Do you need to clean the microfiber cover of your sofa, couch, or loveseat? The rule of a thumb here is that such a microfiber cover should be cleaned like the synthetic polyester even if it looks like leather or suede. Here are a few ways to clean your microfiber sofa from different spots using different cleaning methods.
Your microfiber sofa is the best match to your kids and pets, especially if it has a removable cover. To keep the new and clean look of your microfiber sofa, you need to vacuum or clean it quickly on a daily base. If your kids cause spills or liquid stains, this is not a big deal. You need just to clean the spot spontaneously with a paper towel and read the cleaning instructions on the tag of your sofa to apply them and clean the sofa deeply.
If the tag has W letter, it means that you can clean the sofa using water solutions, but if it has the letter X; it means that you should only vacuum the sofa to clean its spots. Similarly, if the tag includes the letter S, you should clean the sofa with a solvent cleaner, yet S-W letters mean that you can use both of water and solvent solutions to clean your microfiber sofa.
After defining the perfect way of cleaning your microfiber sofa, you need to choose the suitable solution to avoid water or solvent spots. If you will use water-based solution, you can use a blow dryer near the spot to remove its effects completely.
If your sofa experienced an ink, oil, or any hard spot, you will need just alcohol-based products, a white sponge, and a white brush. You will spray the oil-based product and scrub the spot several times with the sponge to make sure that the spot is fully vanished. The white scrub brush will provide your microfiber sofa a brand new look, especially when you scrub a dry surface. Instead, you can spray an amount of a Lysol can on the spot and use a dry cloth and a white soft brush to maintain the new look of the sofa.