Leather / Leatherette
- We suggest that you keep the above furniture away from windows and or any form of direct intense lightning as these if exposed for long hours can harm your leather and leatherette.
- Gently wipe surface with a clean, damp cloth and then wipe dry in case of spills. Refrain from rubbing at the stain vigorously.
- Often dust your furniture, wipe with a clean, moist cloth, and use a vacuum cleaner with the necessary precaution.
- A heater can dry or crack the leather/leatherette if not maintained at a distance of about 1 foot, therefore we suggest that you do not use it very close to your furniture.
Professional cleaning once every six months is required to ensure the longevity.
- In case of spills, please gently dab the spot y with a clean damp cloth; you can also use a mild detergent cleaner. Avoid vigorous movements, as this can work the stain further into the fabric.
- Using a Vacuum cleaner once a month is keeps away odor and dust from accumulating.
- Pet hair can also be removed by wearing a pair of dampened rubber gloves, and running your hands over the upholstery. Alternatively, a damp sponge can be used.
- For sofas with removable cushion covers, we recommend dry cleaning.
- For canvas bean bags, please remove the bean filled bag and dry clean the outer cover.
- For denim bean bags, please dust it with a clean, dry brush regularly or clean it with a vacuum cleaner.
To ensure durability, please avoid excessive sunlight, dampness, cold or wet conditions.
- Frequently clean wooden surfaces with a dampened cloth even so in case of spills.
- Furniture polish is easily available on online stores and in local hardware stores. Polish your furniture every once in six months, do not polish more often than this as it will remove its natural luster.
- Do use a mat while placing objects on wooden platform.
Engineered Wood (MDF, particleboard, veneer, plywood)
- Use clean damp cloth regularly to wipe the surface.
- Please use mats on the surfaces when placing hot, cold or wet objects.
- Wipe any spills and stains immediately with a clean, dry cloth or moisture can lead to warping
- Prolonged exposure to direct sunlight, high temperatures variations to humidity may cause the color to fade or the laminate to bend or warp
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