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Instructions for Cleaning Microfiber Fabric

Step 1

Blot up any liquid spills as soon as possible. Liquids will initially bead up on microfiber; however, if given enough time, they will seep in.

Step 2

Dab stains with just a drop of liquid dishwashing detergent. Gently rub the soap into the stain with a slightly damp towel. Dry with a damp towel and the stain should be removed. If the stain is ink-based, use rubbing alcohol instead of the liquid detergent.

Step 3

Sprinkle baking soda on any odorous spot that is still stinky even after it's been spot-cleaned. Let the baking soda sit on the spot overnight, then brush it off.

Step 4

Vacuum the fabric if it is covering a couch or other piece of furniture. This will even out any marks left on the fabric after spot-cleaning and also remove any dust and dirt.

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