If you want to clean your upholstery but there are a lot of water stains, you probably don’t know how to deal with them. You may even think it’s impossible water to leave stains on the surface, but it does. That’s why here we give you some techniques on how to clean water stains from upholstery in no time, so it can keep its good looking longer.
First of all, when it comes to upholstery cleaning and removing water stains, you need to take a clean damp cloth and dampen the stained area with it. Then, place a few towels on the dampened stain area and let them sit there with something heavy on them. Take a hair dryer and set it to its coolest setting. Then point it over these paper towels and after a few minutes the moisture will transfer from the upholstery surface to the paper towels.
The next method for removing water stains from upholstery is with the help of an iron. Take an iron and set it to steam setting, then point it to the stained area and make one steam over it. Let the stained area to dry on air and if there is still a remaining water stain, repeat the method. If you prefer to use this method, make sure there is no water in the iron or it doesn’t spray water onto the upholstery surface, because it won’t clean the stain, but will make even more water stains.
The green upholstery cleaning method for removing water stains is based on using vinegar. Fill a spray bottle with it and spray the stained area with it. Let it sit for a few minutes and if you see there is still a water stain, spray another portion of vinegar on it. When the stain is removed, wipe the upholstery area with a paper towel.
Last but not least is the method in which you need to use ammonia as a water stains remover. Prepare a mixture of 1 cup of ammonia and a half gallon of warm water and fill it in a spray bottle, them spray from it directly on the stained area. Let the area to dry on air and if there is a remaining stain, repeat the procedure.