Care for upholstered furniture
- Clean tablecloths with a vacuum cleaner, using special components at least once a week in order to avoid dust in the fibers of the fabrics and upholstery materials. If the surfaces are sensitive, use a soft brush and not a vacuum cleaner.
- To remove stains from a pillow of the living room (back cushion, seat cushion and decorative pillow) featuring zipper you can remove the cover of the cushion and wash (at 30 degrees), always following the washing instructions for each fabric. If you do not have them just call at any of our stores.
- For the stain removal from the body of the living room if the fabric is non-removable covers is preferred dry or ecological (steam) cleaning. In case you use cleaning product to remove stains, try it first on a non visible part of the fabric. If the fabric covers from the body of the living room is removable then you can remove it and wash it (at 30 degrees), always following the washing instructions for each fabric. After cleaning the the covers are likely to require stretching before reinserted. Any streaks will be cleaned as quickly as possible.
TIP: If you wash fabric covers in the washing machine, make sure to put all the pieces together to reset the possibility of color differences. Particular attention require the covers of the living rooms which contain wadding (like quilt) and only cleaned with dry cleaning.
Generally dry or eco (steam) cleaning consists well so the fabrics wear out less and last longer time.
- Turning often the pillows you have always to hit them gently to recover the shape and the material inside.
- If over time need extra material added in the interior of the cushions, contact one of our stores to arrange filling them at no charge.
- If wrinkled when using the tablecloths, you can restore it with a steam iron without touching the iron to the fabric.
- Fanning and shake frequently pillows, especially those that are filled with feathers.
- Avoid direct exposure of the furnitures to sunlight or heat sources (radiators, fireplace, stoves, etc.) to protect fabrics from color fading. To protect from sunlight be sure to protect them occasionally, pulling the curtains of the room (at least when you are not in the area).
- If you need to store pillows or furniture, cover with protective coating but make sure that sufficiently ventilated not accumulate moisture and they do not come into direct contact with dust.