Cleaning fabrics can be tricky at the best of times, especially when your fabric is marked with that lovely “DC-Dry cleaning only” designation. Following are a few tips for cleaning these delicate fabrics.
In the perfect world, we’d all be so coordinated we’d never have to clean furniture ever. But we live in a world of messes. Messes we should know how to clean properly.
It’s fairly easy to understand how to clean fabrics, since fabrics carry cleaning codes set up by the Joint Industry Fabrics Standards Committee. Read on to learn how to clean different types of fabric.
Fabrics are categorized into codes in order to provide information of what they are made of, and what cleaning solution is best used to maintain their shape. The code is usually hidden under the seat or on the platform, or on the tags which are attached to the piece.