You are most likely harming your furniture in ways you may not even realize. Your furniture might be expensive since most is so you should learn what not to do to it. Seven things are listed so you can avoid them. Your furniture will last longer if you take better care of it.
- The salesperson assured you that this fabric could withstand anything. Don’t take it on faith. Do some research. Read the furniture tags and follow care instructions.
- Not all cleaners are created equal—and some may actually ruin your furniture. When applying a cleaning product to a new material, always spot check in a inconspicuous before scrubbing.
- Blinds and window coverings may not completely protect your fabric from fading and discoloration. Make sure you rotate your furniture to ensure all sides are equally exposed to sunlight.
“Blinds and window coverings may not completely protect your fabric from fading and discoloration.”