If you came by my house today, you would see towels on our sofa and on our love-seat.
I mean, they’re nice towels; they were purchased to match the furniture, actually. But they are towels, nonetheless.
The thing is, we have two furries that live with us: CoCo the black kitty and Taffy the white doggy. These furries (although they are treated as members of our family, without a doubt) are rather messy.
For instance, CoCo the black kitty’s favorite spot to run to after she gets out of her litter box is the love seat. I wish I knew why. But all I really know is that it gets a little…sandy…up there.
And Taffy the white doggy is a bit OCD, I think. She likes to lounge on the couch and lick her paw…and then the couch. Blech.
Now, why can’t these blasted animals be trained to quit messing up our microfiber furniture?! I’m sure they can be…but both hubby and I work outside of the home all day long…so there’s not much time for reinforcing.
First of all, I’m on the hunt for some new furniture. Because once the kids come along, I know the furries will have NOTHING on them! So if anyone has seen any gray leather sectionals around, do let me know!
Second of all, I had literally finished cleaning the couch and love seat and adding the towels to them (in a desperate attempt to preserve the cleanliness of both pieces) when I was contacted by the lovely Sofia with this blog post! Perfect timing! I loved it, and I know you will, too!
The sofa is one of the most used objects in the house, especially for watching TV with a cool drink in hand or something to eat. Imagine all the blemishes, crumbs and dirt that are hidden between the edges of the sofa. Or else, imagine the dirt and the stains if you let your pets to play on the sofa. Because of that, it’s good to pay more attention to the sofa cleaning during the big house cleaning every season. Take a look at some ideas and methods that can help you!