Archive for October, 2011

Cleaning Ink Stains from Microfiber Couches

Cleaning Ink Stains from Microfiber Couches

| October 27, 2011 | 0 Comments

We have already discussed the fact that there are four cleaning codes for microfiber couches. The method listed below for cleaning ink stains from microfiber couches works on those with the codes of S, W and S/W. If you have a microfiber couch coded X, speak to a professional before trying this method. The manager […]

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Cleaning Microfiber Sofa Code X

Cleaning Microfiber Sofa Code X

| October 26, 2011 | 0 Comments

If you purchased a microfiber couch with a tag that says it’s a code “X,” more than likely you don’t have children or the sofa does not get heavy usage. A couch with a code X tag means no liquid cleaners; the couch can be dry cleaned only. For those of you who are determined […]

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Cleaning An S/W Rated Micro Fiber Couch

Cleaning An S/W Rated Micro Fiber Couch

| October 26, 2011 | 0 Comments

Cleaning a micro fiber upholstered couch is bit different than cleaning a couch with the older, standard type, upholstery fabrics. Not to reinvent the wheel here, but microfiber comes in various codes. If your couch has a S/W code, that means you can use water based cleaners and solvent based cleaners to remove stains and […]

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Cleaning Micro Fiber Couches Code W

Cleaning Micro Fiber Couches Code W

| October 25, 2011 | 0 Comments

All microfiber couches need cleaning, but depending on the code they must be cleaned differently. Microfiber couches with a code designation of W must be cleaned with water based solutions or water and a mild detergent. Solvents (which are used on S coded couches) should not be used to clean microfiber couches with a W […]

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Cleaning Micro Fiber Couches: Code S

Cleaning Micro Fiber Couches: Code S

| October 24, 2011 | 0 Comments

Microfiber products are specially designed to last longer. The fine threads used in the manufacturing of microfiber cushions are 200 times finer and thinner than human hair. Due to the extreme art involved in microfiber products, they last much longer than ordinary fiber products. Microfiber products are dyed in solutions and are resistant to fading. […]

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