Does your fabric furniture need some love? Do they have a stain or stains? Do you wonder how to clean them? Or would you like to know how to care for it? Look no further! Here is a list of tips offered by our experts to answer your questions!

Tip #1: Labels

First, the first thing to do to answer your questions about the care and cleaning of your fabric furniture is to check its cleaning label. In general, you will find all the information you need about the type of fabric your furniture is made of as well as the type of cleaning recommended, such as dry cleaning.

Tip #2: the maintenance plan

Many people don’t think about it, but having a maintenance plan for your fabric furniture allows it to last longer and maintain its colors. Don’t hesitate to contact professionals to find out how to set up a maintenance plan that is personalized to your needs and budget.

Tip #3: Vacuuming as a routine

Indeed, the first habit to adopt to keep your fabric furniture is vacuuming. We recommend vacuuming once a week. This will remove accumulated crumbs and dust. It may also be beneficial to use a lint roller or brush to remove pet hair.

Tip #4: Dry Cleaning

Dry cleaning is the preferred method for cleaning the various textiles found on fabric furniture (wool, silk, cotton, synthetic fibers, etc.). Indeed, this type of cleaning is characterized by the combined use of a low humidity level and a cleaning product. This also means a significant reduction in drying time. This efficient method can be done by yourself by renting the necessary equipment or it can be done by our experts. Do not hesitate to contact us for more information.

Tip #5: Baking soda

The baking soda tip is suggested to help you eliminate bad odors that can be found in your fabric furniture. To do this, sprinkle baking soda on your furniture and leave it on for about an hour. Then, simply vacuum it up.

Tip #6: Shaving cream

This tip is usually used for the superficial cleaning of small stains. It’s also a simple method that involves applying shaving cream to the fabric stain and leaving it on for about an hour. Then rub the fabric with a sponge and a little water and let it dry.

Tip #7: White vinegar and dish soap

Like the previous one, this tip is used to clean small stains. To perform it, you need to mix 500ml of vinegar, a tablespoon of dish soap and 200ml of warm water. Wring out a cloth of the mixture and rub your fabric. Then, rinse with a cloth soaked in water and dry with a dry cloth. You only have to wait until your fabric furniture is completely dry.

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