How to clean a couch without a steam cleaner or vacuum?

How to clean a couch without a steam cleaner or vacuum?

Today you will learn: How to clean a couch without a steam cleaner or vacuum. Sofas or couches are manufactured in different forms and materials. There are the fabric sofas and upholstered sofas, these sofas when exposed to different forms of dirt such as dust from outdoors, or even the kids may stain them with different solutions such as milk tea, coffee or even mud from the pets feet.

Therefore they require to be cleaned, to prevent permanent damage of the furniture since most people buy these sofas expensively, they need them to stay longer, while using them.

Some people do deep cleaning methods like being used on a carpet to remove the dust surface debris on the sofas, doing this regularly it is not good because it may damage the fabric sofas.

Before doing any cleaning on the sofas, make sure that the manufacturer’s instructions must be put into place to prevent any damage of the sofas. Make sure that the furniture to be cleaned thoroughly it should done during the sunny day such that they can dry.

How to clean a couch without a steam cleaner or vacuum?

These are the steps to clean furniture without a vacuum cleaner.

Requirements

  • Microfiber cloth
  • Baking soda
  • Shampoo
  • Water
  • Air circulation
  • The stuff and soft brush

 

Steps

  1. Dusting

The sofas should be dusted, using the microfiber cloths to remove any dust particles from the surface of the furniture, and the edges of it too; this allows deep cleaning of the surface making it easier for the rest of the cleaning with a short period of time.

 

  1. Mixing the solutions

The warm water is mixed with shampoo, some baking soda, in order to remove the stains in case they are there during the cleaning process.

 

  1. Dipping the Brush in solution

Dip the scrubbing brush in solution, and scrub the sofa with the solution, the scrubbing should be gentle such that the fabric does not cause permanent damages on the furniture.

 

  1. Apply Baking Soda

The baking soda is applied on the sofa on the areas that have been stained, it is left for about 20 minutes such that it absorbs any dirt or stains that may be caused by the pets or children while playing, and also baking soda is a natural deodorizer.

 

  1. Use a cloth

Dip the cloth in the water and wipe off the baking soda from the sofa, take the warm the warm water, mixed with the baking soda and cleaning solution, then dip the cloth in the solution and gain wipe the sofas.

 

  1. Drying

Put on the fans and let the sofas have enough air so that they can easily dry before reusing them, you can allow them to dry for about 4 to 6 hours, if it does not dry well, it may easily get stained with the dirt that children or pets may cause while playing or even because smelling of the sofas.

Some people don’t use vacuum cleaners to clean sofas because;

Regular cleaning of sofas using the vacuums may damage the sofas. The baking soda is cheap so it’s commonly used to remove stains from sofas, but when the vacuum is used, the electric motor of the vacuum may be destroyed.

Vacuum cleaners are expensive to buy for cleaning your sofas. In such a case one may prefer using the simple and available cleaning requirements.

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