upholstery cleaner: Easy tips & tricks


Carol Torres


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Cleaned and refreshed fabrics not only make your furniture look better, but also make your home healthier. There are professional cleaning services available, but there are many benefits to doing it yourself, such as saving money and using ingredients that are safe for the planet.

How to choose furniture fabrics

Before you start cleaning your own furniture, it’s important to know what type of fabric you’re cleaning. Cotton, linen, polyester and silk are all common furniture fabrics. To maintain its appearance and prevent damage, every fabric must be cleaned in some way.

Benefits of cleaning your own upholstery

There are many reasons why homemade upholstery cleaner is better than store-bought upholstery cleaner. Not only is it cheaper, but you can control what’s in it, so you don’t have to worry about strong chemicals or damage to the planet.

Use everyday products to clean your own upholstery

You’ll be happy to know that you can create many effective furniture cleaning methods with items you already have around the house. Some of the most useful and easiest to find items to make your own upholstery cleaner are vinegar, baking soda, and dish soap.

Make and use your own upholstery cleaner step by step

To make a cleaning solution, combine equal parts white vinegar and water in a spray bottle. For extra cleaning power, add a few drops of dishwashing liquid.
Spot test: Before using a cleaning product on an entire piece of furniture, test it on a small, hidden spot first to make sure it works well and won’t change color.
Usage and cleaning steps: Spray homemade cleaner on dirty or damaged furniture parts and let it sit for a few minutes. Gently scrub the fabric with a soft brush or cloth. Then use a clean towel to absorb excess water.
This way you keep your interior clean

Vacuum regularly: To prevent dust and other particles from building up, vacuum your furniture once a week, paying special attention to seams and cracks.
Treat stains immediately: Clean up spills and stains immediately to prevent them from becoming permanent and difficult to remove.
Professional cleaning: You can clean your furniture yourself for basic maintenance, but you may need to call in a professional once a year for a deep cleaning and repair.
In summary

If you have the right tools and knowledge, cleaning your own furniture can be fun and easy. You can remove stains and freshen up your furniture with natural household products that are also good for you. This will also help the world and save you money.

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Carol Torres

Graduated in advertising and publicity and senior writer at Matérias do dia. My mission is to write impactful texts that make a difference in the lives of our readers!

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