How to Clean a Microfiber Couch

Microfiber couches are incredibly comfy and stain-resistant but unfortunately, they don’t hide dirt very well. Although some darker colors help the dirt blend in (hiding it until you’re ready to clean it), lighter shades tend to show every bit of dirt and grime. This is especially troublesome if you have children, pets, or you’re plain old clumsy. It’s important that you learn how to clean a microfiber couch properly because due to the fabric’s unique properties, you won’t be able to treat it like any other couch. So gather up a vacuum with a brush attachment, rubbing alcohol, a clean white sponge, and a clean white brush, and we’ll teach you how to clean a microfiber couch!How to Clean a Microfiber Couch.

Although you can often simply remove your cushions’ covers and machine wash them, you will need another method to clean the arms and frame of the sofa. The first thing you should do is check the tag or care manual. Not all microfiber couches can be treated the same way, so it is vital that you read the information that came with the couch when you bought it. If you see a “W” on the tag, that means it is okay to use water.