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Fabric Care

Fabric Cleaning Guide

1. DON'T PANIC
For stains like mud, ketchup, lipstick or silly putty, you’ll need to get a teaspoon. Remove any stain residue with the edge of the teaspoon or a flat utensil.

2. WATER & BLOT
Apply water to the stain and blot using a white paper towel or clean cloth. Repeat the process until you can’t see the stain on the paper towel anymore. Make sure to blot instead of rubbing the fabric during this process.

3. WATER & CIRCLES
Apply more water to the area and rub with gentle movements with a microfibre cloth. Use a mild soap for stubborn stains. Now you can do the circular motion rub trick. It’s OK. When using soap, use intermittently. Repeat the process until the stain is completely removed.

4. AIR DRY
Just air dry your fabric, it’s fine. This is really important- Do not use a hair dryer or apply heat to the stained area or fabric in any way.

 

General Maintenance & Care

We all want easy maintenance when it comes to our furniture- so here are a few tips on keeping your furniture looking its very best: Vacuum your furniture monthly to remove dirt, dust and pet hair–this will keep your fabric fresh and from wearing faster. Rotating and flipping cushions regularly will ensure even wear and prolong the life of your sofa. Cushion rotation will also help keep the casing and covers positioned properly. Fluffing back cushions regularly will help to restore their loft and resiliency. It is recommended to rotate, flip, and fluff loose cushions weekly or biweekly, depending on the amount of use your furniture gets.

 

Leather Cleaning Guide

Routine vacuuming and dusting is recommended. Use the upholstery attachment of your vacuum to remove loose particles. We recommend this at least once or twice a month. This will prevent build-up of dust particles. Avoid long exposure to direct sunlight, which may cause fading.

Blot spills immediately with a clean, absorbent white cloth, moving toward the center of the spill. Do not rub. For water-based stains, use leather cleaner according to package directions. For oil based or persistent stains, contact a professional upholstery cleaning company.