With finely crafted textiles that vary in style and color, upholstered headboards bring both luxury and usefulness to your bedroom. They also provide a cozy, warm area to rest your head. However, there is one consideration, and that is the hygiene of these headboards.
In this guide, we will be guiding you through some steps on how you can keep your upholstered headboards clean to maintain their worth. So, Let’s get started.
Your upholstered headboard should ideally be vacuumed once a week to keep it looking great. This typically entails using the handheld vacuum attachments as handy tiny instruments to access deep folds and buttoning to remove the dirt and dust that are most difficult to reach.
This will not only keep your bed spotless, but it will also purge the air in your bedroom of excess dust particles (and better sleep).
- Unleash The Fabric Cleaner
It’s time to show your gorgeous bed some love and care once you’re sure you’ve cleaned it of ordinary dust. Choose a capable fabric cleaner with a good reputation, and don’t forget to conduct a patch test on a hidden region.
Applying a tiny amount of the cleaning will be necessary, and you should check it again in a few hours or even the next day to make sure it hasn’t discolored or harmed the cloth frame. When checking for marks once the fluid has completely dried, make sure to do it in the open air.
When using the cleaner for a quick clean, use caution and always read the label to make sure you’re using it properly. Instructions may likely vary greatly depending on the product you’ve chosen.
- Apply Baking Soda
If you’ve ever used baking soda to clean your mattress, you may be familiar with how quickly it moves over space. Apply baking soda liberally on your upholstered headboard, ideally after it has been cleared of all bedding, blankets, and other housewares, and then give it a few hours to work its magic.
It will naturally take up moisture and odor-causing particles that have made their way onto and into your bed head. Reintroducing the vacuum cleaner should be done after two to three hours.
You’ll need to be careful, but once you’ve collected the baking powder, you’ll have a fragrant bed to spend a blissful night in.
- Blotting Your Upholstered Headboard
This is an urgent action. Fabrics used for upholstered headboards are frequently delicate and need gentle care. If worst comes to worst and you discover that your bed has come into contact with a stain-causing liquid, try not to freak out and scrub it out.
Instead of violently scrubbing and wiping, you’ll need to choose your go-to upholstery cleaner and gently blot the liquid out. Even though progress could be sluggish, being patient will pay off when it comes to protecting priceless cloth.
By following the above-mentioned steps, you can easily get your upholstered headboards cleaned. You will only need to invest some time but it’s completely worth it. So, wish you all the best. Thank you!