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Our couches and furniture bear a lot of wear and tear. They absorb a lot of dirt, dust, and allergens. The dirty couches are very unhygienic and unhealthy for your family. They can affect your surroundings adversely. So, the mould can cause skin diseases and rashes. It can also cause a sore throat and a bad musty odour in your house. That bad musty odour affects your working and living environment and you cannot concentrate on your work. 

Couch Mould Restoration

If moulds are not restored from couches and furniture they can cause various diseases which can harm you financially and emotionally. It is better to take quick action for couch mould restoration than to delay it. So, you can take help from Brisbane Couch Cleaning Experts in various ways.

1. Vinegar and baking soda:

You can easily restore your couches from moulds by using baking soda and vinegar. Baking soda is an anti-cleansing agent that removes moulds easily. Whereas vinegar is acidic that changes the PH level of the surface, killing and removing moulds easily. You can easily get rid of moulds by appropriately using baking soda and vinegar.

Take 4 spoons of baking soda and mix it with half a cup of vinegar. Apply the solution to the moulds with the help of a brush and gently rub it on the surface. So, leave it for 10 to 15 minutes and clean the moulds with a wet towel.

2. Baking soda and lemon juice:

Lemon juice has high citric acid and low PH value that cause no damage to the fabric of couches. It has good antibacterial properties. Baking soda removes moulds. It also has anti-cleaning and anti-bacterial properties that kill moulds.

Take 2 spoons of baking soda and 5 to 6 spoons of lemon juice. Mix it well, rub it with the help of a brush and leave it for 15 minutes. So, clean it with a wet towel after drying.

3. Bleaching powder:

Bleaching powder helps in couch mould restoration from moulds and sanitise and removes odours from couches and furniture. It cleans moulds, germs and bacteria and also improves the appearance of the fabric. 

Take 3 spoons of bleaching powder and mix it in half a cup of water. Make the solution concentrated. Mix one spoon of baking soda in the solution. Apply the mixture to the moulds and rub it with the help of a brush.

Leave the mixture for 20 minutes and clean it with a wet towel after drying. You can also keep your couches in the sunlight for 2 hours as it will remove odour from your couches.

4. Alcohol:

You can remove moulds by rubbing alcohol on the moulds. The alcohol easily enters the cellular membrane of moulds and destroys the cells of moulds.

You can dip a damp cloth in alcohol and then apply it to moulds. You can also spray alcohol on the couches then sprinkle some baking soda and brush the fabric. So, this method of couch mould restoration will restore your couches effectively from moulds. 

Conclusion: 

You can restore your couches from moulds by using the above methods. So, it is important to get rid of couch moulds as soon as possible to protect yourself and your family from diseases. Maintain your couch with the best cleaning tips today!