01 Aug 3 Tips to Making Your Upholstered Antiques Last Longer
An upholstered antique can bring character to any space, but taking care of your upholstery can be tricky. Increase the lifespan of your upholstered antiques by utilizing these three simple tips.
- Flip, rotate, and fluff. A good way to increase the longevity of your reupholstered furniture is to flip, rotate, and fluff removable cushions regularly. Not only will it increase the life of your upholstery, but it will also help ensure even wear.
- Vacuum regularly. Dust and dirt play a key role in wearing down your upholstery. Vacuum with an appropriate upholstery attachment to protect your antique.
- Avoid direct sunlight. Dark and natural fabrics such as cotton are highly susceptible to fading. To minimize fading, avoid placing your upholstered antiques in direct sunlight.
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