You will need
  • - eraser;
  • brush;
  • - soapy water;
  • - alcohol;
  • - vinegar;
  • - gauze.
Dried dirt on the surface of the fabric it is not recommended to clean themselves, that is, mechanically. Also, don't use chemicals to remove contaminants - chemicals can change the color of your product. From fresh spots can be removed with an ordinary eraser or rubber curry brush.
Stains from grease can be removed using stale bread. You should RUB the contaminated area. Stains from water, tea or juice to start to dry, and then the fabric is carefully steamed over a kettle, or over boiling water in a saucepan.
Inveterate stains can be removed using soapy water. Also to combat contamination can help alcohol. Apply it on a cotton swab and apply a stain. Some Housewives use a solution of vinegar and water. But keep in mind that it must be weak, otherwise you risk burning the fabric.
Before washing items made of velour, it is necessary to carefully read the information on the label. If not, then you can wash the thing at a delicate mode. After that be sure to dry the cloth. Stroking the velour should be careful, better through double cheesecloth, using steam.
Dust can be easily removed with a vacuum cleaner or a special brush for clothes Faded fabric can be recovered with special tools, sprays for brightness things. Regularly applying these tools, you will keep the products in excellent form for a long time.
In the case of contamination velour fabric with animal fur can help you get a roller with sticky tape. You can also collect wool hand lightly dampened with normal water.