Cleaning and care of upholstery fabric
Proper care of the fabrics will make them not only look great, but also serve for many years.
Below, we present the most important rules on how to care of upholstery fabrics from our offer. If you have any questions about our products, feel free to contact us. We will be happy to answer and help you choose the best solutions.
Do not allow dust, stains or other dirt to remain on the surface of the fabric.
The fabric can be cleaned regularly with a vacuum cleaner using the special nozzle designed for this purpose, on the lowest speed or with a soft brush nozzle. When cleaning, avoid rubbing too hard to prevent damage to the fibres.
DO NOT DRY FABRICS
Never use an iron, hair dryer etc. for drying.
PROTECT FROM SUNLIGHT
Any fabric exposed to sunlight can fade to a greater or lesser extent.
PROTECT FROM HEAT SOURCES
Do not expose the fabric to heat sources such as radiators, heaters etc. The recommended minimum distance from a heat source is one metre.
REMOVE SOLID SUBSTANCES
Remove stains as soon as they appear, using a damp soft sponge. Do this so that you do not spread the stain over a larger part of the fabric. If the stain remains on the fabric, clean it again with a damp soft sponge soaked in white soap. Clean the surface with circular movements, from outside to inside. After cleaning, wash off any soap residue with clean water and leave it to dry.
REMOVE LIQUID SUBSTANCES
Pick up spills with absorbent material, do not rub it in. Wipe off the remaining liquid with a clean and dry cloth (cotton cloth, paper towel) applying gentle pressure to the fabric. Leave it to dry on its own when finished.
Protect the fabric from excessive or prolonged wetting.
DO THE TEST
All upholstery care and cleaning products should first be tested on an area hidden from sight. These products must always be applied to surfaces from seam to seam.
WATCH OUT FOR CLEANING AGENTS
It is not recommended to use stain removers, bleaching agents, washing agents (liquids, powders etc.), solvents, alcohol-based chemicals etc. The use of cleaning agents may cause colour changes in the fabric.