Use these step-by-step instructions to keep your microfiber spotless!
Microfiber is a popular fabric for large pieces of furniture like sofas, benches, and chairs. It’s the perfect material if you love falling into the equivalent of a warm, luxurious hug at the end of a long day. Microfiber is super soft and plush, but it’s durable enough to stand up against frequent use and general wear and tear. Microfiber is also an appealing fabric for regularly-used furniture pieces because it is a lot cheaper than leather, but it has many of the same benefits of it.
Another crucial benefit of microfiber is that it is relatively easier to clean than other plush fabrics. In fact, it’s so stain-resistant that if you spill something on your microfiber furniture, it can be clean and dry within a few hours. A lot of people, however, don’t know the best way to clean their microfiber furniture. But, if you clean your microfiber correctly, your piece of microfiber furniture will last for years.
In light of that, we’ve compiled a list of 5 easy steps that will help you get started. The best news is that you only need a few things and a couple of minutes to go through the entire process (we even have resources for our homemade cleaning product users!) In the event of a stain, follow the steps below to keep your furniture as beautiful as the day you got it.
Instructions for Cleaning Microfiber
Supplies You’ll Need:
Small Spray Bottle
Sponge with Scrubber Side or Medium-Hard Bristled Brush
1. Pour the rubbing alcohol into a small spray bottle
2. Spray the stain, making sure to avoid oversaturation. Keep the bottle between 3-6 inches away from the stain
3. Rub the stain with the white cloth in circular motions until it lifts
4. Let the spot air dry completely. Be patient!
5. Use the scrub side of a sponge or a bristled brush to soften fabric fibers
6. You’re all done!
Cleaning your microfiber furniture is simple. You just need a couple of household items, a couple of minutes, and the tiniest bit of elbow grease. In just five easy steps, your microfiber furniture will be as good as new.