Vacuum your furniture regularly to remove dust and loose dirt. For fixed covers and fabric upholstery, it is recommended that you do not use soaps or detergents as they can cause colours to bleed and the padding underneath can become too wet. This can cause staining and interior damage. Instead, seek a professional upholstery cleaner to remove stains.
For fabric accessories and homewares, blot any spillages or stains carefully with a damp cloth, do not rub into the fabric and use appropriate cleaners and protectors to care for your items.
Flip, rotate and fluff removable cushions regularly to ensure even wear and increase longevity. Keep fabric items away from direct sunlight and heat sources, this may cause the material to fade or change the appearance.
For general maintenance, lightly vacuum occasionally using an upholstery attachment or gently dry brush the upholstery. Blot any spillages or stains carefully with a damp, light-coloured cloth being careful not to rub into the fabric. Water and cloth should remove most stains but you can also use a gentle soap, being careful to spot test all soaps and cleaners first.
To clean, blot any spillages or stains carefully with a damp cloth, being careful to not rub into fabric. Use strong steam and brushing to smooth out any wrinkles on the velvet and only use appropriate cleaners and protectors to care for your fabric upholstery.
For general maintenance, lightly vacuum occasionally using an upholstery attachment or gently dry brush the upholstery. For any spills, soak up any excess moisture immediately. For water-based stains, use a clean, soft, white cloth or a natural sponge with lukewarm, soapy water. Brush the stain with light, quick strokes. Avoid a scrubbing motion and work from the edge of the stain toward the centre.
These care instructions are a general guide, for any specific instructions check your product care label.