Do you like to spend time with family and friends in the garden, do you like to grill or give your favorite dessert and a kafíčko in the shade of a pergola or garden gazebo? Certainly, do not avoid the dirty cloth, the cushion or the cushioning of garden furniture even in a comfortable seating.
Do you like to spend time with family and friends in the garden, do you like to grill or give your favorite dessert and a kafíčko in the shade of a pergola
or garden gazebo
? Certainly, do not avoid the dirty cloth, the cushion or the cushioning of garden furniture
even in a comfortable seating.
How about unwanted stains
During the sitting in the garden, we will not get rid of wine, juice, chocolate or tomato apples. And while we do not have a super powerful chemical cleaner at hand, we should know how to remove unwanted stains with garden sofas, cushions or padding.
To our grandmother's advice, "immediately sprinkle a stain of salt" we all remember and it is true, the salt is well advised when it comes to fast application with a stain of wine. Another alternative may be a mineral water. Pour a larger amount of mineral on the stain, then remove it with paper-colored paper towels. On the dried spots, effective ammonia is dissolved in water. In 2dl dissolve 1 tablespoon of ammonia and gently rub into the stain. Then flush with plenty of water.
Stains of tea is good to drop lemon and sponge spread the stain from the center to the edges, then rinse with warm water after a while.
Let the wax stains dry first, then carefully wax the wax. Place the absorbent paper or cotton cloth on the stained area and gently warm it with an iron. The paper or cotton wraps the remaining wax.
Use salt, lukewarm water for coffee or cocoa stains. Spread the salt with a gentle sponge, then rinse.
In particular stains from blood, ketchup and tomato apples are removed very heavily. These stains should be immediately drenched into cold water and left in the water for a longer period of time. Then we apply the powder to the stain and spoon the sponge, then gently swirling the slurry into the stain, then rinse with water. If the stain resists, we repeat the process and we can add some alcohol or vinegar to the detergent.
It is good to sprinkle greasy stains with a large amount of flour that absorbs fat. Then flush the flour or sip it with lukewarm water with a washing powder, using a sponge, clean the dirty surface.