We offer a variety of upholstered furniture. Knowing how to care for your upholstered items will help protect your investment and maintain the life of your furniture.
It is important to vacuum your items on a regular basis with a brush attachment if available.
To keep pillows and cushions looking and feeling good, fluff and rotate them on a weekly basis.
Pilling is a normal occurrence as short or loose fibers on the surface of your furniture tangle together. It is more common to occur on areas that experience more friction (seat and arms). You can obtain an inexpensive fabric shaver (not an everyday razor) at fabric and big box stores to remove them.
Avoid sun damage. Prolonged sun exposure will fade and weaken the fabrics over time, making them brittle and more prone to tearing.
Always remember to lift up and move your furniture instead of pushing, pulling, or dragging it, which can damage not only your furniture, but your flooring as well.
Blot spills immediately with a clean, colorfast towel or sponge. See specific cleaning information on the product for specific instructions based on the fabric type.
Avoid the use of dyes, paints, inks, bleach, nail polish, and similar products on and around your upholstered furniture.
Test any product in an inconspicuous place first to check for color fastness.