Guide for Velvet Upholstery Cleaning
Velvet is very delicate and of course beautiful. Because of its lush and class, it made its place in the houses of many people. Upholstery cleaning itself is a process to be followed very carefully. Furthermore, velvet upholstery cleaning demands extra care. Here is a guide which you can follow step by step for velvet upholstery fabric cleaning if you are dealing with stains:
1. Read Manufacturer Warning
Before starting cleaning the velvet upholstery, you need to know its type and care instruction. Generally, it is coded “S”. Still, you must confirm the same. You can also call the provider to know its type. “S” code means, velvet upholstery fabric cleaning should be cleaned with dry cleaning or with suitable solvents without or with minimum water.
Before starting the velvet upholstery cleaning process, you must first get your furniture ready. For that, follow the below-mentioned steps:
Attach brush attachment to the vacuum cleaner.
Run it from one side to another
This process will lift up the fabric. Thus, the surface will become fuzzy. Thus, the cleaning process would be easier.
3. Get prepared for the Cleaning Process
To perform velvet upholstery fabric cleaning, get ready by grabbing these items:
2 tablespoons Baking soda
1 bowl Lemon juice
Soft, clean and dry clothes
4. Prepare a Cleaning Solution
To clean the velvet upholstery, create a cleaning solution by following the below-mentioned steps:
Mix baking soda into the bowl which has lemon juice.
Stir the mixture until it produces foam.
5. Velvet Upholstery Cleaning
Follow the below-mentioned steps for velvet fabric upholstery cleaning:
Take the foam from the mixture on a clean soft cloth.
Apply the foam gently on the stained area and gently clean it. Be very gentle. Use dab method to remove stains from the upholstery.
Take another cloth and remove the excessive foam.
Repeat the process until the stains are removed completely.
Take another dry cloth and use a dab process to remove the excess cleaning solution. Use a different cloth or different sides of the cloth once it gets wet.
If you are doing velvet upholstery fabric cleaning for the first time, before trying this cleaning method, please do the spot testing. Choose an area which is not in the front and apply this cleaning solution to see if it is okay for your fabric or not.
6. Let it Dry
The last step of velvet upholstery cleaning is to let the fabric get dry. You can switch on the fans to reduce the drying time.
If following this velvet upholstery fabric cleaning guide does not remove stains completely or if you fail to know the code of your velvet fabric upholstery then the best option is calling the professionals on 0425 029 990. They know the fabric and will follow an effective cleaning method to clean the velvet fabric upholstery.