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Post by Liz n on Mon Feb 06, 2017 7:35 pm

Hello everyone,
Just thought I'd let you know that we seem to have cured the soggy cushion problem. We decided that the theory of a spilled salty chemical / cleaning agent was the most likely cause. We borrowed a friend's "George" ( the upholstery carpet cleaning version of the Henry vacuum) and after 3 sessions of rinsing it with very hot water and suctioning it back out, I can report that the claggy effect has now gone. Even leaving it in our unheated hallway overnight has not caused a recurrence. (It's cold up North!)
Thank you all for your helpful suggestions.
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Re: Damp seating6update

Post by burlingtonboaby on Tue Feb 07, 2017 9:10 am

Liz n wrote:Hello everyone,
Just thought I'd let you know that we seem to have cured the soggy cushion problem. We decided that the theory of a spilled salty chemical / cleaning agent was the most likely cause. We borrowed a friend's "George" ( the upholstery carpet cleaning version of the Henry vacuum) and after 3 sessions of rinsing it with very hot water and suctioning it back out, I can report that the claggy effect has now gone. Even leaving it in our unheated hallway overnight has not caused a recurrence. (It's cold up North!)
Thank you all for your helpful suggestions.
Liz
Thanks good news   up!   Its cold over here too    cold .
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