Cleaning Chaise Lounger

Jan 19th

Chaise lounger term now often refers to a lounge chair with a long seat for landscape and lounging. But the original term was a chaise longue. Even with the most diligent care to prevent the accumulation of dirt and stains, are taking care of your chaise not as simple as taking care of your carpet. You need to consider the fabric used on your chaise. Using the wrong method or materials to clean your chaise lounger can destroy, making it worse than the original problem you are trying to clean.

Chaise Lounger Covers
Chaise Lounger Covers

Instructions for cleaning chaise lounger

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Place the upholstery attachment on the vacuum and vacuum the fabric. Lifting cushions and Vacuum all sides of the pad to remove dirt, dust and pet hair. Mix 1 teaspoon of cleaner with 8 ounces of cold water. Color test fabric by spraying a small amount of cleaner on an inconspicuous spot on the couch to the ground in a corner near the back.

Dab He cleaner with a cloth and let the area dry for 24 hours. Refer to the discoloration occurred to the fabric chaise lounger. Spray a stain with detergent mixture. Use a cloth to dab the stain. A chaise lounger chair can blend well with other furniture in the house. So you can either sit or lie down, daybeds used for everything from a quick power nap for light work.

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