Stains seem to appear “out of nowhere” when you have a family. If one of your little ones or your partner has admitted they made a spill on the family furniture, fear not. We have outlined the easiest ways to remove stains off of common furniture materials.
Leather is incredibly beautiful until it is stained. When it comes to removing stains from leather furniture, your options are limited. For most stains, scrub your leather conditioner over the stain in a circular motion. IN extreme cases, apply rubbing alcohol to a cotton ball and blot the stain.
Linen furniture is a love-relationship. It feels nice, but it stains so easily. The easiest – and most effective – way to remove stains on linen furniture is baking soda. Simply apply a thick layer of baking soda onto the stain. While it sits, create a mixture of one part baking soda to one part water. After 10 or so minutes, apply the mixture on top of the layer of baking soda. Scrub in a circular motion with a cloth, and watch the stain disappear!
When it comes to wood furniture, you have two options. First, you can create a mixture of two parts vinegar to one part water and apply it to the stain. Second, if the stain can’t be removed, you will need to re-stain the furniture.
In order to keep your furniture in tip-top shape, you need to identify stains early and remove them as quickly as possible. Fortunately, stains can typically be removed without any harsh chemicals.