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Clean suede to brush with soft bristles and a vacuum cleaner is recommended after treatment with a cotton wipe with a rag soaked in ammonia. How to display spots: Spots of juice, coffee or egg yolk can be washed from the surface plain water, if done immediately after the contamination. Zalosnivshiesya areas can be treated with a solution of milk and soda (1 teaspoon per cup). But blood and chocolate suede just can not be washed. To do this, use special cleaners for furniture, and dab the stain after cleaning with a damp cloth.

By the way, some mats carry machine washable covers. 3) Chenille is a very strong thick natural fabric, wherein durability and beauty. Source: Hachette Book Group. It is made up of threads and lint, which are on a special machine so intertwined that they become inseparable. Chenille is not so good stretches and sits on the furniture, in addition, it is not formed pellets dislikes us. How to take stains: To remove stains from coffee or chocolate, treat the fabric with mild soap and dry, soaked towel.

If the gum stuck to furniture, to impose its ice to hardened, and then gently scrape with a dull knife, not to cut the fabric. After this process the shenillovuyu upholstery with methyl alcohol and dry after towel. 4) Jacquard tapestry and is thick and tough fabric made of synthetics, cotton, silk and mixtures thereof. To maintain the purity of jacquard used dry brushing or vacuuming. If the contamination is strong, use a damp sponge.

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