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  • Tiffany Hubbard

    How to Clean Microfiber Furniture....spray rubbing alcohol on the spot, scrub with scatchy side of sponge, fluff with bristle brush. Yup it works.

  • Christina Reidhead

    Cleaning idea for my microfiber couch!

  • Brittany Griffin

    How to clean microfiber furniture - spray rubbing alcohol, rub with scrub sponge, let dry, brush with soft scrub brush

  • Johnna Kitts

    method for cleaning a microfiber sofa - rubbing alcohol, a scrubbing sponge and a bristle brush

  • Mary Jane Doe

    How to clean microfiber couches with a vacuum, rubbing alcohol, scrub sponge, and soft scrub brush.

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How to Clean a Microfiber Sofa - Most of the stains on my couch were water stains from sippy cups. It helped to lighten the stains but not get rid of them. Make sure you do this on a day when you can have the windows wide open the smell of rubbing alcohol is quite strong (and make sure you're not pregnant or your husband will end up doing most of it) ;)

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How to clean a microfiber couch.... Spray bottle, Rubbing Alcohol, light color sponge, white bristle brush - pour alcohol in spray bottle and saturate the stain, scrub area hard with sponge, dirt will start coming off on the sponge(use new sponge when it gets to dirty) let dry COMPLETELY. (it will look dark & hard) take the brush using swirling motions & fluff the areas

how to clean microfiber. While I went through 4 sponges on my sectional, and I can tell the dirt came off, I still have stains. BUT-it does look better and cleaner. Gonna try it again tomorrow and continue to clean it often so that new stains won't stay and old ones will fade. You should try it.