Caring for leather furniture or coated with eco leather (synthetic material)
- Clean furniture with a vacuum cleaner at least once a week in order to avoid dust on surfaces and upholstery materials. Always use the right tool to not scratch the surface of the skin and leaves no traces.
- Clean the leather surfaces with a soft damp cloth and then wipe with a dry cloth.
TIP: Do not use products that contain chlorine, acetone, solvents, but also strong detergents, bleach and metal utensils, as they may damage the surface. Also require special attention skins type suede, which should only be cleaned with a dry cloth or soft brush.
- If you must face greasy or persistent stains, use a small amount of liquid dishwashing detergent dissolved in water and then wipe thoroughly, first with a damp cloth and then with a dry one. Avoid very vigorous rubbing of the skin to prevent damage to the surface thereof.
- Avoid direct exposure of furniture to sunlight or heat sources (radiators, fireplace, stoves, etc.) to protect the leather from drying-surface damage and fading of colors. To protect from sunlight be sure to protect them occasionally, pulling the curtains of the room (at least when not in the area).
- Be sure to keep the surface of the leather to normal hydration levels, rubbing the leather with special moisturizing emulsion.
- If you must store cushions or leather covered furnitures, cover with protective coating but make sure that sufficiently ventilated not accumulate moisture and they do not come into contact with dust.