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May 04, 2017

For older and more worn out sofas or to tackle a more difficult stain, you can use a deeper cleaning method. You have the choice to use either, foam specifically designed for this, or a shampoo for fabrics and textiles. For both products use a very slightly damp cloth (wring well, you want to clean the surface without soaking it). Whichever method you choose, remember that the golden rule is to first do a test on an inconspicuous area to see if that technique leaves a trace or damages the material.

In the case of a stain, try to avoid rubbing as you might spread the stain and make it bigger. As soon as possible, dab the mark with a paper towel or cloth to remove as much of the stain as possible prior to cleaning and starting the stain removal process. Don't hesitate to ask for your Grandmother’s advice on how to deal with each type of stain, as they often prove to be extremely effective!

Don't forget that when you clean an area of your sofa you are often left with patches and colour changes in the fabric. So if you’re determined and want to tackle that task, be prepared to clean that whole part of the sofa to make sure it's all even.

Lastly, to prevent stains from occurring in the first place, consider using waterproof products that will make your life much easier, and keep your sofa in immaculate condition.

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