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Fabric sofas look great and can be especially cozy. They can also be a major nightmare when it comes to cleaning. But spills are bound to happen from time to time and, unless you want to adorn your couch with those beautiful plastic covers, you’re going to need to know how to clean a fabric sofa.
Reclaim your couch’s lounge-worthy status with the help of some handy how-tos.
As soon as a spill or stain occurs, get to cleaning it immediately. Waiting too long before treating a stain – even a matter of a few minutes – can cause the stain to set, making it harder to get out.
Always, always check the manufacturer’s cleaning instructions before attempting to remove stains from your sofa or freshen up your couch. Failing to do so could void warranties or flat-out ruin your couch.
You know those random letters on your sofa’s tags? Those are actually codes! Check out the table below for the list of codes – and what they mean.
Go over the entire sofa with a stiff brush with natural bristles to help loosen stains and bring dust and dirt to the surface.
The best and most budget-friendly way to manage stains on your sofa is to make your own cleaning solution.Simply mix a teaspoon of washing-up liquid, white vinegar, baking soda and warm water – baking soda and vinegar work really well together, removing any difficult stains quite quickly.Just make sure to test the solution on a hidden piece of the fabric, to make sure it doesn’t discolour your sofa.
Pat down any wet areas with a dry towel to soak up the residual moisture. Gently brush off any remaining cleaning solution.
Now you know how to clean a fabric sofa so that you can get right back to snuggling and streaming your favorite shows. Have any other stains you need to get rid of?