Published at Friday, 28 June 2019. Loveseat Sofas. By Hoshiko Ueno.
Microfiber sofas, if cared for, will stay very clean. Infrequently, they will still need a deep cleaning to remove any build-up of dirt and oils. Follow the manufacturer's instructions for your specific sofa; the tag should tell you if you can use a water-based cleaner or if you’ll need a microfiber solvent. For more information about the difference between water‐based cleaners and solvent cleaners, read our guide on cleaning a sofa. Always apply cleaning products in an inconspicuous area of the couch first to test the color‐fastness of the material before cleaning your entire sofa.
"Microsuede furniture" is smudge resistant, so tiny spills will bead up instead of absorbing into the fabric. This gives you the chance to take some paper cloths and soak up the spill before it stains. Soak up as much moisture as possible, including in the cracks among cushions. Wait until the material has dried before sitting on it again.
Sometimes after cleansing or if the microfiber upholstery becomes too wet, the material can seem a little stiff. This is because the tiny fibers become entangled. Brushing your microfiber sofa with a fine-tooth comb will revive the fabric.
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