Faux Suede Cleaning

Old 03-18-10, 11:22 AM
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Faux Suede Cleaning

I have a punch stain on the faux suede seat of my bar stool. Punch contained bourbon, cranberry juice, pineapple juice, orange juice, lemon juice and ginger ale. How can I safely remove the stain?
Old 03-21-10, 10:23 PM
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the problem you are facing is the diverse ingredients that were in there. Problem with most cranberry juices is man made dyes that are the one thing that seem to stay behind after just normal cleaning. They can be removed be may require specialized cleaning agents. Some of these may be pricey. You can try just blotting with warm water and a white rag and see what you can get out...if you havent already. The main thing about cleaning that material is not to go overboard on the water and to blot not rub. If you have a shop vac using it to pull the water out will also help.

All this depends upon how much your willing to put into the bar stool. You can try a janitoral supply for cleaning agents as well.

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