As a Couch Master, it’s important to be aware of what not to put on the couch. While couches are great for relaxing, there are certain items that can cause damage, stains, and other issues. In this blog post, we’ll go over what should not be put on the couch in order to keep it looking good and lasting a long time.
Remove everything from the couch
Don’t forget to remove everything off the couch before you start cleaning. Take off all pillows, blankets, books, magazines, and any other items that may be on the couch. You don’t want to accidentally damage any of these items while cleaning or miss a spot because of them. Take everything outside and give it a good shake and beat if needed. This will help get rid of any dust and dirt that has settled on them.
Check for stains and spots
Before you put anything back on the couch, you must check for stains and spots. Take a few minutes to look over the entire surface of the couch and note any areas that need to be treated or cleaned. If you’re not sure what kind of stain you’re dealing with, turn to the Couch Master—your go-to source for any and all couch care questions. The Couch Master has tons of helpful information on how to remove stains and spots from your upholstery. With the right knowledge, you can be sure your couch will remain looking like new for years to come!
Vacuum the couch
Vacuuming the couch is a great way to remove dirt and debris from the fabric. It also helps to keep the fibers of the fabric in good condition. To vacuum your couch:
- Start by removing any cushions or blankets that are on it.
- Vacuum around the edges of the couch, getting into crevices that a regular vacuum cleaner may miss.
- Take your time and make sure you get all the dirt and dust out.
- Once you’re done vacuuming, inspect the couch for any remaining dirt or debris and vacuum those spots as well.
- When you’re done, put the cushions or blankets back on the couch, and enjoy your clean furniture!
Wipe down the couch with a damp cloth
When wiping down your couch with a damp cloth, make sure to use a light colored cloth so you can easily see if the dirt is coming off. Start at the top of the couch and work your way down, making sure to get in between the creases. If you have any tough stains or spots, try dabbing a bit of water and soap onto the affected area with a cloth and then gently rubbing until the stain lifts. Make sure to rinse the cloth out often and wring it out completely, so it doesn’t drip on the couch. Once you’ve wiped down the entire couch, dry it off with a clean, dry cloth.
It is important to take good care of your couch to ensure its longevity. With a little bit of maintenance, you can become the Couch Master of your own home! By following the steps outlined above, you can be sure to protect your couch from stains, spots, and dirt.