How To Clean And Degrease Upholstered Kitchen Seats

Do you know the cleaning tasks you would never do? Well, this category includes the cleaning of the upholstered seats in the kitchen.

Upholstered chairs are extremely stylish and comfortable, but have a small disadvantage: they get dirty quickly. This is precisely why many don’t buy such chairs. However, you must know that it’s not so difficult to clean these chairs, and that’s because natural remedies do the entire work.

Baking soda
The mixture of water and baking soda is excellent for cleaning upholstered seats. You can also sprinkle a small amount of baking soda on the surface of the upholstery. With your fingers, rub the dust gently to speed up its effect. Practically, baking soda won’t clean the fabric, but it will absorb the dirt, helping you a lot to use the next remedy to clean upholstered chairs.

Vinegar and dishwashing detergent
In a bowl, mix half a cup of vinegar and half a cup of water with 1-2 tablespoons of dishwashing detergent. With a degreasing action, the detergent will dissolve the mud impregnated into the fabric. If you think that your chairs will have a strong smell of vinegar, you must know that it will disappear very quickly. Just ventilate the room, or keep the chair outside for 2 hours, and the vinegar smell will vanish. Even more, it will annihilate the unpleasant smell of upholstery.

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