How to Remove Hair Glue From a Micro Suede Sofa

While installing some new hair extensions, your container of hair glue may fall over and leak onto your micro suede couch. Hair glue is a cosmetic adhesive used to bond extensions to your natural hair. As the glue does not create a permanent bond like most other craft adhesives, removing it from micro suede is relatively simple. Using a simple solvent, you can break down the glue for quick cleanup.

Get to glue stains quickly to avoid damage to your micro suede sofa.

Step 1

Saturate a microfiber cloth with a solvent such as isopropyl alcohol or acetone. Avoid using too much solvent, as this can saturate and damage the micro suede.

Step 2

Press the microfiber cloth to the glue stain and dab repeatedly. Continue dabbing until the glue begins to lift, using more solvent as needed.

Step 3

Make a mixture of mild soap and warm water. Mix until the water is sudsy. Dip the edge of a clean microfiber cloth into the water and wipe the suede clean using a gentle circular motion.

Step 4

Allow the suede to dry completely. Once it is dry, restore the nap and natural softness by rolling a lint brush over the area.