Mid Century Lounge Chair And Ottoman – A suede chair looks soft and sophisticated, but only if it is clean and well maintained. You will be able to achieve it with fast and regular sessions of cleaning and brushing, besides sucking it occasionally. If the chair and ottoman are new or relatively clean. You can treat it with many anti-stain protectors sell in hardware stores. However, older, dirty chairs will obviously need a deeper cleaning. Use a suede protective spray.
While not infallible, treating the mid century lounge chair and ottoman with a protective spray will help prevent spills from becoming permanent stains. Do this in an extremely well-ventilated area. The gasses emitted by aerosols can be harmful and you should always avoid them if possible. Start applying the spray section by section of the chair and ottoman, letting the fresh air fill the room before proceeding. Thus, the excess spray will be keeping to a minimum and you will be able to breathe better. Keep doing it until you completely cover each section of the chair and ottoman. You will need to apply 2 to 3 layers of upholstery protector to be effective.
Allow drying for at least 12 hours. Remove the cushions from the mid century lounge chair and ottoman approximately every week. This way you can collect all the crumbs, papers and other waste that have fallen through the spaces. Collect debris that cannot be removing by hand with a conventional or hand vacuum.