How can I keep my sofa clean and stain-free?
Pretreating leather furniture with an upholstery protector, according to almost all of the professionals we consulted with, is the safest way to reduce stains on it. Scotchgard was the most often discussed commodity.
Is it necessary to get fabric protection for my couch?
While some may believe that fabric cover for furniture is needless, the fact is that after spending hundreds (or even thousands!) of dollars on a recliner, couch, or loveseat, it is well worth the extra money to ensure that a spilt cup of coffee does not spoil your investment.
How often should you Scotchgard a couch?
Reapply Scotchgard Cloth & Upholstery Protector every six months or after every specialist or water extraction cleaning for upholstery or related fabrics. Reapply Scotchgard Cloth & Upholstery Protector to laundered fabrics any time they are washed or dry cleaned.
What does Scotchgard do for couches?
Scotchgard Fabric Protector helps repel liquids and block stains without altering the look and sound of the fabric, whether it’s a brand-new sofa or your little black dress. That means you can scrub the surface clean until the mess sinks in for perfect, long-lasting wear.
What’s the best way to keep stains out of a fabric couch?
In a small bucket, mix equal parts water and white vinegar to make a cleaning solution. Using a moist but not wet microfiber rag, dip it into the solution. Wipe off the sofa with a damp rag, rinsing it often. Using a new, dry microfiber cloth, dry the couch.