Spot cleaning with Soak.Posted: 01/04/2012 Filed under: Soak Worthy People, SWProducts, SWsoak, Uses for Soak | Tags: chairs, cleaning, soak, stain removal, upholstery 1 Comment
Tonight I’m spot cleaning my dining room chairs, with Soak. I’ve got my favorite bottle of Aquae, a wash cloth and a bowl with Soak diluted in warm water. I’ve got a few stains. They’ll soon be gone. Some patience, elbow grease and Soak ensures my chairs are clean and smell great.
Directions: Dilute a cap full of Soak in a mixing bowl with warm water. Dip the cloth in water. Clean the material with quick firm circles removing dirt from the surface. Try not to over saturate wih water Allow the cushion to dry for at least 24 hours before reassembling chair.
I also keep a bowl of clean water handy to wash the cloth, and to ensure I’m not using too much Soak and to make sure I’m not simply spreading the stain around. It’s not fancy, but it is simple, environmentally friendly and it works!
Happy Sunday cleaning!
Reblogged this on CrochEt Cetera by Connie Lee and commented:
This also works great with purses!!