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Product Care

Care and Maintenance of your Furniture

  • Maintain a safe distance between your furniture and heating sources.
  • Avoid placing your furniture under direct sunlight. All materials will fade over time when placed in direct sunlight.
  • To move a furniture, always lift it. Do not drag or push it.
  • Do not slide lamps and other objects across the furniture surface during dusting. It may easily damage it.

Care and Maintenance for Cabinet Surfaces

  • Dusts using a soft, lint free cloth. Do not use spirit-based cleaners.
  • Most sticky marks can be removed with a diluted solution of warm soapy water. Dry off immediately.
  • The surfaces should not be allowed to come into contact with solvents, spirits or acidic liquids. If this occurs, damage to the finish may be reduced by immediate removal of the spillage by a dry cloth, followed by a wipe over with a damp cloth.

Leather Care

  • When necessary, brush or vacuum away dust and grit and wipe over with a soft cloth.
  • Wipe up any excess liquid immediately with an absorbent cloth or sponge.
  • We recommend cleaning every 3-4 months with leather cleaner followed by an application of leather protector, following directions from the cleaning product manufacturer.
  • Accumulation of perspiration and body oils on arm pads, headrests, etc may damage the leather. These areas may require more frequent cleaning.
  • Do not expose leather to direct sunlight or intensive heat. Prolonged exposure to heat vents or radiators will cause your leather to dry out, crack or harden.
  • Always avoid excessive hard rubbing.
  • Do not dry clean or machine wash.
  • Never use harsh chemicals or paint around your leather sofa.
  • Keep materials like fingernail polish, bleach, nail polish remover, glue and household cleaning agent away from your leather furniture. Always cover your upholstery before using these chemicals.
  • Do not use saddle soap, detergents, abrasives, unidentified leather cleansers, suede cleaners or any other products containing silicon, oil or solvents, as they will adversely affect the surface of the leather.

Glass Care

  • To clean glass panels or mirrors, use a damp cloth or leather with a mild detergent if required. Do not use any substance containing abrasives since these will scratch glass and may also damage the surrounding surfaces.

Upholstery Care

  • Vacuum seat pads regularly, and remove any stains with a household aerosol dry cleanser.