Forum Title: How to diy clean Italian sofa?
Hi friends! I felt it was time to freshen up my sofa a bit, after having it for 5+ years now. The covers have already been taken to the dry cleaner's and are taken care of. Main thing to clean now is the fabric on the arm rests and the fabric on the front, back and sides of the sofa (and if anyone knows howto do the pillows, containing goose down and expanded polyurethane). I've included a picture of the fabric below. Im not exactly sure what it is, but the dry cleaner said he could do a lot with it... and he also noted that cleaning it with water is very difficult, since it would have to be evenly applied everywhere. Further I also know the manufacturer of the sofa only uses natural materials. Thanks a lot for sharing your ideas! I really appreciate it!
Category: Carpet Post By: BEVERLY DIAZ (Alameda, CA), 01/19/2019

Using excessive amounts of water and soap is a big no-no since it can speeds up the leather's ability to break apart. At the same time, using strong solvents like Ammonia will only bleach the leather. If there is a stain, use only a small amount of water to clean the mess away and don't leave stagnant water on the surface of the leather.

- CHRISTIAN MILES (Vista, CA), 03/30/2019

That is a great deal - thanks for sharing!This is quite interesting.. definitely good for thoughtCarpet cleaners available now in Southend

- DANIELLE FULLER (South Gate, CA), 04/24/2019

I will say no if you want to clean it with water, you should take some precaution if you are going to clean leather upholstery. For removing spots, make a mixture of lemon juice with one part cream of tartar, apply this paste on the stain, rub it and leave it for 10 min, Apply another layer of the paste, work it in, then remove with either a damp sponge or a damp sponge topped with moisturizing soap.

- ELEANOR SIMS (Gaithersburg, MD), 04/11/2019

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