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  • Because dust and dirt cause upholstery to wear faster, we recommend vacuuming regularly with an upholstery attachment.

  • To minimize fading, we recommend placing your upholstered pieces where they won’t be exposed to direct sunlight.

  • All products (excluding vinyl material) have been treated to resist stains. This should be done annually to maintain the protective surface, please contact professional upholstery cleaner for product recommendations and instructions.

  • For persistent stains and overall cleaning, contact an in-home professional upholstery cleaning company.

  • For spot cleaning, use a clear cleaning product that corresponds with your fabric. Test any cleaner in an inconspicuous area first. Never use spot cleaners containing bleach or alcohol.

  • You'll get the best results if you treat stains immediately. Blot up as much of the spill as possible with a clean, dry, white cloth. Don't rub!

  • Apply a small amount of cleaner to a clean paper towel. Avoid over-saturation which can damage the fabric backing or upholstery foam.Blot the stain with a clean, dry, white cloth, not to the fabric which will just dissolve the stain into the fabric.    Blot off the stain material from the outer edge to the center of the stain.Continue to apply paper towels wetted with cleaner sparingly and blot until the stain no longer transfers onto the cloth. This may take several attempts.

  • When you have removed as much of the stain as possible, blot any remaining cleaner from the fabric.

  • Clear water based detergent cleaners are best at removing ground in dirt, organic stains, or non-greasy stains, but will also lift some oil based stains.

  • We have successfully used Mr. Clean’s Magic Eraser for cleaning vinyl products. Vinyl products could also be cleaned with mild soap and water. 

  • FOLEX is great for upholstery cleaning, test your fabric before applying. You can find FOLEX at your local hardware store. 

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