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shylock34



Joined: 08 Feb 2010
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PostPosted: Wed Feb 10, 2010 5:27 am    Post subject: Different Furniture Care Tips Reply with quote

Hi

These were the products which are generally found in market. But the basic furniture care can be summed up as:
1. Keep furniture out of direct sunlight.
2. Avoid placing furniture in front of or under windows.
3. Place furniture away from heating and air conditioning vents.
4. Blot up spills immediately.
5. Use coasters, placemats and tablecloths to protect furniture during use.
6. Lift and place items instead of sliding across furniture surfaces.
7. Rotate accessories on your furniture periodically.
8. Avoid prolonged use of plastic and rubber items on your furniture.
9. Dust your furniture regularly and polish every 4-6 months.

One should always remember to find such furniture which can be cleaned and maintained properly and easily. House loaded with heavy furniture's and is not possible to clean be of waste of time and energy.

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kathrin



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PostPosted: Fri Mar 19, 2010 6:17 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hi

When you buy leather furniture for your home or office you expect it to be durable. With the proper care and handling your leather furniture can and will meet those expectations. Here are some tips for cleaning and caring for your leather furniture.

Maintenance:

Do dust your leather with a soft dry cotton cloth on a regular basis. Dust and oils from human skin can wear down the leather over time.

Don’t use an abrasive brush or a microfiber cloth. Also, keep your leather furniture from being exposed to the sun, which can cause discoloration.

Use Distilled Water Only:

Do remove or minimize a stain by blotting with distilled water. Blot at the stain until the towel or rag comes back dry. Then let the stain sit for 24 hours before re-evaluating it.

Don’t soak your leather in tap water or cleaner, as this could create a worse stain than the original. Please don’t use a rubbing motion! Gently blot as much of the stain away as possible.

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kathrin



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PostPosted: Fri Mar 19, 2010 6:20 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

1. If your swimming pool is fully operational, make sure that the port your will be using to vacuum is properly selected for the valve that comes on the suction row in the pump. The port is either low suction fitting or skimmer.
2. Connect the head of the vacuum and hosepipe of the vacuum properly. The hosepipes that are good in quality will have a rotating end with them so that they can prevent the twisting of the hosepipe. Make sure that you attach the head and the hosepipe properly otherwise the vacuum pump will leak air and not function properly.
3. Check that the hosepipe and the vacuum head are connected properly with the pole. Use clamps if they are not connected properly.
4. Stick one side of the pole outside the water and place the rest of the equipment (pole, hosepipe and head) into the deep edge of the pool.
5. Grab the unattached edge of the vacuum hosepipe and grip in front of the fittings. This will stop the fastening of the vacuum pump with the air from the hosepipe and fill up the hosepipe with the water. Head of the vacuum with automatically bubble up to the face of the water giving you the indication that there is enough water!
6. Place your hand on top of the hosepipe so that the water stays in.
7. Put the skimmer adapter above the basket. Basket should always be used so that larger objects do not get trapped in the underground line or the skimmer.
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connell44



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PostPosted: Thu Mar 25, 2010 10:54 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Some common and basic furniture care tips:

1.Keep your furniture out of direct and strong sunlight.
2.Avoid dragging the objects placed over furniture surfaces
3.Keep away from placing furniture in front of doors or under windows.
4.Avoid furniture placing from heating and air conditioning vents.
5.If some spills over you furniture immediately clean with a blotting cloth
6.Always use coasters and tablecloths to protect furniture during use.
7.Turn accessories on your furniture periodically.
8.Dust and polish regularly and properly your furniture
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