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What is the best way to clean a fabric sofa?

Updated: Aug 19, 2019

Do you enjoy being a couch potato and get glued to it while watching your favourite web series on ‘Riverdale’. Do you even have a vague idea as to how much dust and muck your sofa is exposed to? Your sofa is the heart of your living room and witnesses all events surrounding you. Remains and food spills from last night party, stains from Mocktail drink which spilled while you raised a toss to the winning football team, Your pet cat Sash loves to cuddle in your lap when you are back from work is what the sofa is exposed to. The pet hair, dirt, oil, spills make the fabric dingy and dirty. And now you feel if you could reclaim its lounge worthy status, sofa dry cleaning is the key.

The best of stores in sofa dry cleaning too adhere to the cleaning instructions. These sofa dry cleaning stores recommend not to deviate from the cleaning methods on the tags. Your search for best sofa dry cleaning must rest at and here is the general DIY as suggested by our experts in sofa dry cleaning :

Be quick to get the stains: Clean the spill or stain immediately as soon as it occurs. Waiting for even a few minutes results in setting the stain and it becomes tough to get out but you don’t worry and bring it to us as our sofa dry cleaning team will act tough on these tough stains.

Check the manufacturer’s recommendations: Before using any cleaning detergents or solutions, check the manufacturer’s instructions for care, which can usually be found on the sofa’s tags. Failing to use safe cleaning products could mean permanently damaged upholstery.

Check the cleaning codes for your fabric sofa: You know those random letters on your sofa’s tags? Those are actually codes! Our sofa dry cleaning strongly urge to study these codes before you act.

Dusting: This includes cleaning the wooden and metal areas and using duster to clean the non fabric parts of the sofa with warm water solution and liquid dish soap.

Vacuum: Regular vacuuming cleans dust and grime from fabric sofa. Pet hair, food crumbs and dirt accumulate in the crevices area. Lint roller also comes handy to remove pet hair.

Spot treat with the recommended agent: Whether you use a water-based cleaner or a solvent (or both), follow the instructions on the packaging. If the instructions say it is safe to do so, use a soft cloth to wipe away the solution.

Dry your fabric sofa with a soft towel: Pat down any wet areas with a dry towel to soak up the residual moisture. Gently brush off any remaining cleaning solution.

Let your fabric sofa air dry: Leave the upholstery to dry overnight. When you will get up, you can feel the freshness.

Stay close to nature: The cleaners constituted from natural ingredients are safe and given a green signal by our sofa dry cleaning team.

Happy Cleaning


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