LEATHER (PU, CU, AIR) PRODUCT CARE

  • Use dry lint free cloth for dusting
  • Do not use Leather Care products to clean it
  • Keep out of direct sunshine
  • Avoid placing your furniture near a bright light source, a heat source, open windows, or dampness. Long-term exposure to direct sunlight will fade your furniture's finish, while extreme temperature and humidity fluctuations will cause cracking or splitting.
  • Even if the cushion covers have zippers, do not remove them for separate washing
  • Liquids should not be spilt on your furniture. Allowing water to sit on your furniture is never a good idea. Alcohol, nail polish, and perfume are often hazardous since they dissolve the material coating
  • Any solvent should not be used to spot clean. Spills and stains should be dealt with as soon as possible. Do not drag the furniture around the floor while moving it. The product could be harmed as a result of this. Instead, lift carefully from either end with two (2) people.

FABRIC PRODUCT CARE

  • Vacuum on a regular basis with a low suction environment.
  • Keep out of direct sunshine.
  • Even if the cushion covers have zippers, do not remove them for separate washing.
  • Using a hot water extraction machine, clean the area. Cleaning services are recommended.
  • Dishwashing liquid and laundry detergent should not be used.
  • Any solvent should not be used to spot clean.
  • Spills and stains should be dealt with as soon as possible. Do not drag the furniture around the floor while moving it. The product could be harmed as a result of this. Instead, lift carefully from either end with two (2) people.

TIMBER PRODUCT CARE

  • On any furniture surface, do not position hot items. Use a placemat at all times. Table tops with laminate and lacquer finishes have additional scratch and heat resistance, but they can still be damaged if not properly cared for.
  • Avoid placing your furniture near a bright light source, a heat source, open windows, or dampness. Long-term exposure to direct sunlight will fade your furniture's finish, while extreme temperature and humidity fluctuations will cause cracking or splitting.
  • Liquids should not be spilt on your furniture. Allowing water to sit on your furniture is never a good idea. Alcohol, nail polish, and perfume are often hazardous since they dissolve the lacquer finish when they come into contact with it, necessitating professional repair.
  • Spills and stains should be dealt with as soon as possible. Do not drag the furniture around the floor while moving it. The product could be harmed as a result of this. Instead, lift carefully from either end with two (2) people.

GLOSSY PRODUCT CARE

  • When cleaning the product, avoid using chemicals or solvents.
  • On any furniture surface, do not position hot items. Use a placemat at all times. Table tops with laminate and lacquer finishes have additional scratch and heat resistance, but they can still be damaged if not properly cared for.
  • Avoid placing your furniture near a bright light source, a heat source, open windows, or dampness. Long-term exposure to direct sunlight will fade your furniture's finish, while extreme temperature and humidity fluctuations will cause cracking or splitting.
  • Liquids should not be spilt on your furniture. Allowing water to sit on your furniture is never a good idea. Alcohol, nail polish, and perfume are often hazardous since they dissolve the lacquer finish when they come into contact with it, necessitating professional repair.
  • Avoid putting sharp or rough items on your furniture's surface. These will scratch the product's surface.
  • Spills and stains should be dealt with as soon as possible. Do not drag the furniture around the floor while moving it. The product could be harmed as a result of this. Instead, lift carefully from either end with two (2) people.

GLASS PRODUCT CARE

If the glass is chipped or broken, stop using the product.

  • Place very hot or cold objects on the glass surface only if enough thick table mats are used to keep them from touching the glass.
  • Do not sit or stand upon the glass surface
  • Do not use the glass as a chopping surface
  • Do not strike the glass with hard or pointed items
  • If required, clean the glass panels with a damp cloth or soft soap. Washing powders and other abrasive chemicals should not be used since they can crack the glass.
  • Spills and stains should be dealt with as soon as possible. Do not drag the furniture around the floor while moving it. The product could be harmed as a result of this. Instead, lift carefully from either end with two (2) people.