I'm a cleaning pro – my 97c Walmart solution will make your stained fabric chairs good as new

I'm a cleaning pro – my 97c Walmart solution will make your stained fabric chairs good as new

IF you've got little ones running about with grubby fingers, this has probably taken a toll on your fabric chairs.

But, fret not, because there's an easy solution to get them super clean.


In a video, cleaning whiz Krys Dukes showed how she cleans her dining room chairs after they've taken a hit from her kids.

Using a 97 cent Fels Naptha Dial Laundry Soap bar that she gets at Walmart, the woman detailed the process.

She dipped the soap bar in a bowl of steaming hot water, then went to work scrubbing the chairs.

Next, she dipped a tire scrubber in the same water and went over the chairs with it, lightly scrubbing them.

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She then grabbed a Bissell Spotclean that she also purchased at Walmart and put some Mr. Clean Multi-Surface Cleaner and hot water in it.

Dukes proceeded to thoroughly vacuum the chairs with the Bissell Spotclean.

Afterwards, she placed the chairs outside to dry, and they were as good as new!

People in the comments were grateful for the tip and had suggestions of their own.

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Sharing a way to protect the chairs from dirt and grime, someone wrote: "I would recommend scotch guard! You’ll still have to clean them but it won’t be as bad!"

"Ma'am where do you get all that energy?? And I love that Naphtha stuff. I use it on my laundry!!" another mentioned.

"Can I bring my couches over," a third person joked.

"I use Windex to clean my chairs and use [a] brush. Works great too," a fourth shared.

"Thank you for this. Needed this cleaning hack," a grateful user wrote.




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