Furniture. Wednesday , November 01st , 2017 - 00:13:33 AM
Tip #5: Leather has the natural ability to repel liquids provided you do not allow it to get absorbed into the leather. Therefore, if there are accidental liquid spills on your leather sofa, you must take quick action and blot it out with a sponge or soft cloth immediately. Just soak up the liquid and do not wipe it.
Think about your own skin. Would you wash your face with a strong household cleaner? Certainly it would clean your face, however the drying and chaffing effect it has on your skin is not desirable, particularly with repeated use. The same is true for upholstery leather. The fact is that upholstery leather is acidic. It has a pH of 4.5 - 5. Harsh cleaners are highly alkaline. Consequently a chemical reaction occurs in the leather that breaks down its fibrous structure. Therefore it's important to use leather cleaners that are chemically engineered (pH balanced) specifically for upholstery leather.
Home styling trends come, and those same home styling trends quickly go. What was referred to as the undeniable "must-have" piece of furniture prominently on display in the living room of yesterday is now tucked away deep in the basement, far from the sight line of guests visiting today. Fortunately for the most style-savvy among us, there is also an ageless alternative in home decor that's an excellent fit for any generation: Amish furniture.
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