Furniture. Wednesday , November 01st , 2017 - 00:02:31 AM
Tie-Dyed Clothes. Remember when bright, tie-dyed colors were all the rave? In the early eighties, everything was a starburst of six and seven different colors that didn't really match and could make your eyes water with the brightness of the design. Home furnishings have begun to incorporate this design again, with wall hangings of tie-dyed starbursts, throw rugs in the pattern, bedspreads full of tie-dyed spots, and even some couches artfully designed in such a manner. If you like the bright, anything goes style, this may be for you!
As a matter of habit, soap and detergents come into play when it's time to clean. However, when it comes to leather furniture care cleaning, soaps, and detergents are a 'strict no-no'. If your sofa is stained, use distilled water for cleaning. Do so by blotting and not pouring the water over it. Keep blotting it till the cloth becomes dry. Strictly avoid rubbing the stain in circular motion with tap water, as it'll only worsen the condition.
The fabric of the sofa also plays a very important role in its selection. You have to decide whether your sofa will be used for formal occasions or will be used very regularly. Leather recliners can be great but may pinch your pockets slightly harder. If you have kids, the sofa will get some roughing up frequently. Children tend to drop food, juices and other junk on the sofa. The sofa, in such cases must be very simple and practical. It may have busy prints to hide the stains and dark colors to keep people from noticing the little "accidents", as the best detergents and dry cleaners may not be able to remove them completely.
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