How To Clean A Microfiber Couch or Sofa

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Day to day life can often be messy, let's face it. If you have a micro fibre sofa, you will know that it is a little more difficult to keep clean than sofas made out of other types of fabrics. Here is a post that will show you the ins and outs of How to clean a micro fibre couch or sofa. If you own a micro fibre couch or chair, you know that when you get stains on it, it can be a challenge to get them out. If you use soap or even just water, whatever it is always tends to leave behind a nasty ring or circle around where the stain was. The results can sometimes look even worse than that actual small stain you were trying to get out!

This can happen because of the synthetic nature of the micro fibre, it will not act the same as suede or leather when it is wet. It is mostly made up of less expensive fibres of polyester, polyamides or a blend of both. Micro fibers are extremely fine materials derived from petro chemicals that are about 100 times finer than human hair. The materials that make up the fabric and the fine nature of the fabric weave make it really durable and long lasting. If your couch and chairs get lots of kid action micro fibres may be a great choice for your home. Of course it also likely means they will see a lot more accidental spills, stains and grime.

That is where the cleaning how-to's of Jillee's website can help you out. This post on One Good Thing By Jillee takes you through the do's and do not's of washing your micro fibre furniture safely. She links you to the best step by step instructions to get out all those awful stains that kids and living bring. And even gives you some little tips so you can easily find out more about which cleaners your couch can handle.

I have a micro fibre sofa and I didn't really even know about some of the things Jillee mentioned you could do or use to get and keep my furniture clean and looking new and fresh. It was great news to read about some of her suggestions and recommendations on her website. Her post gives you tons of information and even some photos of other people's couches before and after they have tried out the process you will be linked to through her site. The results are really astounding! You have to see for yourself and make sure that you favourite this article for future reference!

Spills happen. That's life. But we don't have to continue to live with those spills until we replace the furniture in 20 years. Try some of the ideas on Jillee's site for those stubborn spots on your furniture. You'll be glad you did. Head over to One Good Thing By Jillee by following the link in the description below for more!

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