If you have had no opportunity to take the couch to be restored because you have not been able to find a comfortable place to sleep in it, you will probably be too tired to bother with the task. When you choose to restore a sofa, you will have to take into consideration the comfort of the couch, the materials used in its construction, and the time that has been required to accomplish the restoration.
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The most expensive part of the blue velvet sofa restoration will probably be the tools and supplies used. In order to make the process easier, you will have to determine whether the sofa was made out of distressed and leather materials or polyurethane. If the sofa was made out of vinyl, you will want to use a fiberboard restoration kit. Fiberboard restoration kits are easy to use, use only a small amount of adhesive, and are very sturdy. Vinyl restoration kits do not contain any fiberboard or vinyl.
Before you begin the work, you will want to cover the sofa with a bedsheet. This will protect your floor from the strong vacuum cleaning agents that will be used in the process. After the bed sheet is on, you will want to use a squeegee to scrub the finish off of the couch. Then, you will be ready to use the vacuum cleaner, or suction-blower to do the job.
For the fiberboard sofa, you will want to use a broomstick to scrub the couch with blue paint. The more vigorous the cleaning, the more the wood fibers will be destroyed. If you are dealing with a vinyl sofa, you will have to use a sanding rod and brush to wipe off the glue residue and the glue that are on the carpet. After the couch has been dried, you will have to use a roller or cloth to clean the upholstery of the couch and to remove the wrinkles.