How to Clean a La-Z-Boy Microfiber Couch

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Things You'll Need

  • Suede brush

  • Vacuum

  • Bucket

  • 1 teaspoon dish washing detergent

  • Spoon

  • Sponge

  • Clean cloths

Tip

Absorb fresh stains on your microfiber sofa with paper towels or an absorbent such as powder or cornstarch.

Substitute dry cleaning solvent for diluted detergent solution to sponge stains on your microfiber couch.

A microfiber La-Z-Boy couch can stand up to people and pet traffic.

La-Z-Boy furniture has been adding comfort, function and eye appeal to homes since 1928. The evolution of furniture and upholstery has given customers a variety of furniture surfaces from which to choose. Microfiber upholstery is simple to clean and care for, and it adds softness, comfort and style to your living area. You can keep your La-Z-Boy microfiber couch in tiptop condition with regular and careful cleaning, using supplies that won't harm the upholstery.

Step 1

A suede or natural bristle brush keeps microfiber surfaces clean.

Brush the surface of your La-Z-Boy microfiber couch with a suede brush to loosen dirt and dried stain material.

Step 2

Vacuum the microfiber upholstery to remove loosened dirt and stain matter.

Step 3

Pour 2 cups of warm water into a bucket. Add 1 teaspoon of dish washing detergent. Stir the two ingredients with a spoon to create a soapy solution.

Step 4

Diluted detergent solutions cut grease and remove many stains from microfiber.

Spot-clean stains on your La-Z-Boy microfiber couch with a sponge dipped into the detergent solution. Dab at the stains until removed.

Step 5

Rinse the surface of your La-Z-Boy microfiber sofa with a damp cloth. Press a dry cloth into the upholstery to aid the drying process.

Step 6

Air-dry the microfiber surface of your La-Z-Boy couch. Brush the upholstery to blend the nap.

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Mary Ylisela

Mary Ylisela is a former teacher with a Bachelor of Arts in elementary education and mathematics. She has been a writer since 1996, specializing in business, fitness and education. Prior to teaching, Ylisela worked as a certified fitness instructor and a small-business owner.