Care Instructions for Wood

Posted on February 19, 2014

All wood and wood veneers are natural materials.
Protect the surfaces of your furniture by:
• Avoid scratching the surface with sharp or rough objects
• Clean with a soft, dry cloth
• Avoid frequent use of furniture polish as this can create a build up over time
• To avoid damage from moisture, wipe up immediately and dry with a soft, dry cloth
• To avoid damage from heat, use coasters and trivets
• Natural wood will change colour over time with exposure to light. It helps to control this by rotating any objects on your furniture occasionally.

Care Instructions for Upholstery/Fabric

Posted on February 19, 2014

Upholstery/Fabric Care
• Vacuum your upholstered goods regularly with an upholstery attachment
• Flip and rotate your sofa cushions regularly
• Down cushions will require fluffing more frequently to maintain their fluff
• To avoid colour fading, please place your furniture where it won’t be exposed to direct sunlight
• To maintain your upholstery, annual cleaning by a professional is recommended
• Treat stains or spots immediately. Blot the stain with a clean, dry cloth gently. Do not rub. Apply a small amount of cleaner and blot until the liquid no longer transfers onto the cloth. Take a clean, dampened cloth and blot the cleaner out
• Always use a cleaner that corresponds to your fabric’s cleaning codes.
• Always test a cleaner in an inconspicuous area


Fabric Cleaning Code Guide:
• S = Solvent. Use only water-free, pure cleaning solvents.
• W = Water. Use only water-based upholstery cleaning products.
• SW = Solvent or Water. Use pure cleaning solvents or water-based cleaning products.

Care Instructions for Leather

Posted on February 19, 2014

Leather can last for a long time if treated correctly. Cleaning done on a regular basis is required for maintaining your leather. There are 7 general rules when dealing with leather:
1. Do not use aggressive substances, soap or harsh liquids.
2. Dust and vacuum your furniture on a regular basis.
3. It’s important to wipe up any spills immediately.
4. Leather needs gentle care. Do not rub vigorously.
5. Keep leather away from heaters and exposure to direct sunlight.
6. Using a leather conditioner periodically will help to protect and maintain the condition of your furniture.
7. There are a multitude of leather cleaners on the market. It is very important to test in an inconspicuous area first.
8. Always make sure to pre-test any leather conditioner or leather cleaner in an inconspicuous area first.