Cleaning Ways For Suede Sofas
When you own suede sofas, it is definitely the most appealing pieces amongst the other home decor items. While you follow the daily or weekly cleaning routine, at times the suede sofa fabric might need some extra attention. Knowing how to clean suede sofas regularly and in case of accidental spills is helpful. And these are some ways to cleaning suede sofas for you. Check the whole surface of the sofa. Sometimes stains trickle to places you don’t expect. Locate all the stain spots. Sweep away any caked-on material lightly with a toothbrush. Rub a suede eraser against the soft fabric. The suede eraser uses small particles that get under the surface of the suede. When you brush these particles out, the dirt is taken out as well. In a pinch, you can use a pencil eraser to remove dried stains from your suede couch. A damp kitchen sponge may also work. Sweep the suede sofa with a metal suede brush or a velvet lint brush. Use circular motions and a slight amount of pressure to remove dried stains. This will also give the suede a fluffier texture and give you a more comfortable-sitting surface.
Wipe the suede sofas with a damp towel. Test your suede sofas with any fluids or chemicals you may want to use on your sofas. Apply some of the cleaner to an inconspicuous part of the furniture and wait to see if the fabric is damaged or discolored. You might consider doing this on the reverse of the hem at the bottom, where no one will ever see it. Apply soap or suede cleaner and follow the instructions on the bottle. There are all kinds of different preparations, and each has different directions.