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Old 01-08-2014, 07:40 PM   #1
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Faux leather sofa protector

What do you use to protect your funiture if anything? We have a dog and want to keep the leather couches (faux leather) from being damaged by fido, and of course my less than perfect self (messy snacker).

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Old 01-08-2014, 08:02 PM   #2
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I have tried them all. My favorite is 303 Protectant. Here is some info:

303 Products makes a bold mission statement: “…the product must improve people’s lives.” Living up to this virtue in every sense, 303 products has been helping people in the automotive industry by providing quality cleaners and aerospace protectants aimed at meeting consumer needs while being environmentally safe at the same time. Complete customer satisfaction has been this eco-conscious company’s absolute goal since it was established, and they continue to live up to this unwavering standard to this day.

UV degradation has always plagued vinyl, plastics and other automotive trim, and products that contain harmful VOCs or silicone only make matters worse! 303 products have sworn to manufacture a phenomenal line of high-strength products that are manufactured without the use of phosphates, nitrates, caustics, toxic organics, enzymes, or VOCs. Their proven formulations are engineered to provide the maximum amount of performance as safely as possible. Their cleaners remove stains from fabric and carpet with ease, and their UV protectants offer optimum sun protection to your susceptible surfaces. Long lasting, hard working and potently protective, no other product in the industry comes close to meeting the 303 products standard.

Many people ask how it is possible to provide such safety without sacrificing performance. The answer is in the clever research that goes into each product. Rather than tackling difficult stains with more intense, volatile compounds, 303 products engineers their product’s chemistry to work remove the desired blemish peacefully and effectively. This is made possible by the use of a technologically ingenious combination of sequester agents, surfactants, and hyper-wetting agents. The unique colloidal action causes oil, grease and dirt to be lifted, suspended and easily wiped away leaving no residue.

Although 303 products are used throughout many different industries for an array of purposes, you can count on them to deliver efficiency and results. Let 303 improve your life today!

Use the Protectant on your vinyl and the Fabric Guard on cloth/carpet/fabric material.

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Train the dog to not jump on sofa.

Train the human to not eat on sofa.

First one is doable. Second one I'm not to sure of. He may be hard to train. Humans never listen.
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What do you put on the home or other sofas in your life? Or is this the first sofa you have decided the dog won't destroy?
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What do you put on the home or other sofas in your life? Or is this the first sofa you have decided the dog won't destroy?
it just so happens this dog loves to lick things, especially the sofa. we have a micro fibre couch in the house now and it holds up, but we have to wash it regularly. We are trying to find out if other people are covering their couch, and if so with what. Something fitted, or just a sheet/cover over it. DW looking for some kind of doggie bed, but i think we (i) need something more.
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