Care instructions

ESSENTIAL GUIDELINES FOR CLEANING AND TAKING CARE OF UPHOLSTERY FABRICS.

Proper care ensures that the fabrics will look well and will maintain their properties for longer.


AVOID DUST
Make sure that dust, stains and other impurities do not remain at the fabric surface.
REGULAR CLEANING
Fabrics may be cleaned regularly with a vacuum cleaner and special hose attachment, at lowest cleaning power, or with a soft brush vacuum cleaning element. Avoid brushing fabric too hard to protect fibre from damaging.
DO NOT DRY FABRICS
Never use iron, dryer, etc. to dry fabric.

PROTECT FROM SUN RAYS
Each fabric exposed to sun rays may be subject to discolouration.
PROTECT AGAINST HEAT SOURCES
Avoid exposing fabric to direct impact of heat sources, such as heaters, radiators, etc. A recommended distance from a heat source is 1 meter.

REMOVING SOLID SUBSTANCES
Remove stains immediately with a damp soft sponge. As you do it, try not to spread the stain on a clean fabric. If the stain remains on fabric, repeat cleaning and use a damp, soft cloth with white soap. Clean the stain making circular moves outside to inside. After cleaning, wash the remaining soap and leave to dry.


REMOVING LIQUIDS
Clean the spilled liquid with a well-absorbing cloth, do not rub liquid in. Wipe the remaining liquid with a clean and dry cloth (cotton rag, paper towel) gently pressing the cloth. Leave to dry after cleaning.

AVOID WETTING
Protect the fabric against long-lasting wetting or damping.

TEST IT FIRST
All cleaning and care products for upholstery should be tested on a hidden part of upholstery first. Always apply cleaning agents on surfaces, from seam to seam.

BE CAREFUL WITH CLEANING AGENTS
It is not recommended to use stain removers, bleaching agents, washing agents (washing powders, liquids, etc.), solvents, alcohol-based chemical agents, etc. Using cleaning agents may cause fabric discolouration.

Cleaning methods:


Do not wash

Do not iron

Chemical cleaning

Do not dry in tumble dryer

Do not bleach


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