If you have a fabric sofa, then you know how hard it is to keep them clean. They get dirty and stained easily and sometimes it’s very difficult to remove stains from fabric sofas. Here is a simple method which will help you remove water stains from fabric sofas.
Put some talcum power on the stains.
If you have a water stain on the fabric of your sofa, the first thing you'll want to do is remove it as soon as possible. You don't want it to set into the fibers and cause permanent damage. Fortunately, there are many ways to tackle these kinds of stains. You can try some tricks that work for other kinds of fabrics like baking soda or soap suds (which may not even work), but talcum powder might be a better option. It's easily available, cheap and non-toxic and it works great!
Talc is made from ground-up rock minerals like magnesium sulfate hexahydrate but don't worry about breathing in those particles! It's safe because most people won't inhale enough dust from using talc on a stain to make them sick (if you're concerned about this, read more about how much exposure is safe here). Plus, talc is made up mostly of water itself so will absorb excess liquid quickly and help prevent further staining in areas where there isn't any visible damage yet."
Rub the stains with a soft brush (a tooth brush will do).
Use a soft brush
You can use any soft-bristled brush for this, but a toothbrush is an ideal choice. It’s important to use a soft brush so that you don't damage the material or cause more stains by brushing too hard.
Don't rub too hard
It’s best not to rub the stain with a brush because this will just make matters worse by spreading it further and making it harder to remove later on. Instead of rubbing, try dabbing at the stain gently until it starts coming up then keep going until all of that section has been removed!
Leave it overnight.
Once you've soaked the fabric with water, leave it to dry overnight. In the morning, soak the stain with a little more water and rub at it again with your brush. Leave again for another night before wiping away any residual stains that are left behind by using a damp cloth or sponge.
In the morning, wipe it and see if stain is gone or lessened.
Take a look at your sofa in the morning, and see if there's a difference. If the stain is still there, repeat this process until you don't see any more water stains.
If that doesn't work for you, try another method:
Apply a commercial cleaner to the stain. You can get cleaner from any hardware store or supermarket in your area; just make sure it will remove water stains from fabric. Then apply as directed by the manufacturer to clean off all of the stains on your sofa sofas.
If stain still there, repeat the process all over again.
If the stain is still there after you've tried all of the above, repeat step 2-5 using a different cleaning agent. There are many products available and they work in different ways, so it's likely that you'll find one that works for your sofa.
If none of these methods works, it might be time to consider replacing the fabric.
Make your sofas look like new again
Now that you have your cleaning supplies ready, it's time to tackle those frayed corners of your sofa.
First, use a soft brush or toothbrush and lightly scrub at the water stains until they are gone. Make sure that you are rubbing the stain in the same direction as the grain of the fabric doing so will help prevent damage from occurring. If necessary, repeat this process until all stains have been removed from your upholstery.
With these tips, you'll be able to make your sofas look like new again.