In the production of couches and chairs, polyester fibers, commonly known as microfiber, and polyurethane foam are frequently combined. The fabric covering is made of polyester fibers, while the internal cushioning is made of polyurethane foam. To prevent harm to the internal padding, keep the exterior fabric clean and free of dirt or spills. If a spill occurs, it is critical to clean it up as soon as possible.
Before cleaning, vacuum the polyester fiber covering on the outside. Make sure all cushions are removed so you can vacuum underneath them. Ensure that all stray hairs and debris are eliminated.
Using a paper towel or a soft cloth, blot any moist patches. Don’t press down too hard. This will keep the liquid from permeating the padding’s polyurethane foam.
Allow a quarter cup of baking soda to remain on the spilt areas for 20 minutes. This will allow the baking soda to absorb any extra moisture. After 20 minutes, vacuum up the baking soda.
1 quart warm water plus 2 to 3 tablespoons mild detergent The best dishwashing detergent is liquid. The amount of detergent used is determined by the size of the surface to be cleaned. To make a foam, combine the ingredients in a mixing bowl.
Dip a sponge or cloth into the solution that isn’t abrasive. Before using it, wring it out.
Apply a generous amount of the solution on the stain and scrape it into the fabric. Working from the outside in, scrub in a circular motion.
Wipe down the area you just washed with a clean cloth dampened in warm water. As much soap and solution as possible should be removed. When you’re finished, make sure the area is completely dry.