Bleach does not clean anything. Bleach chemically affect the coloring dye in material, normally making it lighter. You want to clean your couch without damaging it. There are many cleaning agents (soaps and detergents), spot removers and spot lifters available. What you need to use depends on the couch material, the padding under the material and the type of substance that made the couch need to be cleaned. Most furniture comes with some sort of label describing its contents and how to clean it. Otherwise start with something sold for the type of stain or dirt you need to remove, follow its instructions but first test in a hidden area to be sure it works and does no damage.
A quality leather couch can be easy to clean since you can often just wipe up any messes, but overall a microfiber couch is the way to go if you are concerned with cleaning. Microfiber is naturally stain resistant so you don't need to scotch guard and to clean it you simply need water and dish soap.
well how would you get a urine stain on the couch anyway oh yeah you clean it that's how you get rid of it clean it :):)
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Squeeze some lemon juice from a lemon and rub it against the couch 10-15 times,it will attract the juice out of the,couch,,depends on what material your couch is.
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Steam cleaner, oxy clean, carbonated water,or others. (test all cleaners in a hidden spot to make sure they don't damage the material)
you should be able to just wipe it off with a damp clean rag. my son colored on my treated couch with a magic marker,,, came off great
There are many products available to help you clean your leather couch. Leather couches are not any more difficult to clean than suede couches. You will need to buy a leather conditioner to keep it in good condition though.
Human urine should be able to be removed from a leather couch by cleaning with an antibacterial solution that is not abrasive. If the couch does not come clean, professional cleaners may have to do the job.
call the sherif's office Is he out on bond already?
go to a steam cleaners
According to EPA site, your best bet is to first wet vacuum the material (possibly steam clean) and then to use a HEPA (high-efficiency particulate air) vacuum after the material has completely dried first. Using a dehumidifier is a good idea too since mold thrives on moisture.
use acetone free nail polish remover. apply it on the parts that are dirty, than wipe off the extra amounts of remover.use a clean rag to wipe up the area it should do the job without ruining the couch.
A big feather filled couch.
I assume this is a couch in the waiting area. If so you may not like the answer, but get rid of the couch. Women with larger frames do not like getting out of couches. Solves your problem for cleaning it as well.
Our dog was sleeping on the couch when he began having a seizure, he fell off the couch into a patio door and broke his neck during the seizure and died. You have to protect a pet having a seizure from hurting its self.
The best way to clean a leather recliner is to spray either glass cleaner or apply a wet rag to the couch. Since the couch is leather, it will be cleaned easily with water and glass cleaner.
Clean the couch with a mixture of vinegar and Pine Sol. That should remove the smell and the stain. D-Molish Now also does a great job of removing the smell and the soaked urine.
A sperm stain can be removed from a couch, with the help of a cloth and soapy water, and then add a little talcum powder non it.
A couch is probably the most used piece of furniture you can have in your house. Because it is always being used it is the most likely to need to be cleaned often. You can help erase some of unpreventable grime that it will attain over a period of time by following these simple steps.Step 1: Vacuum your couch. Today most vacuum cleaners come with furniture attachments. Attach the furniture brush to your hose and vacuum all of the couch including under the cushions and both sides of the cushions themselves. Don't forget the back, sides and arms of the couch. Preventative maintenance is always the best way to go. Therefore, if possible, you should vacuum your furniture daily and if unable to do so daily at least weekly.Step 2: If your couch has pieces that are not cloth such as wood or other material, take a rag and clean those parts as well. If the couch as scrolled designs or such on the wood or other material a cotton swab well work well to clean inside the groves. You can use a wood cleanser if desired or a slightly damp cloth. However if your furniture is new applying a cleanser to its surface may nullify the warranty.Step 3: After you have loosened all the dirt and foreign material on your couch you are now ready to move forward to shampooing it. Gather together the shampooer and the cleansers you will need for your shampooer. Make sure you follow the manufacturers instructions carefully on the assembly.Step 4: If you have not cleaned the couch before it is wise to test a small area first. Underneath where the legs are works best as this is the least likely to show any inadvertent discoloring.Step 5: Clean the entire couch. This will help prevent and water spots from forming.Step 6: Allow the couch and cushions to dry completely before reassembling it.After shampooing the couch you should have a clean, hopefully spot free and odor free couch. This will help your living room or den smell fresh and clean as well. With regular cleaning you can help prevent dust mites and other allergens from forming as well as prolonging the life of your couch.
You can clean tomato sauce stains on a suede couch by wiping up the excess sauce with a clean cloth to begin with. Make a solution of lukewarm water and a mild soap, swish to create suds and then apply the foam only to the stain using a sponge. Wipe the residue away with a clean, damp cloth.
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