How to Clean a Microfiber Couch- Highlands Ranch CO
1. Vacuum the couch first to remove all of that loose dirt, dust, and hair. A brush attachment works very well for this.
2. Spray rubbing alcohol on the sullied spots. Rubbing alcohol is a great alternative to water because it evaporates quickly and won’t soak the fabric.
3. Using a white, clean scrub sponge, rub the area with vigor. Although you can use the sponge side, the scrubbing side of the sponge will work best. It is important that the sponge is white so that it won’t transfer any of its color to the fabric. You could also use a sponge that is the same color as your couch. As you work, feel free to check out all the grime building up on the now-dirty side of the sponge, just to see how well the method is working.
4. When all of the dirt and grime is gone, stop and let the couch dry. Since you used rubbing alcohol, it shouldn’t take very long.
5. After all that rough rubbing, you may notice that the microfiber is flattened in certain areas. To fluff it back up again, use a clean brush with soft, white bristles to fluff up those little fibers.