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Nothing like lying down to relax on a clean, sanitized couch, right?
But, to do that, you need to learn the best tricks for cleaning your couch and keep it free from bacteria and smells.
Today, you can easily find specialized services to clean couches, but truth be told, we can’t always pay for the service.
So, it is always a good idea to learn how to clean it yourself with homemade recipes that are practical and deliver good results.
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Let’s see how to dry clean couches and upholsteries. Write down the ingredients:
16.9 ounces water;
3.4 ounces neutral, transparent OR coconut liquid soap (avoid the colorful ones);
2.7 ounces rubbing alcohol (doesn’t need to be 70%);
3.4 ounces 40 volume cream hydrogen peroxide;
2 tablespoons baking soda;
To make it, gradually add all ingredients to a bowl. Stir until well mixed.
Wait 10 minutes for the ingredients to react. Then, pour the mixture into a spray bottle.
To use it, dust off the couch, then spray the recipe over it. Wait 5 minutes and remove with a soft, dry cloth.
If there is incrusted dirt, apply the mixture and wait for ten minutes.
Then, use a soft-bristle toothbrush to rub the dirty area. After that, clean with a dry cloth.
Remember: it is important to respect the waiting time for the recipe to act.
Don’t leave the product for longer than suggested, as hydrogen peroxide can stain your upholsteries and couches if left for too long.
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