Professional Cleaners give you useful recommendations for your chairs treatment.
Before using the cleaning agent on your upholstery chair, first try to dab or soak up the stain with an absorbent paper kitchen towel. Always try the cleaning agent on an inconspicuous area first! Before using special cleaning agents, a kitchen towel is often sufficient to remove stains. Stains in textile upholstery fabrics are easiest to remove immediately after they appear. Be careful with upholstery fabrics made of cotton, linen, silk and viscose and if possible, consult a cleaning company. Dab damp stains with an absorbent cloth or paper. Treat residues with a special upholstery cleaner in the prescribed dilution (see manufacturer’s instructions). Never apply cleaning agents directly to the upholstery fabric. Apply the agent to a white cloth. Use this cloth to pick up the stain from the edge to the center. Then rub off the residue with a damp cloth and rub off with a dry cloth (dry edges). Caution! Rubbing can change the surface of the upholstery fabric. Make sure that the upholstered furniture is dried immediately and use it only after it is completely dry. After performing cleaning, you must thoroughly wash out the residues of the cleaning agent, otherwise the fabric will become soiled again more quickly. Some stain removal tips
Beer, cola, lemonade, coffee, tea, fruit juice, spirits:
Immediately blot or soak up liquids with a kitchen towel and clean the area with a lukewarm solution of shampoo and water.