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Old 05-05-2011, 06:37 AM - Thread Starter
 
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I don't know how, but I leaked some EPO onto the couch. It's a microfiber/microsuede couch. Any suggestions on how to get it out?


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Spray with vinegar and water and scrub the heck out of it??? Not sure. :-/


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90%++ rubbing alcohol.  70% will leave a water ring.


 

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Ouch. Yeah, I have always heard that you need 90% rubbing alcohol, as well. Definitely no water. Not sure what you're looking at, but for small spots, I have successfully used disposable baby wipes on my microfiber sofa. 

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