How to Clean a Microfiber Couch

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In fact, suede and microfiber are two different worlds. Suede is a natural fabric created from the skins of animals. Microfiber is a man-made fabric created from extremely thin polyester and nylon fibers that are woven and cut for a soft, plush feel. Tightly woven or knitted threads are more resistant to dust, dirt and stains from penetrating the surface. In fact, this tight weave causes the liquid to granulate on the surface, making microfiber cleaning easier than cleaning other fabrics.

Still, stains can sink in over time and cleaning can be a challenge because microfiber is prone to watermarks.

How Often to Clean a Microfiber Couch

Regular maintenance will keep the microfiber couch looking its best and smelling new. Sofas should be vacuumed weekly to remove surface dirt before being ground into yarn. This is especially important if pets have access to upholstery. Spills and stains should be treated as quickly as possible for the easiest removal.

Regular maintenance will help keep a microfiber couch looking its best and smelling fresh. The couch should be vacuumed weekly to remove surface dust and dirt before it is ground into the fibers. This is particularly critical if pets have access to the upholstery. Spills and stains should be treated as quickly as possible for the easiest removal.

The couch should be thoroughly cleaned at least seasonally or monthly if it is heavily used by pets and children.

How to Clean a Microfiber Couch With Soap Suds and Water

Prepare solutions and tools before cleaning your microfiber couch

1. Vacuum the Couch

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2. Mix the Cleaning Solution

Put 4 cups of warm water in a bucket or large bowl. Add a quarter cup of liquid dish soap. Use a whisk to create plenty of soap bubbles. Fill the second bucket with plain water.

3. Dip and Scrub With Soap Suds

Carefully dip the scrubbing brush or sponge into just soap (not water). Starting at the top of the cushion, the sofa back or arm, spread out the foam particles and rub well. Starting at the top and working your way up will prevent dirt from dripping onto cleaned areas. Regularly wash the brush or sponge in clean water and make sure the brush is as dry as possible as you repeat the steps with fresh soap.

4. Rinse and Fluff

After an area has been cleaned, slightly moisten a microfiber cloth with plain water and wipe the area. Let the fabric dry completely in the air. Use a vacuum cleaner or fabric brush to blow away faded fabric fibers.

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