Leather Sofas Most people automatically gravitate towards a leather sofa when they are concerned about ease of cleaning. Leather sofas are usually easy to clean when it comes to wiping up spills and can be kept looking new by treating the leather with a leather conditioner on a regular basis. While a leather sofa is a good option for those who expect the occasional spill, those with small children or pets may be better off with a washable microfiber sofa fabric, since leather can be easily punctured by claws and playing children, and pets can leave odors on leather sofa fabric. However, if you order your leather sofa through a company that offers replacement leather sofa fabrics, this becomes a non-issue.
Are the arms of the sofa or chair made to standards? I have found that many children's sofas lack in a simple requirement, a firm arm..By this I mean cardboard. It helps give the sofa a much more safer feeling, if you have a children's sofa with the cardboard missing, you can feel the frame inside and the poor padding of the foam. Many children climb and jump on the arms of a chair so the cardboard is there for a purpose. It prevents the wood of the frame to break and acts as a safety net, if the sofas was to split it stops any broken wood to piece through and injure your child. So when you go out and buy a sofa or chair for your child, be sure to have a good feel of it.
To avoid wrinkling of the \"Skirt\" of a couch - lift the skirting and rubber band it loosely against the fabric. (NOTE: very tight rubber band or tape can leave an impression or dent in naugahyde and velvet finishes.)
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