Make your furniture look like new again with these simple hacks!

In this post, you will learn how to remove ink stains, clean a microfiber couch, hide scratches as well as a smart way to recondition your old leather sofa.

Keep reading to learn how you can make your furniture sparkle and shine!


Couch Cleaning Tips and Tricks

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1. Soak ink stains with hydrogen peroxide. 

Soak couch stains with hydrogen peroxide before attempting to clean it. This will prevent the stain from spreading.

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Soaking ink stains with hydrogen peroxide will prevent the stain from leaking and spreading during the removal process. Next, you will blot with rubbing alcohol to remove stain.

2. Use rubbing alcohol to clean your sofa.

Clean stains from your microfiber couch with this simple hack.

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Rubbing alcohol is a great cleaner for microfiber couches. Lightly mist your furniture with it. Then scrub away dirt and grime with a soft brush or sponge.

3. Use shoe polish to hide scratches in leather furniture.

YOU WONT BELIEVE WHAT SHE USED TO GET RID OF SCRATCHES ON HER LEATHER SOFA!

via Lovely Crafty Home

Shoe polish is an inexpensive fix for hiding scratches left by pets. It will work very well to minimize the appearance of scratches and making your furniture look like new again.

4.Use olive oil to recondition dry and cracked leather furniture. 

YOU WONT BELIEVE HOW SHE MADE HER SOFA LOOK LIKE NEW AGAIN!

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Olive oil is a simple remedy that you can use to recondition dry, scratched leather furniture. Rub the olive oil into the cushion and allow to sit for 1 hr then wipe clean.

5. Use fabric to hide irreparable damage to your furniture. 

THIS IS SO SMART! I WISH I KNEW THESE HACKS A LOT SOONER!

via Amazing Interior Design

Use complimentary fabric to hide damage such as holes, tears and scratches from your couches. In this pic, a lace dolly was used.

6. You can always paint your couch if all else fails. 

Transform an old couch by painting it!

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If all else fails, you can always paint your couch with a wood stain. This will definitely breath new life into an old sofa.

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