Water stains sometimes ruin wood furniture, but they are able to attack upholstered pieces, too. The gray or black stains mar your seat’s attractiveness by making it seem dirty and old. Many cleaning products have no impact on water marks, and a few might even produce the upholstery look worse. You don’t have to have the seat professionally cleaned to erase the stains; rather, use a few inexpensive household materials to produce the upholstery look almost new.
Vacuum the chair’s cushions to remove crumbs, any dust or other debris. Use the upholstery brush or some similar attachment of the vacuum cleaner to prevent damaging fabric.
Dampen a cloth with cool water, then dab the stained area of the seat with it.
Fold a paper towels to some pile approximately 1/8 inch thick. Set the pile on top of this stained upholstery, then place something heavy on top of it such as a thick book or vase.
Decide on a hair drier on the”cool” setting, then direct the atmosphere at the stained upholstery. Alternately, point a fan. The power of the atmosphere helps the moisture is absorbed by the paper towels. Remove the paper towels and check for any remaining stains. The marks don’t fade.
If any stay mist the stains with rubbing alcohol. When it dries the odor of the alcohol fades.
Scrub the alcohol to the stains from various angles using a nail or potato brush. The water lines ought to fade as you scrub. Run your hands over the upholstery then look for stains. Repeat this procedure until the stains are gone.
Wipe the cushion with baby wipes to remove dirt and any remaining water marks. Dry the pillow using fan or a hair dryer.