How To Remove Spots From Furniture Fabric

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Furniture is a huge part of any space, whether it is the home or office. For most people, it is not just for utility but for comfort. Since it is used often, spills can happen, crumbs and dirt can get trapped, and sticky hands can leave stains. How then do your remove spots and stains from your furniture? How can you prevent stains that may leave permanent disfiguring spots on your furniture, apart from wrapping it up and staying clear of it? Experts recommend applying a fabric protector spray to your furniture to prevent stains and ease cleaning.

Sprinkle with Baking Soda: 

It is best to first prep your fabric furniture to remove dirt and stains that may have gathered on the fabric. Pre-treat your furniture fabric by sprinkling baking soda on your furniture fabric for 10-20 mins, then use a soft brush to brush the fabric surface. 

Use a fabric protector Spray: 

Using a fabric protector spray makes a fabric resistant to stains and easy to clean. Brands like Nasiol have hydrophobic and oleophobic properties that make coated fabrics repellent to water or oil spills and stains. These properties make it easy to clean stains and remove spots from coated fabric. A fabric protector spray has the added advantage of preventing fade and preserving the quality of your furniture fabric


Regardless of the type of upholstery, a handheld vacuum with brush extensions is great for cleaning out the dirt from your furniture. Dirt and stains can make your fabric appear dull and faded, but using a vacuum to clean it can make all the difference. Make sure to clean the cervices as well, to remove dust, pet hair food crumbs.

Use a Steam Machine: 

There are several varieties of steam cleaners in the market, but go for an upholstery steam cleaner, specifically for furniture fabrics. Dilute your cleaning solution with distilled water, fill the steam tank, plug in the machine, and steam.

Use a Homemade Cleaner: 

A commercial cleaner can be used, but homemade cleaners are advisable because they are less expensive and better for the environment. To make an effective homemade cleaner, mix 1/4 cup vinegar with warm water and dish soap in a spray bottle. Spray the solution on a microfiber cloth and gently rub the stained spot.


These are guaranteed steps to remove tough stains from your furniture fabric. We recommend using a fabric protector spray because it is suitable for all textile surfaces, protects surfaces from stains and UV rays that may lead to fade.