To preserve the beauty and longevity of your furniture, treat spills before they become ingrained, so abrasive and prolonged treatments can be avoided. A few basic tips can add to the longevity of your furniture.
- Rotate and flip your cushions regularly to evenly distribute wear. Try to do this once a week.
- All fibers will loose their "loft" and the cushions may appear to be sagging or crushing. It is imperative that you "fluff" your cushions in order to bring back the loft and more evenly distribute the fibers. This should be done once a week.
- Don't expose your furniture to full sunlight for long lengths of time.
- Keep your furniture away from extreme temperature or moisture changes.
- Dab spills with a soft, clean, white cloth or absorbent paper towel. If possible, do not let spills dry. Follow the recommended cleaning methods as described below for the type of cleaning codes specified. Usually the recommended cleaning codes can be found on the deck tag under your seat cushions.
- Remove dust and dry stains with vacuum cleaner or a soft brush attachment every 10-15 days.
- Leather upholstery should be dusted regularly and wiped down with a damp cloth. Never use any thing that is not recommended by the manufacture to clean your leather. Using a soft cloth to buff the leather after cleaning will bring out the patina and add luster to the leather.
Recommended Cleaning Codes for Spot Cleaning Only
"W" need to be cleaned with a water-based cleaner only- distilled or bottle water is recommended. Do not saturate and blot dry to avoid leaving a water ring.
"S" needs to be cleaned with a solvent based cleaner only.
"SW" can be cleaned with water-based cleaning agents, foam, or a solvent based cleaner, but do not saturate.
Test all treatments on a concealed part of the furniture piece first. Dab the any spills with a soft, clean, white cloth or absorbent paper towel. Do not apply solvents directly onto the stain, pour onto a clean cloth. Clean stains using a circular motion working from the outside inwards.
If you have specific questions regarding the furniture you have purchased, we recommend searching the manufactures website or contacting them directly.