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Any available reviewers 'out there'?
by KOKODA

Like every writer, I am constantly in search of reviews for my work. Right up front I have to confess that because of time restrictions I cannot always offer a review for a review for other authors. I am hoping that there may be some here who may have the interest and time to review my latest work, YOU CAN RUN.

Here is a link to it for you to check out: http://gregsmith-writer.weebly.com/you-can-run.html

Looking forward to hearing from any interested parties.



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Firstly cleaning professional can do the jobs well. However you would like to work it out yourself you can do it by yourself.
Wine, ink, paint stains are some of the most difficult to remove from fabric or leather upholstery. However, you can successfully get rid of these stubborn stains by following some effective techniques.

You should always remember that it is easier to avoid getting stains on your sofa in the first place than it will be to clean them afterward. So, to maintain a clean and tidy sofa, you should take few simple precautions:

1. Place your wine glasses on coasters while drinking wine.

2. Avoid spilling food while eating or drinking tea, coffee or other beverages in the living room sofas.

3. Keep pet such as dog away from the upholstery (especially when it's eating or drinking).

4. Keep the kids away from your sofa, when they are painting or eating ice cream. Also teach them not to lean against fabric sofas when playing video games.

5. Vacuum clean your sofas regularly to avoid accumulation of dust particles. This will prevent staining caused by dust and dirt. If some stains have already formed on your upholstery, follow these general guidelines to get rid of them:

How to remove wine stains from fabric or leather sofa

Directions:

1. Blot the excess liquid with a clean cloth soaked in small amount of plain water. Don't rub the area as this may spread the stain.

2. Mix 1 tsp of mild liquid hand dishwashing soap with 2 cups lukewarm water. Use a small quantity as too much soap may worsen the stain and give off an unpleasant odor.

3. Dip a clean cloth in this mixture and blot onto the affected area, wash away the wet layer with another clean cloth soaked in plain water. Keep dabbing until you have removed all the wine stain.

4. If the color of your fabric is light, then mix ½ tsp bleach with 2 cups lukewarm water to remove red wine stains from upholstery.

5. Always rinse off this solution with plain water and air dry before using the sofa again.

How to get rid of water stains on leather sofa

1. Mix 1 tsp mild liquid dishwashing soap with 2 cups lukewarm water and use a soft cloth or sponge to gently rub the affected area. Then rinse it off with plain water and air dry to remove black tea stains from fabric sofa.

2. If your fabric is light, then mix ½ tsp bleach with 2 cups lukewarm water. Soak another soft cloth or sponge in this mixture and apply it on the affected area. Keep it for 5 minutes, then wash away with plain water to remove ink stains from upholstery .

How to get rid of coffee stains from fabric sofa

1. Mix 1 tsp of mild liquid dishwashing soap in 2 cups lukewarm water.

2. Dip a sponge in this solution and squeeze to remove excess moisture. Rub the affected area in gentle circular motion, taking care not to scrub it hard for removing coffee stains from fabric sofa .

3. Follow up with another clean sponge dipped in plain water and dab until you get rid of the stain.

4. If you have a water-based dye, then apply hydrogen peroxide on the stained area and let it stand for few minutes before washing it with plain water to get rid of coffee stains from fabric sofa .

5. If your fabric is light colored, then mix ½ tsp bleach in 2 cups lukewarm water and soak a soft cloth in this solution. Apply it on the affected area and keep it for 5 minutes, before washing with plain water to remove coffee stains from fabric sofa .

6. However, if your fabric is dark colored or has an oil-based dye, then make a paste of baking soda and hydrogen peroxide (3%). Rub it on the stained area, using a sponge or soft brush. Let it stand for few minutes and wash it with plain water before using your sofa again.

How to remove paint stains from fabric sofa

1. Mix 1 tsp of mild liquid dishwashing soap in 2 cups lukewarm water.

2. Dip a clean cloth in solution and blot the stained area. Repeat this process until you have removed all paint stains from fabric sofa .

3. If water-based paint is used, then mix hydrogen peroxide (3%) in equal amount of water and apply it on the affected area using a sponge or soft brush. Keep it for few minutes and wash with plain water to remove ink stains from upholstery .

4. If the paint is oil-based, mix baking soda with water to form a thick paste. Apply it on stained area and let it stand for few minutes before washing with plain water to get rid of ink stains from upholstery .


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