Manning Furniture has been the Tri-State's #1 choice in providing the finest quality furniture at true warehouse prices. At Manning Furniture's extended showroom, you'll find the newest trends and styles from the highest quality manufacturers in the industry. We offer a large array of living room, dining room, bedroom and children's furniture as well as a broad assortment of lamps, recliners/chairs and outdoor/patio furniture. We carry some of the most sought after furniture manufacturers in the industry. Quality names you trust that can turn your home from ordinary to spectacular; Ashley, American Drew, Bassett, Braxton Culler, Brooks, Carolina Furniture Works, Howard Miller, Riverside, Sam Moore, Stanley, Stein World, Woodcrest, Vaughan Bassett and Standard; Choose from thousands of styles customized just for you and for immediate delivery. We constantly strive to provide you with the most outstanding products at the lowest price possible; Bringing you the best is what Manning Furniture is all about.
Manning Furniture FAQ
Q: How do I get the stains out of microfiber?
There are several techniques that may be used to remove stains of all types on microfiber furniture. Feel free to try one or more of these techniques, but ALWAYS test a small, inconspicuous area first before using any stain removal technique to make certain the fabric will not be damaged.
- Using an aerosol can of original Lysol, lightly spray the stain, blot with a clean cloth.
- Make a thick paste of baking soda and water, and apply to the stain. Wait a few minutes, then wipe clean.
- Using a baby wipe, gently blot the area of the stain, being careful not to rub the stain into the fabric.
- Using a small amount of rubbing alcohol (Isopropyl alcohol) on a soft, white terrycloth towel, gently blot the stain.
- Using a small amount of clear alcohol, such as vodka, dampen a soft cloth, and gently blot the stain.
- Clean grease stains with Dawn dish soap, Totally Awesome (available at dollar stores), or WD-40. Rinse well after stain is removed.
Q: A friend recommended that I vacuum my couch. Is really something I should do?
Of Course! Use the upholstery tool from your vacuum cleaner attachments and the crevice tool for corners and edges. The dust brush tool works well when vacuuming leather upholstered furniture. For really delicate fabrics, be careful not to damage the furniture. For bookshelves and other non-upholstered furniture, use the dust brush tool or crevice tool. This will actually help your furniture last longer. Furniture picks up a lot of the dirt and dust that gets tracked into our homes but is usually hidden well in the fabric. Consider vacuuming your furniture weekly.
Q: Is there any way to remove scratches from wood?
Oil and furniture polish darken scratches. If a scratch is deep, try to darken with wood stain or a cloth that bleeds a little of its dye. Rub with lemon-oil or boiled linseed oil.
Q: My dresser got stained by spilled perfume. Is it ruined?
Probably not! Alcohol in spilled perfume, medicine, etc dissolves varnish. Rub it once with your fingers and then rub with a soft non-linting cloth and lemon oil. This should brighten the dulled wood.
Q: What’s the best way to remove water spots from polished wood?
Water makes a filmy gray spot. If it’s not too deep, rubbing with the fingertip will remove the spot. Otherwise, use a small piece of cheesecloth tightly wrung out of hot water with 2 or 3 drops of household ammonia in it. Rub lightly and quickly with the cloth; then instantly rub with a soft oiled cloth. Finally go over the whole surface with oil. Rub until all extra oil is used.