How To Remove Furniture Marks
When we clean there are some things we rarely move. Furniture. The only times we move our furniture is when we are arranging or re-arranging. When moving our furniture we can see that there are some marks that have been sitting there for a while. So, is it important to remove them? Yes, of course. While not all the time, there are situations that demand it. Which situations are those? Well, the first and most important: moving out. When you move out, the landlord will check every nook and cranny. And, if they see some furniture marks, they might withhold the deposit. Learn how to remove furniture marks before you move out!
The good ol' baking soda
We’ve recommended this countless times but there is a reason why. As we have mentioned, baking soda is amazing for cleaning anything. From bathroom floors to steel. This little material can take care of any stain around your home. And guess what? It is the same for furniture marks. You just need to make some paste and apply it just where the marks are. Doing so will remove anything your furniture has left on the floor. Of course, this is a lot more useful for tile flooring. In the case of other floors, you might want to try something else. But, for tile, baking soda is your salvation.