The Right Way to Tackle Upholstery Cleaning

When your couch starts looking grimy or stained, it’s time for some upholstery cleaning. But don’t just dive in randomly. There’s a right way to make your furniture look new. Even if your sofa looks squeaky clean, it could hide dust mites and other allergens.

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These tiny critters can be bothersome for little kids and older folks.

Some clues that your sofa needs a more thorough cleaning include stains and weird color changes. Also, consider cleaning them if you start to sneeze or your eyes get itchy after hanging out on it. To start, you’ll want to take off all the cushions and pillows. Then, check the fabric for any stains or dirt.

If you find any stains, dab them gently with a stain remover. Once you remove the stains, use a sofa steam cleaner to clean the entire thing. After steaming it, sprinkle baking soda on the cushions to kill germs and get rid of any stinky smells. Some of the tips in this guide include using covers and throws that you can throw in the washing machine.

Put a special air purifier in the room that traps dust and vacuum your sofa regularly. Leather sofas are a good choice for people with dust mite allergies. Dust mites can’t burrow into leather as easily as they can fabric. And if you can’t ditch your fabric sofa just yet, cover the cushions to keep dust mites out.


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