Featured Upholstery Stain Removal Techniques
This will help you on how to do upholstery stain removal but be cautious because once the color is removed it doesn’t come back. For Auckland Steam n Dry upholstery cleaning experts, please call us 0800 783-266 or drop us an email
Red Wine – Try to act fast. Blot out the spilled wine with an absorbent cloth. On persistent stains, blot/dash/spray mixture of soap detergent. Hydrogen peroxide on the stained area (2:2 ratio). Note: hydrogen peroxide is a reducer, so, can cause fading, so, use it carefully, therefore, sparingly.
Juice or Mustard (and Other Organic Dyes) – Use the rinse and blot-rinse method on the stained area with vinegar to water mixture (1:3 ratio – 1 Tbsp vinegar, and, 3 Tbsp water). Furthermore, water-based cleaner.
Blood – Use the rinse blot rinse technique. With salt and water (mix 2 Tbsp table salt to 1 cup of water). With sturdy stains, apply water diluted hydrogen peroxide on the carpet upholstery stains.
Butter – Apply dry solvent (commercially prepared for greasy stains) to a clean cloth, and, blot the spot. Use a mixture of 1 Tbsp detergent with 1 cup of water. To finish off the stain. Then, finally, wash off both the solvent and, mixture with a damp cloth. Do not rub. Just blot everything out.
Cheese – Wet a soft cloth with a mixture of mild detergent with warm water. Blot the area of the stains. Then, blot the spot again with the ammonia water solution, (mix 1 Tbsp ammonia to ½ cup water). To rinse, in addition, blot with clean water using a clean cloth. Dry the spot thoroughly.
Ink – Spray hairspray solution on the spot; Use the rinse blot rinse to wash off.
Upholstery Leathers Cleaning
- Upholstery leathers are prone to fading when exposed to direct sunlight, so, heat. Try to arrange the furniture away from the windows whenever possible.
- Regular dusting, also, vacuuming is the only care that upholstery leathers need, because, they are preserved permanently during the tanning process.
- Wipe up stain spills at once. Wash off with lukewarm water using the rinse-blot technique. Wipe off moisture with an absorbent cloth.
- Use a very mild detergent, furthermore, less than 80 Celsius hot water to remove stains. Rinse, and, blot with clean water, also, wipe stains with clean cloth thoroughly.