Because dust and dirt cause fabric to wear faster, we recommend vacuuming regularly with an upholstery attachment.
Flip, rotate and fluff removable cushions regularly to ensure even wear and increase longevity.
Feather and down cushions have excellent recovery, but much like down comforters or pillows, need to be fluffed frequently to restore their loft. Some feather loss is normal. Vacuuming with an upholstery attachment between the fabric casings and cushions will help prevent feathers from poking through the fabric.
Tight (attached) cushions will stretch and wrinkle with use. You can easily restore their appearance by smoothing the surface and tucking excess upholstery into the sides of the seat or back.
To minimize fading, avoid placing your upholstered furniture in direct sunlight. Dark fabrics and natural fibers like cotton are most susceptible to fading.
An annual professional cleaning will keep your upholstered furniture looking its best.
Fabric Cleaning Codes
The proper cleaning procedure for your furniture depends on the fabric content and is indicated by the Cleaning and Wearability Code in your fabric description, which can be found on the label. The Cleaning and Wearability Code is the last portion of the Fabric Description and may be “S,” “W,” or “WS.”
Cleaning Code S:
Clean only with dry cleaning solvent. Do not saturate. Do not use water. Pile fabrics may require brushing to restore appearance. Cushion covers should not be removed for commercial or at home dry cleaning.
Cleaning Code W:
Clean only with water based shampoo or foam upholstery cleaner. Do not over wet. Do not use solvents to spot clean. Pile fabrics may require brushing to restore appearance. Cushion covers should not be removed and laundered.
Cleaning Code WS:
Clean with shampoo, foam or dry cleaning solvents. Do not saturate with any liquid. Pile fabrics may require brushing to restore appearance. Cushion covers should not be removed and laundered.