Product Care

Fabric Cleaning

If you look at the tag on your furniture, you'll see either a W, S, WS, or X. These letter codes tell you which cleaning products or solutions to use to safely clean the fabric without damaging it. Since they are not exactly self-explanatory, here's what they stand for.

Water Based Cleaning Agent

Clean with water or a water-based product with a little foam from mild detergent or a non-solvent upholstery shampoo. Use as little foam and water as possible to do the job as you don't want to get the upholstery too wet.

Solvent

Clean with a mild water-free dry-cleaning solvent. Use just a little and make sure you have plenty of ventilation. Don't put any water on it. It is always recommended to try it first on an inconspicuous area.

Water-based cleaning agent or solvent

Depending on the stain, you can use a dry-cleaning solvent, the foam of a mild detergent, or upholstery shampoo. It is always recommended to try it first on an inconspicuous area.

Don't clean it yourself

Hire a professional. You can, however, vacuum or brush off surface grime and dirt.

Leather offers a timeless beauty and elegance. A simple cleaning regimen will ensure your leather furniture gets better with age, like a fine wine.

Dusting

Using a dry cloth, preferably microfiber, dust your furniture on a regular basis. If you prefer to use a vacuum cleaner, please ensure to use a soft brush tip.

Cleaning

Use a damp cloth with mild soap and warm water to remove any spills, soiled dirt, and scuffs. Try to clean any spills immediately to avoid it staining the leather. Use a furniture leather conditioner to help maintain its luster and softness.

Environment

Try to avoid placing leather in direct or prolonged sunlight to prevent fading over time. Additionally, keep leather furniture away from direct heat sources. This will prevent the leather from drying and possibly cracking.

Bonded leather is extremely durable and easy to clean. Follow these easy steps below.

Dusting

Using a dry cloth, preferably microfiber, dust your furniture on a regular basis. If you prefer to use a vacuum cleaner, please ensure to use a soft brush tip.

Cleaning

Use a damp cloth with mild soap and warm water to remove any spills, soiled dirt, and scuffs. Try to clean any spills immediately to avoid it staining the leather. Use a furniture leather conditioner to help maintain its luster and softness.

Dust all wood items regularly with a soft dry cloth. Wipe up any spills or liquids immediately and use coasters to protect the wood.

When placing items on a wood surface, be careful not to drag or force items over the wood as it may cause scratches. Use felt pads, coasters and placemats where necessary.