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Refers to the top layer of the cowhide that has been minimally altered to hide imperfections.
  • Italian Leather: It's used for most high-end furniture upholstery. Italian leather looks good and is much more durable when compared to other leathers.
  • Aniline Leather: It's a type of leather that is dyed with Aniline dye and does not contain a top-coat on the finished leather.  Aniline leather is very soft to the touch and appears luxurious.
  • Vintage Full Grain Leather: It's the highest-quality full-grain leather that has aged to a beautiful, burnished patina. Due to the unique imperfections in authentic vintage leather, it is next to impossible to accurately imitate the look.

How to Clean Leather:

Use mild dish soap and lukewarm water to clean up your leather. Add a ½ cup of soap solution in a bowl of warm water. Mix them well and dab a microfiber cloth in it. Now use the damp cloth to remove stains, marks and soil from your leather furniture. Make sure you remove all the dry dirt and dust using a vacuum cleaner before using this cleaning solution.

Wipe down the leather using a wet cloth and dry it. For a heavily soiled area, apply a drop of soap directly into the damp cloth and rub it over the stain. Ensure you buff it dry immediately after using this trick to remove the excess soap from your furniture.

It is important to remember that your furniture is part of your home and will show signs of wear and tear as use occurs. Do your best to keep it clean with these tips; however, be aware signs of use (aka love) is expected. 

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It looks and feel like linen, but the durability, strength, and appeal of a synthetic fabric.

How to Clean Linen:

Make a solution of 1 teaspoon mild laundry detergent, one teaspoon white vinegar and 1 quart of warm water. Use a light dabbing motion to apply the solution with a microfiber towel, followed by a clean cloth dipped and wrung out with cold fresh water to rinse away the solution. Test your cleanser on a small, discreet section of the sofa first.

Encourage fabric to dry quickly to prevent the growth of bacteria. You can also use a hairdryer to accelerate the drying process. When the material is completely dry, go over it with a soft-bristled scrub brush working in a circular motion. This helps return polyester fibres to their original condition, resulting in softer, more supple fabric.

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Soft, thick and luxurious, it feels as good as it looks . Velvet stands out from other upholstery fabrics, adding depth and definition to the shape of a piece.  

How to Clean Velvet:

Blot wet spills dry with a clean cloth until they disappear. If a liquid has been spilled on your velvet, grab a clean, dry cloth. Take your material to the affected area and blot the site repeatedly. Tap it gently with the cloth to soak up the excess liquid. When a section of your cloth gets damp, move the cloth around in your hand until you find a dry area. Continue doing this until the spill is completely dried out.

  • Avoid rubbing the cloth. Moving your cloth back and forth may work the liquid deeper into the fabric.
  • You can use paper towels instead of a dry cloth if you prefer, but if the paper towels aren’t highly absorbent, you’ll need to use a lot of them.

Combine a small amount of dish soap and water in a bucket, mixing it until it becomes sudsy. Soak the cloth in the sudsy water and apply it gently to the stain. Use the sudsy cloth to blot the stain until it disappears. The velvet fabric needs to dry quickly. Use a hairdryer or fan to accelerate the drying process.

Vacuum your sofa with a handheld vacuum or hose attachment at least once a month to ensure that your sofa stays clean and comfortable.

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How to Clean Velvet:

Blot wet spills dry with a clean cloth until they disappear. If a liquid has been spilled on your velvet, grab a clean, dry cloth. Take your material to the affected area and blot the site repeatedly. Tap it gently with the cloth to soak up the excess liquid. When a section of your cloth gets damp, move the cloth around in your hand until you find a dry area. Continue doing this until the spill is completely dried out.

  • Avoid rubbing the cloth. Moving your cloth back and forth may work the liquid deeper into the fabric.
  • You can use paper towels instead of a dry cloth if you prefer, but if the paper towels aren’t highly absorbent, you’ll need to use a lot of them.

Combine a small amount of dish soap and water in a bucket, mixing it until it becomes sudsy. Soak the cloth in the sudsy water and apply it gently to the stain. Use the sudsy cloth to blot the stain until it disappears. The velvet fabric needs to dry quickly. Use a hairdryer or fan to accelerate the drying process.

Vacuum your sofa with a handheld vacuum or hose attachment at least once a month to ensure that your sofa stays clean and comfortable.

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How to Clean Boucle:

First step is to remove any dirt accumulated on the furniture. Use a vacuum on the gentle settings so that you don’t damage the fabric. Start from the top of the furniture and work your way down. After removing the accumulated dirt on the furniture, you should use a soft-bristled brush to brush the fabric gently. This will help to loosen any dirt or debris stuck in the fabric. Keep in mind that you should be gentle when brushing the fabric to not damage it. DO NOT use a wire brush on the furniture. This can damage the fabric and cause it to fray. Always use the softest brush you can find. Once you have brushed the fabric, you should use a lint roller to remove loose dirt or debris. This will also help to remove any hair or fuzz that might be stuck in the fabric. You must use this to remove hair or fuzz as they can be challenging to remove with a vacuum cleaner. Start at the top of the Boucle furniture and roll the lint roller down. Use a clean, dry cloth for any stains. Boucle is generally less absorbent, and less likely to absorb large amounts of liquids. This means the top stains on the fabric will stay on the surface for a while. Soak the dry cloth with a fabric cleaner and clean it by rubbing on the fabric stains gently. If the stain does not disappear, you can use a dry cleaning solvent. Remember to use the same amount of dry cleaning solvent; too much can damage your fabric. Use only enough water to dampen the fabric. After cleaning the furniture, allow it to dry completely. Do not use the furniture until it is scorched.

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