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Cleaning Instructions

General cleaning

  • Because dust and dirt cause fabric to wear faster, we recommend vacuuming regularly with an upholstery attachment

  • Flip, rotate and fluff removable cushions regularly to ensure even wear and increase longevity.

  • An annual professional cleaning will keep your upholstered furniture looking its best.

  • Maintenance requires promptly treating spots and stains and should include routine, on-going care which reduces soil build-up on a fabric’s surface.

  • Do not rub or brush excessively or you may cause fuzzing.

Spot cleaning with soap and water

  • The spot cleaning method of stain removal can be used for most light to medium stains.

  • Before spot cleaning, blot up liquids on the surface with a clean, soft towel and brush off any loose dirt.

  • Prepare a cleaning solution of 1/4 tsp mild, enzyme detergent, such as standard dishwashing liquid, per 1 cup of tepid water.

  • Apply the cleaning solution using a misting spray bottle.

  • Work the solution into the affected area by lightly scrubbing the area with a sponge or soft bristle brush. Make sure to work from the outside of the stain inward so as not to spread the stain and rinse your sponge or brush frequently.

  • Allow cleaning solution to soak into the fabric.

  • Rinse thoroughly to remove all soap residues, as residues will attract dirt. Blot excess moisture with a clean, soft towel or sponge.

  • Repeat steps 3-6 as needed.

  • Allow the fabric to air dry.

Spot cleaning with bleach for stubborn or excessive stains

  • Remove any loose debris and blot the stain.

  • Prepare a bleach-based cleaning solution: Bleach should be diluted with water on a 1:10 ratio.

  • Apply the bleach-based cleaning solution using a misting spray bottle and allow for the solution to soak into fabric.

  • Work the solution into the affected area by lightly scrubbing the area with a sponge or soft bristle brush. Make sure to work from the outside of the stain inward so as not to spread the stain and rinse your sponge or brush frequently.

  • Blot and thoroughly rinse fabric with water until the stain is cleaned. Make sure that all bleach is rinsed off of the surface of the fabric.

  • Allow the fabric to air dry.