To machine wash microsuede, use a cold water cycle. Do not use bleach. It is best to line dry microsuede items to ensure that they retain their shape.
Microsuede fabrics are considered very easy to keep clean. In general, stain removal does not require washing, and most stains can be eliminated with the dab of a cloth dampened in warm water. To remove dried stains, such as coffee rings, gently brush the area and remove any residue with a vacuum. If the stain remains, place paper towels behind the stain and softly wipe the area with a clean cloth dampened with warm water. To remove oil-based stains, place paper towels behind the stain and blot the stain to remove as much oil as possible. Use a clean cloth soaked in rubbing alcohol to blot the stain. Use a dry cloth to remove any loosened dirt and oil, and allow the fabric to dry thoroughly. To eliminate wax and chewing gum from microsuede, place several ice cubes in a plastic bag and apply it firmly to the area. When the wax or gum hardens, carefully peel it away from the fabric. Remove any residue with a cloth dampened with rubbing alcohol.