Silva Vinh. Furniture. October 11th , 2017.
White stains can be rings, vague circles or cloud-like large spots or stains. They can be raised or flat and appear as if a film or layer has been painted onto the surface of the wood. Such stains should not be confused with watermarks, which are transparent and slightly raised. White spots or stains are caused by keeping hot vessels or objects on the furniture's surface. Wait a minute, isn't that what furniture is for? Keeping things on? Yes but treated and polished wood and various types of furniture finishes, are delicate and very sensitive to heat.
Preferably, clean up the surface immediately if it sustains any marks or stains. Allowing the stain to stay, may give it a chance to develop into a tougher one that may fade eventually, but leave a mark behind.
If with the above techniques, you are successful in removing white spots off your furniture, then make sure you apply a layer of furniture wax or polish to the cleaned furniture. You'd be amazed at the effect a little polishing and spot removal can have on a piece of wooden furniture. An ancient relic designated to the corner of the room, can look so brand new, that it can fool guests and neighbors into thinking you bought new furniture! So before going in for refinishing, bleaching or other extreme measures like throwing the furniture piece out, try a little DIY (Do-It-Yourself) techniques to restoring it on your own.
Suede furnishing is one of the best picks to grace your sofas and sofa chair covers. When you own a suede couch, it is definitely the most appealing piece amongst the other home decor items. Well, suede fabrics that are available in number of colors make beautiful sofa sets look even more attractive. This fabric adds a touch of elegance to your interiors with their soft sheen and beautiful texture. If such a stunning couch is placed right in your interiors, caring for the same needs no mention. While you follow the daily or weekly cleaning routine, at times the fabric might need some extra attention. Of course, the couch is equally prone to spills and stains as any other couch. So knowing how to clean a suede couch regularly and in case of accidental spills is helpful. Move on to the next section to get tips on the same.
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