Teak and oak solid wood furniture is renowned for its sturdiness and longevity. If you do, don’t wait to clean it; it’s preferable to do it right away using water and detergent.
From sofas to loveseats, dining chairs, and more—upholstery is an essential part of your furniture and adds aesthetic value to your home. To make sure your upholstery lasts a long time and continues looking new, regular cleaning and maintenance of your upholstery is important. If you don’t know how often it should be cleaned and how to maintain it, you may feel overwhelmed—not to worry! Our Stanley Steemer experts are here to provide recommendations for keeping your upholstery looking its best for years to come.
We know it sounds obvious, but this step is often overlooked and should be your first move. Consider the size and layout of your space and start out by measuring it to understand how much real estate you’re working with. If you’re feeling ambitious, you can even take it one step further and draw yourself up a floor plan to help you visualize the layout of your room. Another great option is to use painter’s tape to tape out the dimensions of your pieces on the floor to give you a good feel for the space.
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a 3 seater sofa, 2 seater sofa
and striking accent chair
around a coffee table allows you to contrast materials and inject
personality. Now that you’re done cleaning and conditioning your leather couch, we bet you can’t wait to sit down and enjoy it. Just as you let your couch dry after cleaning it, you need to allow it to dry after conditioning. If there is any conditioner residue left on the product after 24 hours, wipe it away with your cloth. The first step to conditioning your leather couch has nothing to do with conditioning. First, use a lint-free cloth to remove any loose dirt and debris. If there is dirt stuck down in the cracks of your couch (and let’s face it, there probably is) use a hand-held vacuum to remove it.
To Pattern or Not To Pattern?
Look for any obstructions, such as radiators, shelving, and other built-ins that would hinder the sofa from getting where it needs to go. Accidents can always happen, and sometimes they may involve your sofa.
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