If you have lots of upholstered items in your home and you are wondering which is the best method that you can use to keep them clean, you should continue reading this piece of text. Upholstery cleaning can be an easy task to do, especially if you have the right cleaning tools and materials for the job.

Curtain Cleaning Tip

According to many industry professionals, to preserve the good look of your floral curtains for a longer period, you should take care of them regularly. And here are 3 useful curtain cleaning methods to use:

Mattress Cleaning Tip

Removing mildew from mattress is more than difficult task. This bad smelling fungi can cause a lot of problems to your health if you don’t deal with it on time. You cannot use just any mildew remover to clean a mattress because one way or another your skin will come into contact with this cleaner since there is no way to rinse it out from the mattress.

Fortunately, there is more than one safe cleaning solution that can help you to clean mildew from mattress. However, before using any of the described solutions, vacuum your mattress thoroughly and take it outside if possible.

Detergent Solution

Rubbing Alcohol Solution

Suede Upholstery Cleaning Tip

Suede is a delicate fabric requiring lots of care and attention. Many people from all around the world wear suede shoes and clothes, because suede looks good on them. However, all of these people also know how hard is to preserve the good appearance of this fabric.

If you’ve spilled red wine on your suede sofa accidentally and now you are praying for the stain to come out, then stop whining, but start cleaning the spot. According to some of the best professional cleaners the sooner you start cleaning the spot, the better the chance to remove it completely.

The good news here are that for the cleaning of your suede shoes, you do not need to use any toxic detergents, because there are a few household alternatives which are as effective as their commercial versions. And one of these cheap alternatives includes the use of salt … yes I said salt. So, read on to find out how to remove red wine from suede with salt.