Cleaning the upholstery is important part of the end of tenancy cleaning chores that the tenants preform before moving out. After all the upholstery gets easily stained and there are always accidents that couldn't be avoided which leave marks and spots on the upholstered furniture. Luckily there are ways to remove the stains and spots, and return the upholstery to its original look and state.
There are a lot of commercial products as well as homemade cleaning remedies that can help you remove any stains and spots. But before you commence cleaning the stains and spots vacuum the upholstery. Vacuum every all surfaces. Remove the loose cushions and dust them off.
The first step in dealing with stains and spots is by finding out what was the source of the stain. Try to determine if the stain is ketchup stain, coffee stain, pet urine stain and so on. The best tool at your disposal for that job is your nose. Sniffing the stain can tell what it is.
Usually cleaning the stain while it's still fresh is recommended but it's not always possible. But there are cleaning solutions that will remove the stains no matter if they are fresh or not. End of tenancy cleaning Balham experts sometimes use white shaving foam to clean the upholstery from any stains. It's especially useful against stains with unknown origin. Use a little cream on a damped white cloth and treat all kind of spots. After the spot is removed, dab with second cloth and clean water.
Another useful cleaning solution, and one that could be created by you is made from nothing more than 2 teaspoons of dish washing detergent and half cup of clean water. The mixture should be foamy. Apply the cleaning solution with damp cloth on the stain. When you've removed the stain, dab the soap and foam with a second cloth and clean water.
These remedies should remove any stains fresh or not according to Balham cleaners. So you can use them for the end of tenancy cleaning chores. Of course, you can use them in other cases, too. And their effectiveness should be confirmed by the fact that even professional cleaners are sometimes resort to them.