Clean & Care
Are you confused about cleaning vs. dusting?
Here are some guidelines that will help keep your furniture in top shape and make your investment last longer.
- Use clean, dry, soft cloths or feather dusters to remove dust.
- Do not expose to direct sunlight or excessive temperatures. Extreme changes in humidity can cause warping.
- Do not use abrasives or harsh chemicals on wood furniture.
- To remove food stains, messy or sticky spots, dip the cloth in detergent dissolved in water, wring the cloth nearly dry and wipe the area. Rinse dry with a clean, soft, dry cloth.
- Avoid direct sunlight exposure. Discoloration of fabric is a natural result of normal use.
- Cushions and pillows should be rotated on a weekly basis.
- Upholstered products should be vacuumed weekly. This will calm your allergies or asthma by reducing dust mites.
- Never use strong chemicals, protective agents or detergents.
- Spills must be attended to immediately.
- Dust with a dry or slightly damp cloth or use a vacuum cleaner brush.
- Do not use abrasive cleaners or harsh chemicals.
- Do not expose to excessive humidity.
- If piece is soiled, wash with a damp cloth or sponge using mild detergent
- Wipe dry with cloth to avoid water spots.
- Vacuum mattress regularly.
- Flip or rotate your mattress four times a year so that it wears evenly. It should be turned side to side and also top to toe.
- Do not allow your mattress to get wet. Consider a mattress cover to protect the surface of your mattress.
- Do not use dry cleaning products on your mattress. This may cause damage to some of the material.
- If your mattress becomes wet or soiled, blot any excess moisture using a soft cloth.
- Clean any stains with a mild detergent and damp cloth.
- No jumping on the bed!