Is your couch’s slipcover looking a bit spotty? Throw pillows starting to smell suspect? It’s probably time for a slipcover cleaning, but that doesn’t have to mean calling in the professionals. Our foolproof moves will let you wash your slipcovers and throw pillows in the machine and spot clean spills and discoloration as they happen. Read on, steal our moves, then sit back and relax on your freshly-cleaned couch! Ahhh.
Streamline Stain Removal
Remove slipcovers from your sofa and scan the fabric for stains. Treat with Stain Solution and the Stain Brush, gently working the formula into the fabric to break up the spot. If throw pillow covers have an insert, remove the insert before tackling stains. If not, treat the fabric directly.
Get Down To Washing
Did you know most slipcovers and throw pillow covers can be laundered in cool water and a delicate machine washing machine setting? For durable fabrics like cotton, linen, and durable synthetics, wash with color-preserving, stain-fading Signature Detergent. For more delicate fabrics like washable velvet or silk, use Delicate Wash, which is formulated to wash even “dry clean only” fabrics.