Sofa Care Guide

Fabric Cleaning

When cleaning fabric upholstery, pay attention to the following aspects:

Regular vacuuming: Regularly use a vacuum cleaner with a soft brush attachment to gently vacuum the sofa fabric, removing dust and keeping it clean.

Regular gentle wiping: Use a soft damp cloth or sponge dipped in a mild cleaning agent to gently wipe the surface of the sofa, removing stains and maintaining cleanliness.

Perform spot testing: Before applying any cleaning solution or detergent to the fabric, it is advisable to perform a spot test in an inconspicuous area to ensure that the cleaning agent does not have any adverse effects on the fabric.

Periodic professional cleaning: Depending on usage frequency and needs, consider using professional cleaning services periodically to deeply clean the sofa fabric.

Fabric Care

Fabric care includes the following aspects:

Avoid direct sunlight: Avoid exposing the sofa to direct sunlight, as it can cause fabric fading or discoloration.

Prevent liquid spills: Try to avoid direct contact of liquids such as beverages with the sofa fabric. If any liquid spills occur, promptly blot it with paper or a clean towel.

Leather Cleaning

When cleaning leather upholstery, pay attention to the following aspects:

Handle with gentleness: In case of severe contamination on leather sofas, clean them using a clean damp sponge and mild cleaner. Gently wipe the stains and allow them to air dry naturally.

Avoid alkaline cleaner: Leather undergoes acid treatment during the tanning process. Alkaline cleaners can reduce its softness and cause wrinkles.

Perform spot testing: If using a steam cleaner, test it in an inconspicuous area first to ensure it does not cause discoloration.

Leather Care

Leather care includes the following aspects:

Leather conditioning: Regularly use leather care products or leather conditioner to moisturize and protect the leather, preventing dryness and discoloration.

Maintain good ventilation: Ensure good ventilation and do not keep doors and windows closed all the time. Excessive dryness or humidity can accelerate the aging of leather.

Prevent direct sunlight exposure: Avoid exposing leather sofa directly to sunlight to prevent fading, discoloration and cracking of the leather.

Avoid heavy pressure: Avoid prolonged heavy pressure on the leather to prevent deformation or damage.