Remove the cushions
The first step in cleaning kitchen chair cushions is to remove them from the chairs. This will allow you to clean the cushions thoroughly without any interference from the chair frame or legs.
Vacuum the cushions
Using a vacuum cleaner with an upholstery attachment, vacuum the cushions to remove any loose dirt, crumbs, or debris. Make sure to get into the crevices and corners of the cushions to remove all the dirt.
Spot clean any stains
If there are any stains on the cushions, spot clean them using a mild detergent and a damp cloth. Make sure to use gentle, circular motions to avoid damaging the fabric.
Wash the cushions
Once you have spot cleaned any stains, it’s time to wash the cushions. Check the care label on the cushions to see if they are machine washable. If they are, wash them in a washing machine using a gentle cycle and a mild detergent.
Dry the cushions
After washing, dryer machines can damage the fabric so it’s best to air dry the cushions. You can hang them outdoors on a clothesline, or lay them flat on a clean, dry surface indoors. Make sure to fluff the cushions occasionally as they dry to keep them from getting too flat.