Published at Tuesday, 05 June 2018. Sectional Sofa. By Jordan Haman.
Sectional sofas are usually considered family furniture, for use in the den or great room, because of their typically casual look. But they can be formal as well, moving easily into the living room or parlor. They can bring sophistication to a business lobby. A leather sectional sofa is particularly suited to a more formal or business style, but it can be fun, too, and a durable addition to family areas. The best thing about a sectional sofa is probably the spontaneity it offers in room arrangement.
In the case of an accidental spill onto your leather sectional sofa, you need to act immediately. First of all you need to remove any excess fluid by blotting the area as soon as possible. It is very important that you do this correctly. Use a super-absorbent clean cloth and blot the area with soft pressure. If you don't have any super-absorbent cloth nearby, you can fill one of your soft and thick socks with one to two cups of salt; close it with an elastic band ensuring all the salt stays in place. The reason you use salt is because it will draw excess fluid form the stain. It is very important to remove as much fluid as possible thus lessening the risk of a permanent staining.
Daily care of your leather sectional sofa is not really necessary, but you do want to clean it once in a while. All you need to do is to remove dust and dirt form your leather sofa using a soft brush vacuum attachment or a soft duster. After you have removed all dust and dirt form your leather sofa you can polish it with a specialized cream cleaner. If there is dirt particles present when you polish, you will end up scratching the surface of the leather, doing more damage than good.
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