- Mar 12, 2016
- Real Name
- Stephen Boisvert
I cleaned two of these chairs yesterday, they cleaned well but would not stop browning.
Here are my questions to you guys.
I pre sprayed with Bridge-point Fabric Shampoo about 6 onces in Hydro Force
8 oz regular Bridge-point Fabric Prespray and and 5 ounces of boost all.
They cleaned great but it seemed the areas I rapid dried would brown quicker than the areas drying naturally.
Could this be because of the peroxide in the boost all?
I just put a little TCU on a bonnet and touched up the brown areas and it seemed to take care of it.
I know mixing reducers and oxidizers is bad but I was in a jam and I rinsed the boost all thoroughly.
Also the last picture I attached shows browning that was there before I started but it would get worse when wet. I see this often, what is the technical term for this?
I don’t know the material, it was very old and some sort of cotton blend, it had a slightly satin texture.
I don’t love upholstery but it can be a good pay day when you can save the day on an old antique.