Storing your small sofa properly is important to keep it clean and undamaged. If you do not do it properly you can stop tears or scratches, molds from moisture, and even unwanted pests. Knowing how to properly wrap it will protect it from any external factors that can damage your sofa. Clean your couch. For most skins, use a soft, damp cloth to remove dirt and debris. You might also want to use a professional leather lotion to prevent dehydration or cracking. If your furniture material is heavy microfiber or polyester, use warm water to detect clean food or dirt.
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For any other material, check with a professional see what they recommend for cleaning. Cotton material can be difficult to maintain and may require special instructions. Vacuum under the seat cushions, if movable, using a small handheld vacuum. You can also use a brush or narrow tool in a larger vacuum. Do not forget the surrounding horrors to cover the frame. Turn your small sofa over and see if your legs are detachable. You should be able to twist them if they are. This is common and manufacturers prefer to transport furniture in this way to prevent damage. If you can remove them, pack in bubble wraps.
Place bubble wraps around your sofa if it’s leather. Secure with packing tape. Put your sofa in the plastic furniture bag. Seal with packing tape, which means that there are no open holes. Use plenty of tape until you is satisfied the small sofa is safe. Use bubble wrap before collecting your sofa if it is leather to prevent scratches. Check out a local furniture company for sofa or mattress bags. Make sure the sofa is completely sealed to prevent insect attacks or rodent entry as well as moisture. Sofas are usually much lower than a mat chair. You will need to raise your sofa to seat at least 20 inches in height to make dinner on the table comfortable