Spills, stains and morsels are attracted to upholstered dining chairs easily just like a magnet. The look of dirt and smudges is disgusting and awkward, as it reduces the fabric quality and lining. Besides, it helps spreading bacteria inside the padding. Proper cleaning is capable of getting the brightness and shiny attraction of the dining chair seats or slipcovers.
Also, emergency spill mop-ups denies the constant damage and costly bills are used for changing the old spoiled upholstery. All you need to do to get back the upholstered dining chair clean and free from dirt or decay.
The faster you detect the problem, the better chance you have for solving it. A report from The Smithsonian Museum Conservation Institute says that if there are any stick stains to your upholstered dining chairs before two months, there is a huge probability that you can get rid of them easily. The efforts made to remove the one-day stains are without questions less than the ones that spilt a couple of weeks.
Some stains have the ability to bloom as time passes by. You can clean some liquids that spilt over the upholstered chairs easily and should be quickly using water. However, if you do not clean them immediately, heat will help sugar solution to interact with oxygen resulting caramelizing the sugar and forming a brown spot.
Speaking of the linen, it is elegant, longwearing, natural and viable. However, it stains crazily if anything spilt on it, especially grape juice. Try to get rid of everything as possible using a clean rag or a towel. It is recommended to use another piece of clean cloth and put it on the spill over and over after soaking it in water and squeezing water out of it. Remember to rinse the cloth frequently. What you are doing here is slowing down the fibers to the stain. Linen cannot be dry-cleaned, that is why you need to dab gently using a sponge with clear glycerin. Do not rub!
Combining equal parts of lukewarm water, white vinegar and a mild liquid cleaner on a piece of cloth will help you a lot in removing light tannin stain spots. It is a fact that all the following things have the same effect of upholstered chairs: berries, alcohol, tea, coffer, tannins and fruit juice, which is that they are considered as dyes.