Ensure your indoor and outdoor furniture stays in beautiful condition for as long as possible. Proper cleaning methods, stain removal, and repairing both upholstery and scratches are essential to maintaining the furniture for years to come.
How to Clean Leather Furniture
Posted by Nicole La Capria on April 16, 2014
Leather furniture is durable, long-lasting, luxurious and
comfortable. It is also expensive, so you'll want to ensure it stays in
beautiful condition for as long as possible. Proper cleaning methods and stain
removal are essential to keep your leather furniture looking like...
How to Clean Wood Floors
Posted by Ana M. Ferrer on April 16, 2014
Wood floors are a beautiful choice for your home. No matter what style of wood flooring you choose, chances are it will add value and make your home feel warmer. As an added bonus, it will help cut down on indoor allergens. Depending on what type of wood flooring you choose and...
How to Repair Upholstery
Posted by Ana M. Ferrer on April 18, 2014
Finding a rip or tear on your favorite chair doesn"t mean you have to leave it at the curb
the next morning. You can repair upholstery on your furniture yourself without having to bring
it to a professional-which can leave you with an empty wallet and without a
Outdoor Furniture Maintenance Tips
Posted by Jenna Farmer on April 30, 2014
Unless you take your patio furniture inside each night, there's no avoiding the eventual deterioration of the furniture and its fabric - being exposed to the elements certainly speeds up the aging process. Get tips on how to keep up with your tables, chairs and cushions so they...
How to Clean and Maintain Wood Furniture
Posted by Nicole La Capria on May 2, 2014
Wood furniture is beautiful, but can become
easily scratched, soiled, chipped, or smudged. The best way to keeping your
furniture lustrous, spotless and shining depends on the type of wood and finish . Always make sure to use the appropriate
products for your piece, and...
How to Repair Leather Furniture
Posted by Nicole La Capria on May 23, 2014
Leather furniture is luxurious, comfortable, and expensive. Unfortunately, life is full of accidents and even your valuable leather sofa is not immune to your cat's claws or an accidental scuff from a high heel. Get tips and easy DIY-methods for repairing your lovely leather...
How to Repair Wood Furniture
Posted by Ana M. Ferrer on September 23, 2014
Wood furniture is a beautiful investment to have in your home, but over time, it can become nicked, scratched and damaged. Instead of replacing your precious wood furniture, you can learn how to repair it. You should be able to make scratches less noticeable and dings a thing of...
How to Maintain and Protect Antique Furniture
Posted by Ana M. Ferrer on October 31, 2014
Antique furniture can be an investment in your home, it not only adds style but the individual pieces can be valuable on their own. Taking proper care of your antique furniture is crucial for those items to maintain their value. Read on for tips on how to care for your beloved...
How to Polish Wooden Furniture
Posted by Ana M. Ferrer on November 3, 2014
Keeping your furniture in top shape is important to retain its value. Learning how to care for your wood furniture properly includes cleaning and polishing--keep these tips in mind when you need to bring your wood furniture back to life. Cleaning your wood furniture Experts...
How to Clean Microfiber
Posted by Cassandra Rose on January 14, 2015
Microfiber is a synthetic fiber commonly used to make a number of commercial products, including furniture upholstery. While aesthetically similar to suede, microfiber is a much more affordable option for consumers. Unfortunately, it is also incredibly difficult to clean if you...
How to Remove Scratches from Furniture
Posted by Ana M. Ferrer on January 22, 2015
Scratches in your furniture is an eye sore, and sometimes they're unavoidable. Puppies, kittens and other pets have been known to use table legs as chew toys, leaving your dining room chairs a mess. Use these tips to help get rid of unsightly scratches in any type of furniture...