Gilmat. Interior. November 03rd , 2017.
An upholstered bed looks and feels so comfortable. This bed is also giving elegant touch to our bedroom. But, to keep its elegance stays in our bedroom we need to maintain it properly. Maintaining upholstered bed and other upholstered furniture is not so difficult. Before we start sharing our guides to help you maintain your upholstered bed, you need to find the right bed with the right fabric first. Choose fabric upholstered bed that is able to extend your bed’s life and looks appropriate for the lifestyle of bedroom owner.
When choosing the fabric of upholstered bed, consider synthetic fibers. Synthetic fibers upholstery is especially great for a bed that will be used oftentimes. If you love staying on your bed and do anything on it, pick a bed that’s upholstered by synthetic fabrics. But if you live with your pets and your pets are allowed to access your bedroom freely, pick a bed that’s upholstered with special fabrics that don’t have too many textures or loose weaves.
Proper Maintenance to Keep the Elegance of Your Upholstered Bed Frame
Now, since you have purchased the upholstered bed that has the right fabric, you need to pay attention to the proper maintenance so that your upholstered bed will last longer. First guide to maintain your upholstered bed is treating the bed with water and/or soil repellents. If the factory of your upholstered bed already treated your bed with the repellents, you don’t have to treat it with the same repellents but you may want to treat your new bed with mildew inhibitors.
Those repellents will help you maintain and care your upholstered bed by preventing your bed upholstery fibers from absorbing any spill. Even though those repellents prevent your upholstered bed from absorbing the spills, you need to clean up any stains or spills as quickly as possible. Your upholstered bed comes with the manuals or instructions from the maker; follow the instructions to maintain your upholstered bed properly.
It is also important to vacuum your bed routinely. At least, you need to vacuum the upholstered bed once a week since this will help you cleaning your bed and removing the surface soil properly. Vacuuming your upholstered bed will also keep your bed fibers away from dirt. If you can’t vacuum the bed, you can just brush it gently to whisk away the dirt. But, you need to use the right brush with soft bristle to avoid snagging your bed’s fabric.
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