5 tips to clean your fabric sofa

Oh no ! You spilled coffee, wine, … on your nice sofa or your newly acquired L-Shaped Sofa  (read more Sofas L Shaped – 2 best facts to know On L Shaped Sofas).

Let’s see 5 tips to clean your amazing fabric sofa.

Check the Manufacturer Instructions

Always, always check the manufacturer’s cleaning instructions before attempting to remove stains from your sofa or freshen up your sofa. If you cannot find the instructions manual, go online on the manufacturer’s website and lastly, get in touch with their support contact.

Failing to do so could void any warranties that you should also check if you have any, or flat-out ruin your couch.

Check that label

If you can not locate the manufacturer’s instructions, do not fret. There should be a label on your sofa cushions that clues you in on important facts, like if the substance is water-soluble.

Keep in mind that one facet of the tag may tackle the cleaning of the couch cover, while another will provide information for washing the cushions. Make certain you’re looking at the correct label before you wash.

Tags : What does that mean ? A few tips

Typically, you can find among 4 letters on the cleaning tag of your sofa.

Here’s what each means:

  • W — It is possible to clean the sofa with water

  • S — No water, Purchase a solvent-based cleaner

  • WS — Only use a solvent-based cleaner

  • X or V – Vacuum Only

Following The Manufacturers Cleaning Procedures

You could think that water might appear benign, but should you use it to wash a couch that specifically requires a solvent-based cleaner and nothing else. You will likely to end up with an unpleasant surprise.

Do not risk destroying your furniture by simply pouring water on it. Adhere to the tags. They know what is best for your sofa.

What is the best way to remove stains on your sofa ?

If your sofa tag is marked with an “X,” you should only vacuum it with an attachment.

And, as you now know, sofas tagged with “S” require solvent-based cleaners that should be clearly labeled with the directions you need for those particular products. The cleaning instructions below should only be used for sofas with tags marked “W” or “WS.”

Let’s have a look at what you will need to properly get your fabric sofa cleaned up. The following items and ingredients should be:

  • A vacuum cleaner with an upholstery attachment.
  • At least three light-colored microfiber cloths that won’t bleed on your sofa
  • A bucket
  • Distilled water – Do not use tap water. Depending where your leave, the minerals in tap water can leave residue behind such as white stains when drying. A quick Internet search should yield plenty of DIY instructions on distilling water, or you can find an inexpensive jug at almost any grocery sto re. If you are too lazy for research or to do it yourself, LeSofa.club suggests you to go with this pack of distilled water available on Amazon.com.
  • Liquid dish soap can be an always go to solution to easily clear off most of the greasy stains.
  • Distilled white vinegar

Note: one tip, you should always spot test homemade solutions on a small, inconspicuous area of the material before you begin cleaning. You can do a test on the lower back side of the sofa or in the internals of the sofa on which you put the cushion on top.

Finally, you can also use special products to take care of your fab

Clean your amazing fabric sofa

ric sofa such as ForceField Fabric Cleaner.

If you check most of the reviews, customers are very satisfied by the efficiency of this cleaner : ForceField Fabric Cleaner. It can be used on most of the fabric furniture and even on car seat (where you are most likely to have stain from any kind of disasters).