Need advice on how to disinfect a used couch?

Any ideas?

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    07/23/14
    I know I pinned something, I'll check my Pinterest boards. Is it microfiber or leather? That depends on what you can safely use.
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    07/23/14
    Microfiber I think lol
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    07/23/14
    lol. Club soda would get stains out, but I would stick with vinegar and baking soda, hasn't failed me yet.
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      07/23/14
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      07/23/14
      isn't Febreeze just for odor?
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        07/23/14
        This is for vehicle seats, but I don't know why it wouldn't work a couch. I've sprayed with vinegar, then sprinkle on baking soda, let dry then vaccuum up.
        http://thehomesteadsurvival.com/easy-upholstery-s…
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        07/23/14
        The vinegar is a disinfectant.
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        07/23/14
        It wont discolor it?
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        07/23/14
        I've never had it discolor anything.
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          07/23/14
          I was looking at steamers at Amazon but I have no idea which to buy? I also have a shampoo vacuum. but I don't think regular vacuum liquid would disinfect?
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          07/23/14
          I have no idea about steam vacs. Heat is a good disinfectant though.
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            07/23/14
            This is the couch.
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            07/23/14
            I think I would just vaccuum and spray with vinegar then let dry.. You can throw the pillows in the washin machine . If there's ay stains spray a little more vinegar and put baking soda on.
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            07/23/14
            What is the baking soda for? wont it get messy spraying vinegar then baking soda?
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            07/23/14
            Baking soda sprinkled lightly will draw stains out. You can either vaccuum up or just wipe off. Baking soda and vinegar is basically a cheap oxi clean without the bleaching aspect.
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            07/23/14
            Ok. So I first spray vinegar then sprinkle the baking soda and leave it how long?
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            07/23/14
            Until it dries. That depends on how much vinegar you spray.
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              07/23/14
              This is SO ironic.. I literally just cleaned our microfiber chair!

              Here is how I do it.. take rubbing alcohol (70%), put in a spray bottle, grab a sponge with a course side.. and get ready! First vacuum your furniture to prep it.. then, spray away with the rubbing alcohol and get section by section soaked... as you do so, rub with the sponge hard, in circles, to clean and brush up the nasty dirt! You can do this over and over as need be.. the rubbing alcohol dries rather fast too. Finally, the texture might seem different, so you can buff with another sponge or dishwash brush.. it totally works! But as always, test on a small area first just to be sure!
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