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Fabric Care

Many people do not realize that their furniture can have a longer life if they follow some very simple cleaning instructions.

The Fabric Cleaning Code determines the best and least expensive method of home cleaning your furniture. The Fabric Cleaning Code located under the seat cushions or bottom of furniture determines the best and least expensive method of home cleaning your furniture.

W - Water-Based Cleaner

To prevent dirt build-up, clean your furniture using a vacuum or light brush. To clean stains, use the foam only from a water-based cleaning agent such as a mild detergent or non-solvent upholstery shampoo. Be sure to apply the foam with a soft brush in a circular pattern and vacuum the area when dry. Try pre-testing a small area before proceeding. If you cannot remove the soiling or stain, be sure to use a professional furniture cleaning service.

S - Solvent Cleaner

To prevent dirt build-up, clean your furniture using a vacuum or light brush. To clean stains, always use a mild water-free solvent or dry cleaning product. Be sure to clean your furniture in a well-ventilated room and avoid any products containing toxic materials. Be sure to pre-test a small area before cleaning the entire surface. If problems result, contact a professional furniture cleaning service.

WS - Water/Solvent Cleaner

To prevent dirt build-up, clean your furniture using a vacuum or light brush. To clean stains, be sure to use a mild solvent, an upholstery shampoo or the foam from a mild detergent. When using a solvent or dry cleaning product, always follow the instructions, clean only in a wellventilated room and avoid any product containing toxic materials. Again, be sure to pre-test a small area before cleaning the entire surface and contact a professional furniture cleaning service if the stain persists.

X - Vacuum Only

This fabric should be cleaned using a vacuum or light brush only. Water-based foam cleaners or solvent-based cleaning agents may cause excessive shrinking, staining or other damage and should always be avoided. These guidelines have been developed by professional furniture specialists. However, there is no guarantee these tips will always be successful so use them at your own discretion. When in doubt, consult with a professional cleaning service.



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