Steps To Clean Couch Or Sofa With Vinegar
In order to clean couch or sofa using vinegar follow the below mentioned steps one by one:
- Vacuum your couch to get rid of all the dirt and debris. Before starting to vacuum make sure to remove the couch cushions if possible and vacuum all cracks and crevices. Food or debris sitting in the crevices may have caused the foul odor, which needs to get rid of urgently.
- Using paper towels try to blot wet stains if there is any in order to absorb the liquid. Make sure to avoid rubbing the wet stains because doing so can spread the stain.
- Fill a spray bottle half way with white distilled vinegar. Pour cool water into the bottle to fill it.
- You can use light mists in order to spray the entire couch. After that allow the surface to air dry. Repeat spraying the furniture with the vinegar until you remove the odor.
- Dampen a sponge with the white vinegar and blot it over any stains that are emitting an odor on the couch. Allow the area to dry and repeat until you remove the odor completely.
Steps To Clean Couch Or Sofa With Baking Soda
Follow the below given steps in order to clean your couch or sofa using baking soda:
- Vacuum: Light cleaning your couch or sofa with vacuum cleaner. Vacuum across the cushions to get up any dust and dead skin cells. Also, lift your cushions to vacuum the debris and dust underneath them.
- Baking Soda: Sprinkle on baking soda to deal with odors before pulling the cushions off the couch. Put baking soda in a salt shaker and sprinkle it on the entire couch, including the cushions. Leave the baking soda on for 1 and 2 hours then vacuum it up.
- If the couch smells particularly bad, leave the baking soda on overnight. You can also try repeating the process a few times.
- You can also make a baking soda spray. Take a small spray bottle, about two cups (470 mL) or so. Add warm water, 2-3 spoonfuls of baking soda, and a few drops of scented oil. The exact measurements don't matter. Sprits it over the couch in order to help freshen the fabric.