Frugal tips for cleaning all types of furniture from wood to upholstered
Be careful cleaning leatrher furniture or you can damage it. These tips from our readers can help.Cleaning Plastic Outdoor Furniture
Looking for a solution for removing mildew from the plastic strips on motel-type outdoor furniture? After trying baking soda, vinegar, ammonia, etc. to no avail, you may want to try this idea from The Natural Handyman.
Problem Pet Hair on Carpet & Furniture
Don't let the cat hair take over your house! Use these tips from our readers to successfully remove pet hair from furniture and carpeting.Leather Upholstery Repair
Do you have a piece of leather furniture that has developed a crack or tear? Our readers suggest ways to repair leather upholstery.Cleaning Upholstery
Light colored upholstered furniture can easily get dirty. Our readers share their suggestions for getting it clean again.Removing Water Stains from Furniture
Is there a way to remove water spots on wood furniture? Our contributors share their creative suggestion on how to remove water spots, including plain old peanut butter.
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Use these tips to remove wax build up and restore shine to old wooden furniture.DIY Upholstery Cleaning
Do you need to clean a "professional clean only" piece of furniture but don't want to pay a pro? Our readers share some suggestions.
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