How to clean furniture?
Keeping furniture clean not only makes it more attractive, but also significantly extends its lifespan. While cleaning furniture throughout your home can be a daunting task, it shouldn’t be a hassle. In most cases, six months of deep cleaning along with regular dusting and vacuuming will keep your furniture looking great.
vacuum. Regularly vacuuming is the easiest way to keep furniture clean. Try cleaning furniture gaps and crevices between cushions, such as where the armrest of a sofa meets the backrest. Also remove the pads and vacuum from all sides.
The density of microfiber furniture fibers makes it stain-resistant and easy to clean of most dirt and debris. Clean it before vacuuming.
Check the label for guidance.
W means: Use water-based cleaners.
S stands for: Clean with anhydrous products, such as chemical cleaning solvents.
WS indicates that either water-based or water-free cleaners are suitable.
X means: Professional cleaning only, but feel free to vacuum. Keep this in mind when buying furniture.
Prepare a water-based cleaner at home with dish soap. Fill a spray bottle with water, then add two drops of dish soap — a liquid, not a powder. Mix a cup of white vinegar with a few pinch of baking soda to remove odors.
Prepare a turpentine mixture for treating treated wood.
Combine 3/4 cup boiled flaxseed oil and 1/4 cup turpentine in a jar and shake well. Both components are available at hardware stores.
Alternatively, commercial furniture oils can also be used for the same purpose.
Apply the turpentine mixture to the wood. Pour some on the table, then some on the steel wool pillow. Knead the mixture into the cereal. Then polish with a soft cloth. This composition is suitable for both treated and untreated wood. This adds gloss and durability to the finished wood and prevents drying and cracking of untreated wood. Rub the oil well and let the furniture air dry.
Using steel wool may seem harsh, but most wood furniture finishes are thick enough to protect the wood from damage.
Use furniture wax to protect unwaxed furniture. Apply liberally in the direction of the fibers of the gauze. Then polish with a separate cloth.
When cleaning, use a clean cloth.
Acrylic and plexiglass require minimal maintenance, but can easily wipe off small stains and grime from cloths used to clean other furniture. Use a new (or freshly washed) furniture cleaning cloth to avoid scratches.
Put it in the sun to dry. It may take a few days to dry completely, but it’s like completely drying wicker furniture. Wet sticks, grass and bamboo can slowly return to their original (undeformed) shape.
Wicker furniture should always be thoroughly dry, and care should be taken to avoid getting wet during cleaning.  Do not sit on undried reeds.
However, wicker furniture should not be left in the sun all the time. Chairs and tables that are exposed to a lot of sunlight should be turned over year-round to prevent the material from cracking.