Tips for cleaning microfiber furniture include vacuuming and brushing regularly, using rubbing alcohol to remove stains and cleaning with soap suds. Be sure to read the tag or care manual before attempting to clean microfiber furniture.
Vacuum microfiber furniture with a vacuum cleaner with a bristled upholstery attachment at least once a week. This helps to get rid of dirt and prevent it from grinding into the fabric. Gently brush the furniture with a nylon-bristled scrub brush when not using a vacuum cleaner.
Blot spills as quickly as possible to avoid stains. Use a plain white cloth to blot the spill, pressing the cloth down and lifting it. To remove stains, pour rubbing alcohol into a spray bottle, and spray the stains lightly. Gently rub the spots with a white sponge, and allow the areas to air dry before brushing with a nylon-bristled scrub brush.
Gently scrub water-safe microfiber furniture with soap suds to clean. Make soap suds with warm water and dish-washing liquid, and apply generous amounts onto a dry sponge or white cloth. Be careful not to get water on the sponge or cloth. Gently rub the furniture in a circular motion before using a dry white cloth to blot away the suds. Finish by gently brushing with a nylon-bristled scrub brush to keep the soft texture of the microfiber.