Wood and Veneer
Wood and veneer are affected by light. For the first 6-8 weeks, when the item is first absorbing the surrounding light, keep its surfaces clear of any objects or decorations. It is possible that uneven light absorption could result in permanent marks and circles. New furniture will also need time to absorb light before it will match the tone of your existing furniture.
Water is only to be used in small quantities an only in the form of a damp cloth. After wiping, always wipe dry with a dry cloth.
No polish or oil treatment of any form should be used.
Wood and veneer are very sensitive to liquids. Therefore, wipe up all spilled liquids immediately.
Always try to remove stains with the mildest cleaning materials.
Protect leather from direct sunlight and heat sources.
For general cleaning, use only a soft dry cloth.
If necessary, wipe or lightly rub the whole surface with a clean, soft cloth wrung in soapy water.
If vacuum cleaning, use a soft brush nozzle to avoid scratching the surface.
Leather Cleaners and Conditioners are highly recommended.
Cushions with a filling of foam/feathers should be shaken regularly to ensure form stability.
Expect a ‘breaking in’ period for your new sofa. The cushion fillings need time and use to stabilize to a point where they are smooth and comfortable.
All leathers and fabrics will stretch during use. To achieve best comfort, covers cannot fit too tightly. Therefore, some creasing may occur. This is not considered a defect.
Vacuum frequently (once a week).