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Preserving the beauty and longevity of your sofa begins with proper fabric care. Whether your sofa is adorned in sumptuous velvet, durable linen, or a cozy cotton blend, knowing how to maintain and clean its fabric is key to ensuring it remains a cherished centerpiece in your living space. In this guide, we'll walk you through essential tips and techniques to keep your sofa looking its best for years to come.
  • Vacuuming your sofa regularly to remove surface dirt and dust.
  • For stains or spills, blot gently with a clean, damp cloth and a mild, color-safe fabric cleaner.
  • Avoid using harsh chemicals or abrasive materials, as they may damage the fabric.
  • Avoid vigorous rubbing and never soak the fabric, working from the outer edge to the center of the stain.
  • Always test any cleaning products in an inconspicuous area first.
  • Protect your sofa from direct sunlight and excessive heat to prevent fading.
  • An annual professional cleaning will keep the fabric furniture looking best.
With regular care, your sofa will continue to be a comfortable and stylish centerpiece in your home.

  • Dust frequently with a clean damp lint-free cloth.
  • Occasionally use a light application of a high quality furniture polish to enhance the beauty of the fine finish. Avoid using oil polishes or waxes.
  • Always recommended to use coasters when placing warm pot on furniture.
  • Avoid long-term exposing your furniture to strong sunlight, heat outlet, open windows or dampness.
  • Remove stains immediately after spillage.
  • Leave a gap of approx. 25mm between the wall and the back of your furniture. This will allow air flow and keep the wood at a more stable temperature, helping to prolong its life.
  • Can be lightly vacuum, wipe with a damp cloth.
  • Avoid direct sunlight on the leather sofa to prevent fading.
  • If leather sofa is glued with glue such as chewing gum, use a special coagulant for leather to cure it, then wipe it off with silk cloth.
  • Do some light brushing weekly for general cleaning to remove surface oil.
  • Avoid getting leather products overly wet.
  • Use a dry cloth and lukewarm water to keep the brightness and texture of leather.
  • Daily care can be wiped with a wrung wet towel. Clean the sofa with a leather cleaner for about 2-3 months, or use a household vacuum cleaner to remove dust from the sofa surface.

Marble is a limestone and it does not tolerate any kind of acid. To protect the marble surface against grease and dirt, we recommend to saturate the surface before putting it to use. Polished surfaces are best treated with acid-free wax.
For ongoing caretaking, acid free wax or white Vaseline oil is recommended.
Caring for Honed (mat)
For ongoing caretaking of your honed (mat) marble table, we recommend cleaning it with a neutral soap. DO NOT use marble oil for honed (mat) marble.

DO's and DON'Ts
  • DO clean up spills immediately to minimize damage to your stone.
  • DO use trivets or mats under hot dishes and cookware.
  • DO use place mats under china, ceramics, silver and other objects that can scratch the stone's surface.
  • DO use coasters under glasses, especially if they contain alcohol or citrus juices.
  • DON'T wait to clean up spills on stone.
  • DON'T use cleaners that contain acid such as bathroom cleaners, grout cleaners or tub cleaners.
  • DON'T use vinegar, bleach, ammonia or other general-purpose cleaners.
  • DON'T use abrasive cleaners such as dry cleansers or soft cleansers.
  • DON'T use alkaline cleaners not specifically formulated for stone.
  • DON'T use scouring powders and abrasives because they will scratch the surface.
  • DON'T Place toiletry products directly on the countertop surface.
Marble tabletops:
General advice on:
  • Preventing stains and etching
  • Daily cleaning and maintenance