SOFAS

FABRIC

1. Brush or vacuum chairs regularly (at least once a month).
2. Protect from direct sunlight, as this will cause fabric to fade unevenly.
3. Dab spills immediately with cloth dampened with distilled water. If you choose to use mild solvent or upholstery shampoo on a tough stain, test first in an inconspicuous area.
4. For thorough cleaning, we recommend a professional in-home upholstery cleaning service. This insures the best look and greatest longevity.


SLIPCOVERS

1. For slipcovers in both pre-washed and dry-cleanable fabrics, we recommend a professional in-home upholstery cleaning service to clean slipcovers while still on bases. This insures the best look and greatest longevity.
2. Do not machine wash your fabric. It may cause discoloration.
3. Do not line dry because fabric may stretch. Do not store slipcovers away slightly damp.
4. Wash all chair slipcovers at once (just as you'd dry clean both pieces of a suit at once).
5. As with clothing, some fading should be expected; separate laundering may cause color variation.
6. For thorough cleaning, we recommend a professional in-home upholstery cleaning service. This insures the best look and greatest longevity.


HARD FURNISHINGS

Wipe with a soft, dry cloth. Avoid the use of chemicals and household cleaners as they might damage the finish.


SLIPCOVERED DINING CHAIRS

Spot clean with a damp cloth or sponge; blot to remove excess water, air dry. Blot spills immediately with a clean undyed towel or sponge. To prevent fading, keep fabric out of direct sunlight. Vacuum crevices. For best result, dry-cleaning is recommended.


FABRIC HEADBOARDS

To protect the fabric, spot clean occasionally with a damp white cloth. A soft brush or the brush attachment of a vacuum cleaner can also be used to clean dust.


PILLOWS

Pillows will compress overtime. Fluff and rotate your accent pillows monthly for even wear.


RUGS

Vacuum regularly to prevent dust and crumbs from settling into roots of fibers. Avoid direct and continuous exposure to sunlight. Use carpet protectors under the legs of heavy furniture to avoid flattening piles. Remove spills immediately; if liquid, blot with clean, undyed cloth by pressing firmly around the spill to absorb as much as possible. For hard-to-remove stains professional carpet cleaning is recommended.


FABRIC

Dust and vacuum your fabric regularly to help keep fabric looking new. Fabric will naturally fade overtime, avoid direct sunlight and heat. Dab spills immediately with soft white cloth dampened with distilled water. Do not use tap water, detergents, polishes, preserves or soaps to clean.


LEATHER

Spot clean. Dust and vacuum often, using crevice tool in seams. Avoid direct exposure to sunlight. Keep leather furniture at least 12” away from heat sources this will help prevent the leather from drying and possibly crackling. Avoid excess rubbing. Blot any remaining soap residue with a clean cloth dampened only with clear distilled water.

Blot until dry, repeating as necessary. Contact a professional leather cleaning service for more difficult stains. Never use harsh cleaners, chemicals or saddle soap. Before using any tipe of of cleaner, always test-clean on hidden area.


HOW TO PUT ON A SLIPCOVER?

Gently pull relaxed fitting slipcover down over the top of the piece, carefully working it from top to bottom; front to back. It might be necessary to tuck here and there to achieve the look you want. Place the seat cushion on the back edge (notice the front edge is rounded). Now start to put the cushion cover on the front with the zipper toward the back. Fold loose back pillows or throw pillows in half before stuffing into pillow covers, and then work corners of pillows into corners of pillow covers. There's a certain relaxed feel and look to your slipcover. Most large creases and wrinkles will fall out in a few days.


HOW TO CLEAN STAINS FROM YOUR UPHOLSTERED FURNITURE?

Few Simple Rules:

Remove stain immediately. Many spots are harder to remove if allowed to dry.
Remove excess moisture with tissue by blotting. If stain has dried, then brush and vacuum to remove loose particles before further cleaning. After removing excess moisture, or dried particles, moisten the area with upholstery cleaning agent, or foam, and then blot. Do not scrub. Repeat until stain disappears. After the fabric has dried vacuum thoroughly.
If the stain cannot be removed by this method, then use a professional cleaning company.