Desitin vs Microfiber Couch

Updated on May 04, 2011
T.N. asks from Boston, MA
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Any suggestions for removal......

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Well the couch won....at least enough anyway. Its her clothes that lost. Darn it a GAP tshirt too....

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J.C.

answers from New York on

Just had to say that your title made me laugh.

Can you remove the cover - if so remove it and rub from the back. Or you might want to try one of those steam cleaners so it will suck it up and not rub it in.

G.T.

answers from Modesto on

Love the title! Desitin is oily, try blotting with cornstarch or baking soda after you thoroughly wet and rub as much out of it as you can.

E.T.

answers from Boston on

Tiff, I suggest you try Basic H2 by Shaklee -- it would really surprise me if it doesn't work. It is non-toxic so is very safe for you and your family. You can order it right on my website www.GreenHomeBusiness.net I hope this is helpful. Please contact me with any questions or if you want more info on Basic H2. E. Taft [email protected]____.com

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A.G.

answers from Atlanta on

You may want to try a rag or sponge with a small amount of water and dishwashing liquid on it (like dawn). Try blotting it and not rubbing it. Follow with just a small amount of water and blot with that. Then use a dry cloth to blot up any excess water.

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P.W.

answers from Lexington on

try putting some hand sanitizer on it and let it sit for a while before blotting

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