Remove Water Stains from Couch?

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Removing water stains from a couch can be done using different methods and this would also vary depending on the material of the couch. For example, one can remove water stains on a leather couch by rubbing the affected area with a damp cloth and then letting this air dry. Water stain on other cloth couches can be removed with a solution of water and distilled vinegar. Use this to wipe the stains until it diminishes. Allow to air dry.
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As easy way to remove water stains is to smear toothpaste into the stain. Let sit for about 10 mins and rub away. If this does not work, try using oil to spread into the water stain
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Hard water stains can be removed by several methods. These methods includes scrubbing the stains with, a lemon, vinegar or a mixture of Calgon with water. There are also chemical
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