WOODS AND WOOD SHEETS
BE CAREFUL WITH EXPOSURE TO THE SUN

The characteristics of these materials make them sensitive to sunlight. Therefore, if they are regularly exposed to this type of light, we recommend that you avoid leaving objects on these surfaces for a long time during the first 6 or 8 weeks. This should prevent marks or rings from appearing on the furniture.

CLEANING MODE

A damp (not soggy) cloth will suffice. It is important to dry these types of surfaces well as they can be damaged by liquids. In case something is spilled on them, it should be dried immediately. If it is necessary to remove any stain, it should be rubbed gently, using mild soap and warm water.

 

LEATHER
SUN AND / OR HEAT DAMAGE

Leather may lighten in direct sunlight, so be careful where you place it if you want to prevent it from changing color. It can also be damaged if it is exposed to heat, so we recommend that we place it, do not place it too close to a radiator or heat sources such as fireplaces.

CLEANING MODE

You can clean the leather with a soft, dry cloth. Or using a cloth and soapy water for a more thorough cleaning. To make the leather look its best, we recommend cleaning it regularly with a specific product for leather.

 


UPHOLSTERY
CONTINUED EXPOSURE TO THE SUN

The color of upholstered furniture will lighten over time if exposed to direct sunlight, so you should be careful about the placement of the furniture.

CUSHION MAINTENANCE

In order for the appearance of the seat cushions to be the best possible, and to prevent them from losing their shape, it is advisable to rotate them regularly. Shake foam, feather, or fiber cushions as often as possible to help them hold their shape.

LEGS
Make sure the legs of your chair or sofa are tight. Try not to drag this type of furniture to avoid damaging its legs or the floor.