Furniture. Wednesday , November 01st , 2017 - 01:15:29 AM
Generally speaking, leather furniture doesn't need a lot of attention. A simple maintenance procedure is to wipe the piece down with a lightly dampened cloth at the same frequency you dust the wood furniture in your home. Then, periodically (every 3 - 4 months) apply a quality leather conditioner to instill moisture into the leather. Regularly conditioning your leather will prolong the life of the piece. If you feel the need to "clean" your leather furniture, be sure to use a pH-balanced cleaner appropriate for your type of leather. If you have questions, contact a leather professional.
Tip #8: A white leather sofa looks really attractive however, the drawback of white color is that it can get stained very easily and you have to work really hard to keep it clean. Even a slight spot of dirt looks quite prominent on it. A paste made of equal quantities of lime juice and tartar is an excellent choice for sofa cleaning. Apply a thick layer of the paste on the stain and keep it untouched for 10 minutes. After that, wipe it off with a damp sponge and you will find that the stains are gone.
Counter height tables are the perfect match for eat-in kitchens, where they can easily serve as an extension of the kitchen counter-top to provide some additional preparation space. What's more, the height of the chairs makes it easier for people sitting on them, to have a conversation with the people standing in the kitchen.
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