How To Clean And Degrease Upholstered Kitchen Chairs

Have you ever wondered what cleaning tasks you never perform? Cleaning the upholstered chairs in the kitchen falls into this category.

Despite being extremely stylish and comfortable, upholstered chairs have a small disadvantage: they get dirty very quickly. It is precisely for this reason that many people don’t buy such chairs. The good news is that you don’t have to worry about cleaning these chairs, since natural remedies will take care of everything.

🧴 Step 1: Baking soda

Sprinkle baking soda on the upholstery’s surface. You can speed up the powder’s effect by rubbing it gently with your fingers.

As a practical matter, baking soda will not clean the fabric, but will absorb the dirt, making it easier for you to use the next step.

🪑 Step 2: Vinegar and dishwashing detergent

Prepare a solution by mixing equal parts vinegar and water with about two tablespoons of dishwashing detergent. As a degreaser, this mix will dissolve the stains embedded in the fabric.

If you are concerned about the smell of vinegar on your chairs, you should know that it will disappear very quickly. The vinegar smell will go away after 2 hours if you ventilate the room or leave the chair outside. Additionally, the unpleasant smell of upholstery will be wiped away.