Hey everyone! The holidays are just around the corner, which means you’ve got to get your house ready for guests! We are hosting Thanksgiving this year so I wanted to give my house a good deep clean before everyone arrived.
One of the things I wanted to do to get ready for our guests was cleaning the furniture and throw pillows. It’s not something people typically think about when cleaning their home. But think about how much time you spend there and then you immediately want to clean it!
I had a few stains on my chairs and throw pillows from my little ones. I’m not one to always make them eat snacks at the table. With that can bring messes and stains to our living room. But after all, it is a “living” room!
I knew the perfect tool for this job was my HomeRight HomeRight SteamMachine Elite. It has various attachments that can help you get any cleaning job done quickly.
First you want to fill up the steam machine with water. There is a cup that comes with it, as well as a funnel to help pour it inside of the machine.
Screw the cap back on and turn on the Steam Machine to get the pressure ready. When you turn it on it will have the red and orange lights illuminated.
When the Steam Machine is ready to be used the orange light will turn off.
I used the Steam Machine Squeegee and Fabric Steamer attachment to clean my furniture.
Press the handle for the steam to release and gently go back and forth on your furniture to clean and sanitize it. You can use the Soft Nylon Bristle Brush for stubborn stains.
After I finished the furniture I cleaned up the throw pillows.
I’m very pleased with how well the Steam Machine Elite cleaned our furniture. I had so much fun that I went to on to clean many areas of my home. Head on over to Refashionably Late (link to post) to see what else I cleaned!
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