When I bought these two couches in 1999, they cost me like $6,000+. The back cushions are not tacked down by anything and they are always getting squished down and well the thing looks
sloppy (wish I'd known that they would do that before I purchased them! Que Sera, Sera!) and now with 3 toddler boys and others the color doesn't even look like what it was. They've been pretty beaten up; however, the frame is strong and they were expensive, what to do or is there anything I can do? They have been cleaned by people using the worst things so they are really in bad shape as far as the leather goes. Is there a way to re-stain them? (Though every scratch in the leather will show up pronounced, wow, I'm talking myself out of this!)
Commented 4 days ago
Try cleaning with a bar of Dove Soap. I cleaned a white leather to new with Dove.
The scope of work focused on Outdoor Living and the Pool House. The goal was to bring certain elements of the outdoor environment into harmony and "compliance" with the home, its
neighborhood and re-sale expectations. The remodeling investment was geared toward creating value and an attractive, inviting, useable outdoor environment. Changes were made to the pool house to make it more integral to what the home offers - a very special lot and an expansive, flexible outdoor living experience.
Commented on Jun 30, 2012
Can we see a picture of the house too. Thanks Hot in Evansville IN 105
Do you like it? Do you not like it? Do you have an ecological alternative? Is it the best thing since sliced bread, or could you live without it?
Commented on Jun 20, 2012
I have had every type of swiffer imaginable. There is a mop with a cloth that is much wider
down in Florida that I use more than anything. It has cloth covers that you can wash. It may start with a B. I am a believer in using towels too. I think you can pick more up with a damp towel and then rinse. We use 2 buckets one for clean and one to dump dirty cloth in. We clean a ton of tile in Florida with condo rentals. We usually vacuum up the tile really good first. I have used towels on the swiffers too. They constantly break on us. I think a stainless steel handle would be a good idea.