Furniture Product Care

TIMBER

  • Wipe clean with damp cloth and dry with a clean cloth for general cleaning
  • Use beeswax polish for the occasional polish, avoid polishes with silicon waxes (like Mr Sheen)
  • Spills should be cleaned up and not left on the surface
  • Avoid heat sources and direct sunlight
  • During the first week of use, we do not recommend placing any object on the surface because irregular absorption of light can leave permanent stains or marks

UPHOLSTERY

  • Consider treating your furniture with water-based fabric protection
  • Rotate and fluff reversible cushions weekly to maintain cushion shape
  • Vacuum regularly using low suction
  • Protect from direct sunlight
  • Treat spills and stains as soon as possible. Gently scrape any soil or mop any liquid from the surface of the fabric
  • Do not remove cushion covers for separate cleaning or washing, even though they may have zippers
  • Shampoo clean using upholstery shampoo. Do not use dish washing or laundry detergents. Dry in shade away from direct heat. Allow to dry thoroughly before re-use
  • Do not wet cushion filling
  • Annual professional cleaning recommended through hot water extraction machine
  • Pilling can occur occasionally as a result of normal daily wear and should not be considered as a fault. Fibre pills can be removed by a battery operated pilling shaver

LEATHER

  • Protect from direct sunlight, heat and weather
  • Dust with a clean dry cloth or use the soft brush attachment on the vacuum cleaner on a weekly basis
  • Wipe contact areas of perspiration and body oils on a weekly basis
  • Remove all liquid and food spills immediately
  • Wipe with a clean cloth dampened with leather cleaner in accordance with manufacturer's instruction
  • Do not use shoe, saddle, or floor polishes or laundry cleaning products
  • Do not use solvents or cleaning fluids, abrasive powders, and paste cleaners
  • Do not wet excessively
  • Avoid hard rubbing or scrubbing
  • Dry in shade away from direct heat
  • Use leather conditioner or protection creme on a regular basis
  • For persistent marks, seek professional advice

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