Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, October 30, 1976, Image 15

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    preserves upholstery
Regular care will keep
upholstered furniture
looking its best while
reducing wear if you follow
these guidelines for general
care and cleaning:
Vacuum cushions once a
week. Be sure to clean ar
mrests, back, and crevices.
A soft bristled brush may
also be used.
If cushions are reversible,
turn them each week when
cleaning to allow un
dersections to “breathe” and
the fabric to wear evenly.
Use partial slip covers on
arm and headrest areas
which receive the most
B*.eep upholstered fur
(Pricegood only until November 12,1976)
55' X 70’ GENERAL
Lititz, Pa. 17543
General care
niture away from direct
sunlight to prevent fabric
fading and deterioration.
Treat spills quickly before
they stain. Blot up excess
liquids and scrape up excess
solids as soon as possible.
Shampoo upholstery two to
three times each year with
an upholstery shampoo to
remove greasy dirt, before
the upholstery is severly
soiled. Do not use a laundry
detergent as they must be
Before cleaning
upholstery, read the in
structions suggested by the
manufacturer on hangtags
and on the upholstery
shampoo container.
•2 - 18x13 Endwali Doors
* • 5 Baseboards
• Rain gutter
w-down spouts
•28 gauge .
colored steel
• Erection On Your
Level Site
•Top Quality Materials
Merv Miller
Never remove zippered
covers from cushions to
clean. Zippers are used for
better fit, not as an in
dication that covers should
be removed or cleaned
separately. In case of even
slight shrinkage, covers may
be difficult to replace.
Pretest cleaner on an
inconspicuous area of the
Apply the cleaner with a
circular motion and work
from the edges of the soiled
area toward the center. Use
as little moisture as possible
to avoid wetting the
cushioning and f iberfill.
Allow upholstery to dry
thoroughly. A hair dryer set
on “cool” is helpful for fast
drying of spots. Lean damp
cushions on paper toweling,
not against another fabric of
a different color which could
result in color transfer.
Drying time is usually about
one hour.
Vacuum or brush lightly to
remove residue of soil and’
dried shampoo.
Walter Loy, Farm Credit Yorlets, (right) for Outstanding -
Service, presents awards to Betsy H Newsreporter and Secretary,
Nichols, (left), and Lucinda respectively.
Awards presented
CARLISLE, Pa. - The awards were presented to
American Youth Foundation Gary Hornbaker, Ship
presents “I Dare You” pensburg, a nine-year 4-H
Awards to a 4-H Boy and Girl member; and Lucinda
in each county in the United Yorlets, Carlisle, also a nine-
States. The award is in the y ear 4-H member,
form of a book, I Dare You, Walter L°y of Farrr } Credlt
written by William H. Service presented trophies to
Danforth, founder of the the Outstanding Cumberland
Ralston Purina Company. In County 4-H Secretary and
Cumberland County these ' Newsreporter. Lucinda
Lancaster Farming, Saturday. Oct. 30,1976
Yorlets received the ad
ditional recognition of
Outstanding 4-H Secretary.
Betsy Nichols, a 4-H Horse
and Pony member received
the recognition as Out
standing 4-H News Reporter