Published at Tuesday, 05 June 2018. Sectional Sofa. By Jordan Haman.
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.
When you have a large living room, a sectional can be manipulated to fill up the space much easier than a standard sofa. With a regular couch or sofa, what you see is generally what you get. There is no adjusting the size of the couch visually. With a sectional sofa, you are able to at least visually change the amount of space the sofa uses by moving the pieces into various positions. This gives you completely different appearances in a larger room and gives you more options as far as décor as well.
If you are satisfied that you have remove as much fluid as you can from the stain, you can move on to the next step. Blot the stain form the outside in with some lukewarm water. Only use blotting movements and avoid rubbing the stain, as these vigorous actions will cause damage to the leather. After you have blotted with the lukewarm water, pat the area dry with a clean dry towel and leave to dry naturally. Do not use hair dryers or heaters to dry the area, as this can also cause damage to the leather.
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