Start your spring cleaning early this year with a new look for your home! Whether you need one piece of furniture or you’re redesigning a whole room, Consign Furniture has what you’re looking for at up to 70% off retail prices on stylish pieces from the best brands. Plus, during our President’s Day sale running Wednesday 2/13 – Monday, 2/18, there will be hundreds of additional markdowns on almost everything in the store! Stop by the store, or shop online at ConsignFurnitureNow.com and see what’s in store for you!
Spring Cleaning Tips for your Furniture!
Keeping your furniture looking bright and fresh makes the whole room look cleaner. Whether inside or outside, every piece needs a little TLC now and then. Here are a few ideas for keeping your furniture looking it’s best!
Clean pet hair quick and easily:
Anyone with a dog or cat can tell you how troublesome pet hair can be. Furniture, clothes, and carpets of pet owners are often covered with whatever their pet happens to naturally shed off. Luckily, there’s a very simple solution to cleaning up the mess. As it happens, rubber gloves attract pet hair like magnets. By simply stroking your hand over an afflicted area, you’ll find that the majority of hair and dander will stick to the rubber. Clean up is just as simple – dunk the gloves in water and watch the hair instantly detach from the glove’s surface and float to the surface!
Quick Tips to Keep Your Wicker Furniture Looking New!
Keep it Dry
Clean it Regularly
Mind the Sun
Help us Raise Money for Washoe County K9 Partners
Join us March 2nd for the 3rd annual Barks and Badges Benefit Dinner for Washoe County K9 Partners! This VIP event includes a buffet dinner in the Chalet Terrace at the Nugget Casino Resort, incredible entertainment by the fantastic acoustic guitarist Milton Merlos, a silent auction and raffle.
All proceeds benefit Washoe County K9 Partners, who’s primary mission is to raise money to provide needed equipment, gear, and training for our county police dogs that otherwise isn’t in the agency’s budget. For example, bullet proof vests, bite suits and other training equipment, GPS collars and drones for tracking, state of the art dog “boxes” for the vehicles, and training seminars. In general, it costs between $12,000-$20,000 to train and outfit a K9 dog. Help us help them.
Dinner starts at 6pm and tickets are now available for a $75.00 donation! Purchase tickets at Consign Furniture or by going to the WCK9 Partners Facebook page: