Product Care

Allow your furniture to last a lifetime.

Leather Upholstery

Periodically dust using a clean, dry and non-abrasive cloth

Brush delicately using a brush with soft bristles or a soft damp cloth

Immediately remove the stain from the surface by dabbing with absorbent cloth or paper, and if necessary, use a soft wet cloth. Then use a specific leather cleaner to clean. Do not dry the leather in direct sunlight or with a hair dryer.

Fabric Upholstery

Professional cleaning service is recommended.Vacuum or brush regularly to remove dust and grime. Some fabrics may require brushing with a non-metallic, stiff bristle brush to restore appearance.

Blot immediately the spilled liquid. Clean the spot or stain from the outside to the middle of the area affected to prevent circling. To remove soil, clean the fabric with the foam from a mild water-based detergent. Test on a small, inconspicuous area before proceeding.

Do not use household solvents, hot water extraction or steam cleaning. Blue-jean dye can transfer from jeans onto white or light-colored upholstery fabrics with contact, even after several washings of the jeans.

Wood and Veneer

Remove dust with a dry cloth. To clean, use a soft cloth and water. Wipe dry.

  • Commercial cleaning solutions
  • Harsh cleaners
  • Glass cleaners
  • Waxes
  • Oils
  • Wiping dry liquids spilled on the table
  • Cleaning zones that have been in contact with food
  • Using tablecloth or fabric place mats
  • Using a trivet to put down a hot plate
  • Using a desk pad for writing
  • Avoid sliding rough or heavy objects on the table

Clear and Painted Glass

Use paper towel and glass cleaner.

Inform your customers about your brand. Make announcements, describe a product, or welcome customers to your store.

Painted Steel

Use a soft cloth and mild soapy water. Rinse and wipe dry. Do not use a scouring pad or an abrasive cleanser. This could damage and scratch the paint finish.