Aggie Lala. Furniture. April 21st , 2017.
Furniture is a major investment and, like any investment, you will want to make sure you get the most for your money. If you have been shopping recently you have probably discovered that there are many things to consider when it comes time to purchase new furniture. Fabric, color, style, size and shape are all things that readily come to mind. But it is what's behind the scene (or under the upholstery) that is often the most important factor.
Here's what might happen - the chemicals used on furniture react to the increase in temperature and compounds are formed or chemical reactions take place, that oxidize or burn the wood. The obvious change in color is a visible indicator of such a reaction. Keeping hot pans, cookery, plates, glasses, mugs or food containers, even take out cartons and pizza boxes on a wooden surface will cause these unsightly marks to appear. Laying a tablecloth or covering the surface with a towel or cloth can prevent a stain from occurring but depending on the furniture's surface and the heat of the object, results may vary.
Apply a white color paint to the furniture and allow it to dry up properly. You can draw some images or patterns on the painted surface using a pencil. Fill in the drawn images with suitable colors and allow it to dry under the sun, if possible. Mark the outlines of the images with the help of a dark color paint pen to make them distinct. Finally, put a coat of paint finish and wait till it dries up. Thus, your paint job is done.
As a matter of habit, soap and detergents come into play when it's time to clean. However, when it comes to leather furniture care cleaning, soaps, and detergents are a 'strict no-no'. If your sofa is stained, use distilled water for cleaning. Do so by blotting and not pouring the water over it. Keep blotting it till the cloth becomes dry. Strictly avoid rubbing the stain in circular motion with tap water, as it'll only worsen the condition.
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