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Micro suede couch cleansing solution

Micro suede couch cleaningSoft and cosy, elegant and so universal to be matched with different interior styles, the micro suede couch usually positions as a main accent at home. Of course, it conquers the living room, but even by placing it in the corner of the bedroom or in your personal cook-and-relax spot in the kitchen, the suede sofa will bring you the same dose of comfortableness and pleasure. See our suggestion for maintenance method and use it to cleanse the micro suede couch:

 Before using our cleansing solution, read the manufacturer’s instructions. There might be a specification for your own micro suede couch treatment. Make sure you consider it and you will not ruin your furniture.

Go to the store and see if there are any special offers or promotions of micro suede dry solvents. Usually, these products are quite expensive, so do not hope too much. Continue reading

How to clean gold

How to clean goldMaintaining your golden jewelry clean is extremely simple. Although gold does not darken like other metals, it may collect dust and lose its luster. Don’t delay sanitising it anymore, take advantage of the following tips:

Mix soap and water – believe it or not, it’s possible to clear the gold with soap and water (only!). This method is quite successful for jewels that are smooth and without any inlays. Prepare a small bowl of warm (but not hot) water and put a little of dishwashing cleanser. Place the jewelry in the solution for 20 minutes. Then rinse and take a dry cotton cloth to dry the jewel.  That ‘trick’ will help you clear all ‘traces’ of daily wear (cosmetics, etc.);

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How to remove ink from clothes

How to remove ink stainsNobody likes spots on the clothes – that is for sure. But sometimes, no matter how much you are careful, spills just happen. Some of the most common ones are caused by ink.

We have selected several effective methods for removing them, take a look:

Cleaning ink spots on white cotton and linen fabrics – fresh stains from almost all types of inks (on any kind of white cotton or linen fabrics) could be removed with a solution of 125g bleach and 10l water. After that, rinse the clothes with some water, mixed with vinegar and then with pure water;

Cleaning ink stains on coloured fabrics – spots could be cleaned with a mixture of 20 g 95% pure alcohol, 20g ammonia solution (10%) and 20 ml distilled water.  Remember – first of all you need to check whether the dye would not be affected by the action of ammonia; Continue reading