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December 15, 2018 Furniture Designs

Easy Way To Clean A Velvet Couch

For your living room, you also should consider well to have beautiful decorative velvet couch that will be very nice in its look will interestingly decor your own living space. The velvet couch allow us to rest hours a luxurious way. Velvet is a soft, durable fabric that looks elegant in any home. These sofas need regular care for fabric retains its fresh, clean look. Velvet easily attracts dust, which is under the fleece, trapping dirt and making the fabric look dull and dingy. Regular cleaning allows you to recover your sofa style and beauty.

Padstow Mulberry Velvet Chesterfield Sofa

Padstow Mulberry Velvet Chesterfield Sofa

Place soft bristle brush in vacuum. Turn on the vacuum cleaner and soft brush glides on the velvet couch. Spend the brush against the grain for hair fabric nancy. This ensures you get all the dirt that may be hidden under the fleece fabric. Cushions removed if they are removable, and clean the bottom. Invest it when you return to place. Give back whenever aspires couch.

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Apply a bit of dishwasher detergent at one end of a clean, damp cloth. Rub the spots on the velvet couch with detergent. Do it against the nap of the fabric to reach any spot under the hair of the fabric. Rinse the detergent with a clean, damp cloth. Make sure you have removed all soap residues. Dry the wet area with a clean dry cloth. Do it with the nap of the fabric facing up so that the hair dries.

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