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Buy/rent a shop vac. Start from the ceiling and work your way to the floor. Repeat the process as may times as you need until you are satisfied with the results (allow time between repeats so that disturbed dust is allowed to settle). Once done, sift through the contents of the shop vac's collection canister and remove any thing you want to keep. If you're ...
It sorta sounds like you want it clean without cleaning. You're not going to be able to solve a problem with dust without getting everything out of there, at least temporarily, and cleaning it top to bottom. Sweep, vacuum then hose it out.
Research the type of foam used and buy yourself on Ebay. Then insert it - alternatively you can buy a different foam and surround the current cushion with it. I found some relevant guides here (one has pictures) http://www.nabru.co.uk/blog/how-to-fix-a-sagging-sofa/ http://loveoffamilyandhome.net/2014/02/saggy-couch-solutions.html
One of my children stuffed a bunch of peanuts down the overflow drain of our bathroom sink. I was able to get it out with a wet dry vac, some wire to poke the stuff through and a lot of patience.
As soon as the spill occurs, generously pour water over the spill and use a shop vac to clean it all up. When I do this within a few minutes of spilling, the paint hasn't dried at all and it completely comes up with the first vacuuming. After 10–15 minutes, the edges have dried, but are still soft. Water + vacuum gets most of it, but some scrubbing ...
Try white vinegar. Then use hot water and dishwashing soap to remove the vinegar smell.
Dump a box of baking soda on it, wait a few days, vacuum it up.
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