How to Clean Tapestry Upholstery
As we all know there are various types of upholstery that are made of different fabrics. One of them is the so called tapestry upholstery. For many of us it is required because of its various scenes and patterns which can re-create our feelings, life and emotions. It is a multiple layered type and this cause the often accumulation of dust and dirt between the fabrics and layers. Here you are a way how to clean this type of upholstery and to remove stains from it in home conditions.
However, remember to check the condition of the stains because if they are dried, you should better call and hire professional upholstery cleaning services that are specialized in cleaning tapestry upholstery and use dry cleaning products only.
If it comes only to regular cleaning of your tapestry upholstery, here you are some instructions to follow:
- Begin with vacuuming the upholstery, but remember to use the special brush attachment of your vacuum machine and before you start – place a cheesecloth of its bottom, secured with a rubber band. This is recommended because it keeps away the debris from the upholstery and if it is not there the debris may soil the upholstery;
- If the upholstery fabrics are moveable, it is the best idea to move them somewhere on a flat surface such as a floor or any other to help yourself with the cleaning efforts;
- Move all the furniture that are around or next to the tapestry upholstery;
- Using the vacuum machine with the attachment, clean the tapestry upholstery in order to remove the dust and dirt accumulated on it;
- Be careful if there are any moveable elements such as decorations on your tapestry upholstery because the vacuum machine may suck or damage them;
- In your tapestry upholstery cleaning, don’t miss the clean and vacuum the back, too;
- When you finish vacuuming, you can place back the fabric where it belongs.
If there are stains on the tapestry upholstery, use a white soft cloth to absorb the liquid and then blot it a few times. If it is dry already, use a professional help.
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