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So I'm sitting working from home when i should be out making sales calls and i'm bored as hell. Why you may ask because I have a new couch coming today. I'm way excited because I just had 2nd hand crap the last year and now I have a nice microfiber sectional coming

Anyways, here's my question. I bought a fabric protection plan from Wickes Furniture with my couches. One of the features to this service is they are supposed to scotch guard that couches. Is there any way to tell if they actually did this or if they got lazy or screwed up and forgot to?

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Grape juice..... if it comes out it was Scotch Guarded.

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it might not be a bad idea. After all, the service does cover any stain I put on the couch over the next 7 years. So I can purposely spill grape juice on it and they have to come out and clean it. They are my cleaning bitches

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So I'm sitting working from home when i should be out making sales calls and i'm bored as hell. Why you may ask because I have a new couch coming today. I'm way excited because I just had 2nd hand crap the last year and now I have a nice microfiber sectional coming

Anyways, here's my question. I bought a fabric protection plan from Wickes Furniture with my couches. One of the features to this service is they are supposed to scotch guard that couches. Is there any way to tell if they actually did this or if they got lazy or screwed up and forgot to?
About 6 months ago I bought a micro fiber couch and love seat from wickes and and I purchased the warranty and the fabric protection plan as well, and everything that has been spilled on the couch has came right out....They still look brand new. I'm very happy with the deal and couchs I purchased from Wickes.

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If the fabric protection can't handle an all night coke and sex binge with a bunch of crack whores and mountain goat, then I don't want it.


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Spray bottle with some water, will get a little beading up if just a light spray......Try out with just water (NO grape Juice)

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