Maintenance & Care Instructions

It is important that leather furniture is protected from fading and drying. This means leather furniture should be kept away from intense light sources such as direct sunlight and sources of heat. A leather protection cream should be used frequently to reduce related issues with drying and cracking.


Routine Cleaning

Routine cleaning involves removing dust regularly with a soft cloth or vacuuming using a soft brush attachment with the vacuum on its lowest suction setting. If necessary, wipe with a soft damp sponge or cloth.


Cleaning Instructions

Liquids and/or other substances accidently dropped on the leather should be immediately removed by dabbing the affected area lightly using a damp sponge until completely removed. Once eliminated, dry leather with a soft clean white cloth.


NOTE:

Avoid using alcohol or solvents as this can often alter the appearance of the leather.


Leather

Routine Cleaning
Routine cleaning involves removing dust regularly with a soft cloth or vacuuming using a soft brush attachment with the vacuum on its lowest suction setting.

Cleaning Instructions
Spot clean using a pH neutral soapy water, then seek the assistance of professional cleaners.

Suede & Nubuck

Routine Cleaning
Routine cleaning involves removing dust regularly with a soft cloth or vacuuming using a soft brush attachment with the vacuum on a low suction setting.

Ensure cushions are kept in their best condition, cushions should be plumped frequently.

Cleaning Instructions
Liquids and/or other substances accidently dropped on the fabric should be attended to as quickly as possible. Using a dry soft cloth, soak up any of the spilled substances, then spot clean using a clean white cloth. For heavier stains, a slightly damp cloth can be used. Do not use any cleaning agents or solvents, particularly those containing bleach on fabric. Seek the assistance of a professional cleaner.

Fabrics

Routine Maintenance
To ensure cushions are kept in their best condition, cushions should be plumped frequently. Alternating the positions of cushions, swapping most used cushions with lesser used ones. Often, removing the cushions from their covers and leaving them outdoors in direct sunlight for a period of two hours can help fluff them up.


Cushions

Routine Cleaning
Remove dust using a damp cloth. Clean using surface specific cleaning products and a soft clean cloth. Using a soft, clean, lint free cloth polish surfaces using an appropriate furniture polish.

NOTE: Direct sun exposure can alter the colour of the wood and lacquering.
Avoid using any products that contain, acetone, ammonia, chlorine and solvents, as well as any abrasive product. 

Woods, Lacquers, Plastics, Glass and Metals

Routine Cleaning

Maintenance should be performed using a cloth dampened with lukewarm water. An absorbent cloth should be used immediately in the event that marks are caused by liquid and/or greasy substances.


NOTE: Never use scouring pads on marble surfaces – particularly on high gloss finishes.

Marble

Routine Cleaning

Clean with mild soap, water and soft cloth. Because of ceramic surface, scratching is unlikely, however, it is still recommended to avoid using abrasive cleaners.

Ceramics

Regular cleaning is required for furniture in costal areas. Exposure to salt air environments can accelerate deterioration to a products finish. Regular maintenance and cleaning of indoor and outdoor furniture is highly recommended if furniture is within 5km from ocean/sea.


Coastal Areas

Routine Cleaning

These products are low maintenance and quick drying. Wash the products with a hose and wipe dry. Use a microfibre cloth and normal detergents to remove stubborn dirt. Avoid using abrasive detergents which contain alcohol or solvents. Wash detergents away using water and allow to dry.

Strapping and Weaves

Routine Cleaning
Wash down using warm water and remove stubborn dirt using a soft microfibre cloth. 

Aluminium

Routine Cleaning

Wash down using a hose and remove stubborn dirt using a soft microfibre cloth.


NOTE: Long term exposure to UV and weathering can cause the marble to appear cloudy. Consult a marble specialist in order to polish back the surface.


Outdoor Stones and Marbles

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