TIPS FOR DAILY USE
- If you maintain the furniture properly, the furniture will last longer and will remain beautiful for a long time.
- Keep the furniture free of dust and dirt by regularly vacuuming it with a soft mouthpiece and brushing it with a soft brush.
- Remove stains with a suitable foam cleaner. Try it out on a non-visible location and follow the instructions for use.
- Rub the foam cleaner from the outside to the inside to prevent staining.
What to do when a spill occurs?
- Always work from the edge of the stain towards the center, so that no edges are formed.
- Do not rub or pull the upholstery too much and do not use too much force. This can damage the upholstery.
- It is best to use only a lukewarm soap solution and a soft cloth, and in no case solvents! If you have removed a stain, wipe the surface from seam to seam to prevent drying edges.
- After drying, brush the polish with the dust nozzle of the vacuum cleaner or with a soft brush
In the beginning, certain movements will not go smoothly, but that isn’t a concern. However, do not force it! The parts become more flexible with time. They can also make noise when they are adjusted. That is also is not a cause for concern. Often within this type of furniture there are connections between metal and wooden parts. Wood is a natural material and therefore responds to temperature changes and especially to fluctuations in humidity. It shrinks, swells or warps. As a result, small gaps can occur when connecting to metal parts. These can cause noises, especially with a heavier load. Therefore, after some time, or when there is a lot of noise, it is necessary to check and re-attach the visible, and also partly the invisible, connections between wood and metal. Some upholstery, such as leather, makes a noise when adjusted; this is often typical with leather and can be reduced with leather care products. Noises can never be completely ruled out with adjustable upholstered furniture, and are therefore not always a generally valid reason for a complaint.