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Protect your leather furniture from direct sunlight and heat to avoid bleaching.

Never place in front of a radiator or in a warm sunlit area.

For general cleaning, use a soft, dry cloth.

If necessary, entire leather surfaces can be wiped down with a cloth and soapy water.

When vacuuming leather surfaces, make sure to use soft brushes to avoid scratches.



Wood and veneer are sensitive to light. For the first few months, try to avoid leaving things on furniture surfaces that are exposed to light for an extended amount of time. This will help to avoid stains and rings related to bleaching. New furniture pieces darken with time, so after a time they will perfectly match older pieces.

Wood and veneer are sensitive to liquids. Ensure to wipe up any spilled liquids immediately.

Water should be used sparingly on wood and veneer surfaces, and only with a damp cloth. Do not apply a soaking wet cloth to wood or veneer and ensure to thoroughly dry surfaces after cleaning.



Protect fabrics from direct sunlight to avoid bleaching.

Most fabric covers are removable, washable and replaceable.

To ensure the colors remain as bright and new looking as when you first received your furniture item, wash at 85° F or lower.

Fabrics may be vacuumed regularly (use soft brushes) and cleaned with a gentle cleaning solution. Viscose should be treated with a textile protection before use and only be cleaned with a professional upholstery cleaner as water will stain the fabric.



If possible, the seat and back cushions should regularly be turned over to make them last longer and let them wear evenly.

Cushions filled with foam, feathers or fibers should be shaken regularly to maintain their shape.

Make sure your sofa's feet are fastened securely and checked regularly.

If you have to move your sofa or armchair, make sure not to drag it over the floor to avoid scratches on the floor, feet or frame.



Use ammonia-free glass cleaners and a soft microfiber cloth to remove all smudges and streaks on glass tops.

Before you begin, ensure that your cleaner is safe for your wood or metal frame. It is better to spray the cleaner onto the cloth but be careful not to spray too much cleaner. This may cause more streaks as the cloth may not be able to absorb all the liquid. Work in a circular motion as you clean and always dry off the surface as quickly as possible.

Sometimes our products come with a "white haze" on the glass. This haze is due to the packaging material and can easily be cleaned by buffing it with your microfiber cloth and a metal polishing compound. Metal polish can also be used to remove small scratches from glass surfaces.

There are also other options available to you to get a streak-free glass top. Use a store-bought cleaner or you may also use other options – such as white vinegar and water or simply dishwashing liquid and water. Check online to learn more about creating your cleaning mixture.



We clean all our metal products with the same products we use on our glass surfaces (including chrome). Be sure to make sure your cleaner is not abrasive and can be used on the specific metal on your product.

Metal is also easy to clean with a soft damp microfiber cloth. Just pour some cleaner onto the microfiber cloth and clean in a circular motion.

Always dry off the surface with another soft dry cloth as quickly as possible to avoid any possible damage to the metal.



To clean any high gloss surfaces simply wipe the surface with a soft microfiber cloth to remove all smudges and marks. For stickier spills just use clean water and wipe with another cloth.

For a deeper clean spray, clean your high gloss surface with water and a microfiber cloth then buff dry with a soft, dry cloth.

Be sure to wipe up liquid spills immediately. Do not leave the water to air dry – instead buff dry with a dry microfiber cloth.




Avoid placing your furniture in direct sunlight, as sunlight causes fading.

Avoid extreme changes in temperature by arranging furniture away from radiators, heat and air vents and air conditioning units.

Avoid placing plastic or rubber materials (lamp bases, notebooks, placemats, etc.) on your furniture, as certain plastics contain ingredients that may damage the finish.

Periodically rotate accessories on furniture so they do not sit in the same spot all the time.

Use pads, cloth or felt to protect the furniture surface from plastic, rubber, hot dishes, beverages, bookends, flowerpots and vases.

Clean up spills immediately. Use a blotting rather than a wiping action. Water left over a long period of time will cause white spots in the finish. Alcohol, perfume, after-shave and medications can cause severe finish damage.

Use a protective pad when writing with a ballpoint pen on the furniture surface.

Lift and place objects rather than dragging them across the furniture surface.

Avoid placing furniture directly under windows.



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