How to Clean a Lace Tablecloth

How to Clean a Lace Tablecloth

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How to Clean a Lace Tablecloth

Posted on Jan 23 2013 at 03:44:09 PM in How-To

Lace tablecloths are great addition to the general appearance of a room. They give a specific , stylish, but in the same time really cozy appearance to the area where they are placed on. However, over time lace material starts to loose its shine look. It is likely to get this yellow appearance. In other word, the tablecloth will need a gentle , but effective cleaning to restore its original state.

Being aware of that cleaners in Paddington professionals provide the following directions on how to clean a lace tablecloth:

To start fill the bottom of your bathtub with warm distilled water. You need only enough amount to cover your tablecloth when it is placed flat inside. Add a few drops of non-detergent cleaner into the water. The exact amount you should be using usually is pointed on the cleaner tag.

Lay your lace tablecloth flat on a cotton bed sheets that is one idea larger than your item. Lower these two layers into the water until the bed sheets is flat on the bottom of the bathtub.

Push the tablecloth with your hands in order to ensure it is fully saturated with the solution. Take a natural sponge and work on the lace surface until the entire tablecloth has been cleaned. After that take the bed sheets off the water by its edges. Gather the edges together to form a sling to help lift the tablecloth out of the tub. Drain away as much water as possible while holding the sheet and tablecloth above the bathtub.

Place the sheet and tablecloth combination out on a flat surface with the tablecloth on top. Carefully spread the lace tablecloth out so that there are no wrinkles and the tablecloth retains its original shape. Lay clean towels over the top of the tablecloth and pat the towels to absorb the moisture. Repeat that several times as needed to lift the majority of the excess liquid . Then remove the towels.

As a final step just leave the lace item to dry before storing it in its usual place. In most of the cases this takes a few hours up to a day, depending on the size of the tablecloth as well as the thickness of the lace material.

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Author: lisaheader
Created: Jan 23 2013 at 03:44:09 PM
Updated: Jan 23 2013 at 03:44:09 PM
Category: How-To
Language: English

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