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I did a quick google search and a product from guardsman came up high on the well reviewed amazon list.
Looking at the MSDS (Material Safety Data Sheet) this product is mostly stoddard solvent as is most "dry cleaning" products.
A number of years ago I was researching some "multi -fuel" cook stoves for camping and backpacking....one of them said Stoddard Solvent could be used as a fuel in that stove....Since then I have never had anything "dry cleaned"...dousing stuff with a flammable liquid ...to clean it....sorry I'll stick with a stain or use some other product.
A - With an infant, you don't really have time for that.
B - As KMS said, there can be some nasty fumes, etc., that you don't want the baby licking or inhaling.
You may be better serviced by having a professional cleaner come it and do this for you. They have the experience necessary to use these chemicals and can offer advice on perhaps treatments that may make the couch more cleaning friendly in the future.
If you could send us a photo of the fabric I might be able to give you some suggestions.
We have cleaned many pieces of furniture that had a cleaning code of "S" solvent. With steam extraction and differen't type of cleaner's.
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