Tuesday, 21 July 2015

How to Increase Life of Leather Goods

Removing Stain

 Get rid of the surface stain with a damp cloth. Then allow the leather to dry again. After this, use a mild cleaner like  shampoo and remove the stain completely.

Cleaning stain
Generally, a paste of one part tartar and one part lemon juice works well to wipe dark stains off your prized leather possessions. Rub the paste on the problem area and leave it for 20 minutes. Remove it with a slight piece cloth dipped in soap or shampoo  water. After the removal, dry the leather with a towel. To remove stains immediately.

Avoid Strong cleansers

Use leather are maintenance and just like everything else that falls into that category, they are also extremely delicate. So keep those alkalis and alcohol-based cleansers. Bleach, some cleaners and varnish are other items that you must never use unless you want to see serious damage or discoloration on your beloved Leather sofa, Leather upholstery.

Monday, 20 July 2015

Easy Methods for Curtain Cleaning

Curtains are considered to be delicate and beautiful additions to any beautiful room.  Stains may be very noticeable on light-colored curtains. Curtains are tend to absorb smells from around the Room, such as cooking  etc. which can leave the curtains smelling less than fresh and cause slight discoloration.

These Steam Cleaning Curtains Careful when using a steam cleaner Using a good quality steam cleaner with an upholstery attachment is one of the most convenient methods of curtain cleaning. Be sure to start from the top and work your way down the curtain.

Must  read the manufacturer’s instructions before you begin, and remember that steam can burn you  so ensure you wear appropriate protective clothing. Steam cleaning curtains is an excellent choice for curtains made from very heavy materials or for curtains that are particularly difficult to take down from the rail.

Washing machine has a delicate cycle, be sure to use it  otherwise, choose a cool wash with a slow spin. Your normal laundry detergent will be fine to use for machine. Depending on the material of  curtains, you may be able to clean them simply by putting them in the washing machine. If your If you are particularly worried about the material shrinking, don’t risk putting the curtains in the washing machine, and hand wash instead.

Hand washing curtains can sometimes be the safe Hand washing curtains is a bigger task than simply putting them in the washing machine, but it does reduce the risk of shrinking, and it’s a good choice for delicate materials such as pure cotton.