6 Ways To Keep Your Couch Clean


It is better to clean your couch using help of a cleaning serviceYour couch is an important furniture piece in your house and keeping it clean can be a challenging task, especially if you have kids and pets. If you are trying to remove stains and dust from your couch without using any of  housekeeping services  in your area, there are several tips on how to do it.

  1. The Easiest way to do it – using numerous cleaning chemicals that are available at any supermarket. However, it is important to remember that mixing those chemicals can potentially be harmful for not only your couch, but also pets and kids who may be playing on the couch. Moreover it’s always a good idea to test a chemical on a smaller area before applying it to the whole surface of the couch.
  2. There is a big difference in cleaning leather and fabric couches. While leather is a lot easier to maintain and only requires water and soap solution plus a soft cloth, fabric is a lot more complicated. Before starting cleaning your fabric couch it is essensial to know what material it is made of and what the most appropriate solution is for it.
  3. There are 2 most common ways of cleaning your couch from the dust – vacuuming and beating. You should be careful with both of these methods as they have some downsides into them.
  • Vacuuming – when it comes to cleaning a fabric couch, it is important to be careful to not overdo it. Vacuuming can potentially harm fabric and make it look bold. Only vacuums used by cleaning professionals will gently remove the dust without ruining the couch.
  • Beating is an old way of removing the dust but it still works. To make sure that the dust is not rising up in the air causing allergies or sneezing, it is easier to put a wet cloth on the couch surface before beating. Also, a good ventilation will help to remove an excessive dust from the air – just open your window when beating the dust.

4. Who does not like to snuggle on the couch with a cup of coffee? Well, it may be the most popular drink, but it is also one of the most common stains on the couches. To remove coffee stain simply prepare soap solution, soak a cloth in it and wipe the couch. Let it dry for a little and remove the excess with a dry cloth.

5. Other popular couch stains come аrom spilling juice. To remove those spots you will need to mix equal amount of ammonia and vinegar and apply to the stain. When performing that procedure just make sure that kids and pets are away from the stain.Beer stains are also very common. To get rid of these stains use a light water+vinegar solution and wipe it with a dry thick cloth. Vinegar will remove beer smell and will not leave that sour smell, which it normally has.

6. If you have a little artist on your hands, who uses the couch as a canvas, you probably know challenging it is to remove marker and pen stains. To make those masterpieces vanish use acetone on the stain and then wipe it with a wet cloth.

These are some common tips on how to remove stains from your couch, but of course they cannot guarantee the absolute results and  ensure that the job will be done in professional manner. Therefore, to save you some time and give you a confidence in the fact that your couch will not be ruined it is better to use a services of a cleaning company in your area, the one that has proved record of dependability and excellent work.




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