Furniture. Wednesday , November 01st , 2017 - 00:22:18 AM
Whichever approach one takes to the modern-day landscaping and outdoor decoration market, there is no denying that rattan garden furniture is the most popular type of outdoor furniture, and one of the most popular types of landscaping items in general. With their versatile nature, weather resistance, sturdy build and low maintenance requirements, items made from both natural and synthetic rattan have taken over the landscaping market to such an extent that many home-owners never even consider the possibility that there may be other, different materials for outdoor furniture.
Furniture items without the bumpers might not damage floors made of quality tiles. But let me tell you that laminates, carpets, vinyl and many other types of flooring are prone to damage when you place heavy furniture pieces on them for days and months. Apart from this, furniture items with metal legs will not only scratch and discolor simple floors but also discolor good quality tiles! This is because the metal legs rust overtime and they leave rust marks on tiles. Especially when you wash floors or clean them with a damp cloth, any type of flooring is sure to get rust marks which are difficult to clear off. So this makes adding legs essential.
In case there is a dry stain on your couch or cushion, all you need to do is use a suede eraser and get it cleaned. Take this eraser and rub it gently on the stained area. Apply pressure only if required. Once the stain is completely cleared off, just roll the suede brush over this surface to bring back the original textured finish of this fabric. So, wondering how do you clean oil, lotion or urine stain on suede sofa? Well, when you are cleaning fresh wet stains, the first thing to remember is, doing this task calmly. All you need to do is get some hand towels and empty any clutter on the couch. You need to use hand towels just for blotting up the liquid. So, do not put pressure and just place them on the wet area. Now slowly dab the towel on the wet surface. Putting pressure will simply force the liquid inside the fabric and make the stain deeper and tougher. Once the spilled liquid is blotted, let the stain dry off completely. Now use a suede eraser to take off the stain. If it doesn't work, use a suede brush followed by suede eraser. For tough stains you can use a suede cleaning solution and finish cleaning the surface with a paper towel.
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