how to clean a fabric sofa

If your fabric sofa is starting to look a little lackluster, don't despair; a little tender love and caring can go a long way! Cleaning a fabric sofa is important to maintain its appearance and prolong its lifespan. 

Here are some dos and don'ts to keep in mind when cleaning a fabric sofa:




Remove loose dirt and debris

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Start by removing any loose dirt, debris, or crumbs from your sofa. Use a soft-bristled brush or a vacuum with an upholstery attachment to do this. Be gentle to prevent fabric damage.


Spot stains

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If there are any stains on your sofa, you can spot-clean them with a fabric cleaner. Test it on a tiny, discrete area first. Follow the instructions on the cleaner and use a clean, damp cloth to gently scrub the stain.


Clean the entire sofa


Once you've spot cleaned any stains, you can clean the entire sofa. Use a fabric cleaner or mix a solution of mild detergent and water. Dip a clean cloth in the solution and wring it out so it's damp but not soaked. Gently scrub the entire sofa, and then rinse the cloth in clean water and wipe it over the sofa again to remove any soap residue.


Dry the sofa


After you've finished cleaning the sofa, allow it to air dry. Speed up the process by using a fan or opening windows to increase airflow. A hairdryer and direct sunlight exposure can both harm the fabric of the sofa.




Avoid using bleach or harsh chemicals

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Bleach and harsh chemicals can discolor and weaken the fabric on your sofa. Harsh chemicals can cause respiratory problems if inhaled.


Don't use too much water

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Excessive water can cause the fabric on your sofa to shrink or develop water stains.


Don't scrub too hard

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Scrubbing too hard can damage the fibers of the fabric on your sofa. It is especially important to avoid scrubbing delicate fabrics.


Avoid vacuums with brush attachments

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A vacuum with a brush attachment can pull and damage the fibers of the fabric on your sofa. Use a vacuum with a soft brush attachment, or just use the crevice tool.


Don't forget to test a small area first


Before using any cleaning solution on your sofa, test a small area first to make sure it doesn't cause discoloration or damage to the fabric.


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