Best Furniture Cleaner

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#1

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based on 72238 reviews

9.0

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#2

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based on 68697 reviews

8.8

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#3

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based on 44149 reviews

9.6

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#4

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based on 37543 reviews

9.0

Product Dimensions: 21.9 x 14.6 x 23 inches

Item Weight: 18.5 pounds

Manufacturer: Hoover

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No

Batteries Required: No

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#5

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based on 37219 reviews

9.0

Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 13.5 x 7.5 inches

Item Weight: 2.11 pounds

Manufacturer: BLACK+DECKER

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No

Batteries Required: Yes

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#6

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based on 28795 reviews

9.2

Product Dimensions: 8.25 x 17.25 x 12.5 inches

Item Weight: 12 pounds

Manufacturer: Bissell

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No

Batteries Required: No

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#7

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based on 28557 reviews

9.2

Manufacturer: Part Number ‎SPI_109_16

Item Weight: ‎2.33 pounds

Product Dimensions: ‎10.98 x 5 x 5 inches

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: ‎No

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#8

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based on 26166 reviews

9.4

Product Dimensions: 10 x 14 x 14 inches

Item Weight: 13.2 pounds

Manufacturer: BISSELL

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No

Batteries Required: No

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#9

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based on 19451 reviews

9.4

Product Dimensions: 15 x 12.5 x 43.5 inches

Item Weight: 17.5 pounds

Manufacturer: Bissell HomeCare, Inc.

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No

Batteries Required: No

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#10

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based on 19277 reviews

8.6

Product Dimensions: 5 x 9.5 x 8.5 inches

Item Weight: 3.83 pounds

Manufacturer: Bissell

Material: Care Instructions Hand Wash

Batteries Required: No

Buyer's Guide: Best Furniture Cleaner

Using a Furniture Cleaner on Your Floors and Furniture

There are a variety of ways to clean furniture and other items. Some stains can be removed by spot cleaning with a furniture cleaner that is specifically designed for use on fabrics or upholstered items. The same can be done for fabric and upholstery in the hard to reach spots, such as under the seats in the back seat of your car or in the mud room of your truck. In addition, there are specialized spot cleaning tools that can get into tough to reach crevices, including the engine areas of your vehicles.

Many cleaning solutions are available for the harder-to-reach spots, and most modern upholstery and furniture cleaners also contain strong detergents. However, it is not uncommon to come across a situation where you are unable to remove a stubborn stain through the traditional spot cleaning methods. This often means that you will need a more powerful cleaning solution or even a complete restoration of the piece of furniture. Fortunately, there are many options available for this type of situation.

For most hardwood or wicker furniture, the manufacturers' cleaning code of practice usually provides a detailed guideline on how best to care for the product. The manufacturer's instructions on how to properly clean the product will specify a recommended washing and drying schedule, a recommended prime time for installation and removal, as well as what materials should be used and how they should be cleaned. Careful reading of the manufacturer's instructions and related literature will ensure that you do not damage the furniture or cause any harm to the finish. If you follow the manufacturer's recommendations closely, you will find that your furniture will remain looking beautiful for years to come.

In the case of upholstery fabric or leather furniture, the manufacturer's cleaning codes are usually easy to understand and follow. The primary recommendation is to use warm water to clean the fabric or leather. If the stain is stubborn or has only stubborn traces of odor left, it may be necessary to use a mild or soap-free detergent and an old toothbrush to gently scrub away the odor.

For upholstered furniture that can stand on its own, or if it is very large pieces, you may want to consider a steam cleaner. Some people recommend using a steam cleaner with some bleach or disinfecting spray added to the water to remove stains, while others recommend using the cleaner itself without any additional disinfecting products. If you are concerned about leaving any residue behind after cleaning your furniture, you should consider spraying some disinfecting solution onto the stain before you begin. Once the stain has soaked in the solution, you can rinse the fabric or leather thoroughly with cold water to remove the soap or disinfectant residue. Be sure to rinse the fabric or leather thoroughly to remove any residue of cleaning solution or detergent.

For fabric or leather that has mildew, it may be necessary to either rent or buy a deodorizer with bleach or disinfecting power. To wash the fabric or leather, simply follow the same steps as for fabric or leather with the steamer. After you have finished with the cleaning process, it is important that you rinse thoroughly to remove any soap or cleaning agent residue left behind. Then it is time to either dry with a towel or to spray the stain with a bleach or disinfecting spray.

For hard wood flooring, you will need to purchase a wood cleaner that contains bleach or disinfecting properties. You should follow the same steps as you would follow with fabric or leather. Follow the same steps as you would for fabric or leather; rinse well and spray with bleach or disinfecting solution. Follow this procedure until the stain has disappeared. If necessary, rewash with clean water and dry on a clean cloth. Repeat these steps until the stain has disappeared.

If you have an area with hard water buildup, you may need to purchase a heavy duty wet/dry vacuum cleaner. Before you begin vacuuming, set up your vacuum cleaner according to the manufacturer's instructions. Begin by filling the container with clean water and setting the on the "clean" cycle. Use the handheld wand for a short burst of air, taking care to gently rotate the hose at least once each cycle. Once the stains are removed, replace the wand and rinse with clean water and a soft, dry cloth.

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