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Constant wear and tear, acquiring stains, dirt and bolts will make your couches and sofas lose sheen and appeal. As they need to regularly clean up, the use of chemical cleansers may not only affect the health of your couch, it also affects the health of our ecosystem.

So why not try out some easy and environment-friendly methods that may, in fact, make your clean look better than bleach and other chemicals. 

Eco-Friendly Couch and Upholstery Cleaning

Some of The Eco-Friendly Products You Can Use to Clean your Couch and Upholstery in Brisbane:

  • Use Baking Soda and Vinegar Mixture – Baking powder or Sodium Bicarbonate can be one of the most natural products for stain, blot and dirt removal from your favourite couches. Mix a teaspoon of baking soda in warm water and shake it well. You can also add some vinegar to make the solution more effective.
    Rub it well on the places of your couch which have acquired stains. You will see the stains and blots gradually loosening and eventually getting away. Even poor smell as a result of stains and dirt which the couch has acquired will go by this method. Your couch will appear new and fresh and you will love relaxing on it again.
  • Eco-Friendly Vegetable Soaps – These soaps can be another great alternative to the chemical methods like ammonia or harsh detergent powders to clean your favourite couch. The eco-friendly soaps are non-toxic and biodegradable in nature. They will protect the health of your couch as well as not be harsh on the environment.
    These soaps come in various pleasant fragrances like almond, fruit scents, etc. These liquid soaps can be scrubbed on a clean cloth and then used to get the dirt away from your couch. Indeed they are eco-friendly but work effectively in restoring the shine of your couch and upholstery. 
  • Use Lemon or Oils for Polishing and Cleaning – Lemon is an effective home ingredient for both cleaning and polishing your home sofa or couch. Just add a few drops of lemon to half a cup of water. Use a clean cloth to apply the mixture on the couch wood. You will notice the stains go in quick time and the wood appears polished and shiny. 

Some olive or jojoba or baby oil can also be mixed with the lemon water. It will further enhance the shine and get rid of small scratches on the couch wood. In some cases, the oil itself is enough without lemon or vinegar. Let the oil set on the sofa wood for 5 to 7 minutes and see the difference in your couch lustre.

These are some of the easiest and efficient eco-friendly methods we have for you to Couch Cleaning in Brisbane at the convenience of your home.

We hope that you will switch over to these cleaning remedies not only to protect your couch for the harmful effect of chemical products but the planet Earth. For more information, contact Peters Cleaning Services today.