Attention!: there is no fabric or removable cover that can be washed!
It is forbidden to washing in automatic washing machines and cars.
It is forbidden to dry using a vacuum cleaner, hair dryer, etc.
The removal of dirt.
The methods below will help remove dirt from the fabric:
knocking out (this method is suitable for homespun-coarse fabrics)
use a brush to clean individual fibers (avoid using brushes with hard fibers, as they can tear the lint from the fabric) vacuum cleaning-vacuum cleaner (you should use suitable equipment for vacuum cleaning); vacuum cleaner should not be used too often, as this negatively affects the quality of the fabric, i.e. the stability of the pile decreases, the pile falls out, the filler comes out through the upholstery, etc.
Water use should be restricted. Excessive moisture can cause the stain to spread and leave streaks on the fabric. Therefore, professional cleaning services are the best solution.
Quick actions are the best protection against unavoidable contamination:
Liquids should be immediately removed from the surface to prevent spreading and penetration of the fabric and lint base. Solid materials (such as candle wax) must be crushed, cleaned with a vacuum cleaner to remove the substance as quickly as possible, before the coloring agents begin to act to avoid the spread of stains, stain removal formulations should be used in small quantities and applied in the direction from the borders of the stain to the center, so as not to disturb the surface structure, the agent should be applied without rubbing into the fabric pour a small amount of stain removal agent on a rag, never apply the stain removal agent directly to the surface of the fabric close the wooden elements, close to the spot never use different spot removers at the same time.
Stains Cleaning agents
Dry candle wax should be crushed, scraped and collected with a vacuum cleaner. Cover the remaining stain with blotting paper and iron. Apply trichloroethane to the fabric and dry the excess liquid.
Cover the chewing gum with ice cubes (in a plastic bag) and scrape off with a blunt object. Apply methyl alcohol to the can and Pat dry.
Wash the wet cloth with mild soap and dry the excess moisture.
Wash a wet cloth with mild soap and dry off excess moisture. Then apply the vinegar solution (2 tablespoons of white vinegar to 1 liter of water). Dry excess moisture, rinse with clean water and dry.
Remove the stain with cold water
Clean off the dried stain and wash it with warm water and mild soap. Dry excess moisture.
Apply a solution of a mixture of ammonia and vinegar and dry.
Wash with acetone and dry. Rinse with clean water and dry.
Apply a solution of mild soap with vinegar and dry. Rinse with clean water and dry again.
Blot the liquid immediately. Then sprinkle the wet spot with salt. After the salt has absorbed the wine and the stain has dried, clean or vacuum.
Rinse with lukewarm water and dry
Rinse with a solution of 3/4 of methyl alcohol and 1/4 of water and dry. Rinse again with a soft soap and water solution and dry.
the liquid should be removed from the surface using a cloth
the liquid should be soaked, but not rubbed
until the fabric is completely dry, any impact on the moistened area should be avoided.
To remove stains, use products (shampoos) for cleaning upholstered furniture of domestic or imported production in accordance with the instructions for use. Use of foamy cleaning products is recommended. Fat and ink stains should also be removed with specialized furniture shampoos.