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How to Clean Microfiber Furniture

Do you have Microfiber furniture that you just can’t seem to get clean. When you do try to clean…it leaves more stains from being wet.In my family room I have a microfiber couch. Well over the years with kids, doggies and everything that goes with them…my couch really needed some cleaning. I had a couple of spots that just wouldn’t come out. I tried so many products to no avail.

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See the spot above….stubborn stain! Well guess what I did? I put some Rubbing Alcohol on a white rag then started rubbing the stain with it. Every spot came off with the rag…yuck! No way was I going to show you a pic of the wash cloth afterward…You should have seen the rag! It made me cringe thinking how dirty it was. With this particular stain above…it was being more stubborn, so I took a soft bristle brush and lightly went over the stain. Be sure to test on an inconspicuous area first!

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Stain is gone!! The Rubbing Alcohol dries so quickly…it doesn’t leave those stains you get when it’s dried. Fabulous!!!! Instantly clean!!!

This really works great!

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19 thoughts on “How to Clean Microfiber Furniture

  1. Thanks for this tip. I’ll use it. A cleaning tip you may/ may not be interested in: My neighbors recently threw out a large rug that they kept outside under a covered patio. The tan rug had rust stains on it from their furniture. I grabbed it. It was a completely synthetic fiber rug. I scrubbed the rug with washing detergent, but used Barkeepers Friend applied with an old toothbrush and a little water on the rust stains. Every rust stain came out. All of them.

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    1. It really is awesome. It not only cleans and dries fast because it’s less than pennies. It takes the odors out too! I am so pleased I could find something…finally..that works.

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  2. Good read and suggestions on taking spots out. Be careful on some of the stuff you use b/c it can cause a lose of color. I always recommend trying rubbing alcohol or any home made product in a inconspicuous spot so you don’t cause any damage or lose of color.

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    1. I was so happy this worked! I sprayed it lightly…it cleaned and dried fast so it didn’t leave a water spot! I have been hiding that stain for a long time! Thank you for your suggestion…I will add it to the blog!

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