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    Default Quick!!! Help!!!

    My dd was sitting on the couch with me and has just been sick.
    I don't have any upholstery cleaner... What can I use??

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    I use disinfectant with a scourer or sponge then apply a towel to soak up as much as I can and blow dry it with my hair dryer.
    I also usually spray the hell out of it with No Vac lol.

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    Warm washing up water, towel dry

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    Bi Carb or Vinegar but test a spot first.

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    I grabbed what was closest and that was sard pre wash stuff, do you think that would do the job enough or should I follow it up with something else?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hokey Pokey View Post
    Bi Carb or Vinegar but test a spot first.
    This! Hope your DDs okay.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kezanazz View Post
    I grabbed what was closest and that was sard pre wash stuff, do you think that would do the job enough or should I follow it up with something else?
    Oh be very careful you may bleach it with that. I would make sure you watered it down.

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    Thank you very much all, I ended up cleaning again with vinegar an it's still drying, smells nice and looks clean!


 

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