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LEATHER & CARE INFORMATION

"It is important to always remember that when you put fine furniture into your home or office, you need to give it the care it deserves."



ROOM TEMPERATURE SETTINGS

It is important to keep the home or office in which your furniture is placed properly humidified. Natural products such as leather prefer a reasonable level of temperature and humidity. Leather should not sit near heating or air conditioning registers. These remove necessary moisture from your furniture and dry it out, causing additional cracks or splits.



WOOD CARE & HANDLING

Wood is a natural product. Sun bleaching will occur when wood furniture is exposed to sunlight. This will cause darker finishes to lighten and sometimes cause lighter finishes to darken. For this reason, try to avoid placing furniture in direct sunlight and rearrange accessories from time to time to prevent spot bleaching.

For daily maintenance, use clean and soft cotton rags or cloths to wipe off dust on the surface along the grains. Never use damp rags and never use anything with a hard surface to rub onto the furniture. Always keep the surface clear of any acid or chemical substances.

In order to avoid any damages, defects or issues from occurring, refrain from stacking large and/or heavy objects on top of the furniture.



UPHOLSTERY CARE & HANDLING

It is important to remember that due to its genuine features, leather has natural wrinkles as well as color and texture variations. Leather surfaces on beds, sofas or chairs should be dusted regularly with a dry or slightly damp soft cloth ‐ avoid using chemical cleaners. Also, and most importantly, remember to never rub a stain on leather or fabric. Always dab it out with a slightly damp cloth.

Please note that no two pieces of leather are the same; they all have different textures, heredities and backgrounds. There are 3 main characteristics or "blemishes" of natural leather: scratches, wrinkles and scars:



Scratches

When the texture is smooth to touch with slight variation of color to the surrounding area of the dye.

Wrinkles

When there are natural folds highlighting unique grain patterns and one-of-a-kind upholstered furniture is created.

Healed Scars

Scratches and deeper rubs that create an organic and distinctively authentic character. These marks do not affect durability of the hide.

SPECIFIC CARE TIPS

Furniture lasts longer and performs better
when preventive maintenance is practiced.

Upholstery in daily use is exposed to various strains such as body oils, perspiration, general wear and color transfer from clothing. Please use the following care tips as a guide to protecting your furniture:

  • • Leather and fabrics, like any other natural material, can fade when exposed to direct sunlight over a long period of time. To minimize fading, avoid placing your furniture in direct sunlight.
  • • Keep your leather fresh and moisturized using leather conditioners and/or wipes, every few months.
  • • Avoid cleaners which use harmful chemical products. Many of these are harsh and are not safe for use on upholstery.
  • • Evade stubborn stains & protect your upholstery by avoiding household chemicals such as detergents, window cleaners, bleaches, nail polish, nail polish remover, glue, shoe polish, paint, and other corrosive materials.
  • • Leather is a natural product and any stress will result in tears. Additionally, when stretched, the upholstery might not completely return to its original shape. Therefore, when leather is used more intensively, it may become looser over time.
  • • If pillow cushions are sewn to the frame, any pulling or tugging might result in a tear. Please avoid any leaning, sitting or reaching over the back of the sofa.
  • • To keep your cushions looking fluff and new avoid sitting in one area and use the seating areas evenly.
  • • Leather and fabrics are not resistant to animals. Allowing pets on your upholstered furniture is not recommended. Their claws may scratch the covers, which can lead to an expensive repair. Their saliva is acidic and may also harm the upholstered finish.
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