Leather & Fabric Care/Cleaning

GENERAL CARE

1.  Please ensure that your furniture is used as it was intended. Do not sit on arms of lounges, do not sit or stand on table tops, and do not pivot on the back legs of chairs.

Sunlight

2.  As with any product, prolonged exposure of furniture to direct sunlight will harm it. Direct exposure to sunlight will cause leather and fabrics to fade and may also cause excessive drying. Direct exposure to sunlight will cause timber products, particularly doors, tops and side panels to warp.

Leather Upholstered Furniture

3.  Please refer to the Lounge Booklet provided to you at time of order. The most up to date version of the Lounge Booklet can be downloaded here. This booklet contains comprehensive details on caring and cleaning of leather lounges, natural characteristics of leather, normal wear and tear of leather lounges and other important information. The information provided in this booklet forms part of this document relating to leather lounges.

Fabric Upholstered Furniture

4.  Please refer to the Lounge Booklet provided to you at time of order. The most up to date version of the Lounge Booklet can be downloaded here. If thread becomes loose on the fabric, simply cut it off. Do not pull it. Dust is best removed using your vacuum cleaner with the appropriate attachment. Avoid harsh brushing and sharp objects (rings, buckles, toys) as it will cause snagging of threads. Do not allow cats and dogs to walk on fabric upholstered furniture. As many fabrics differ in properties, it is best to follow the unique care and cleaning instructions labelled on your fabric furniture.

Lacquered and Timber Finishes

5.  Natural timber and veneer finishes will show distinctive markings, patterns and colour variations which are evidence of being produced from genuine timber materials. Always use protective heat coverings to protect against hot objects. A tablecloth is not sufficient. Always use coasters when placing glasses, bottles or cups on the surface. Regularly clean surface by wiping with a non-abrasive, damp cloth.

Marble, Travertine and Macstone Finishes

6.  Marble and Travertine are natural materials. Each piece is unique in markings and patterns and colour variation. Always use protective heat coverings to protect against hot objects. A tablecloth is not sufficient.

7.  Always use coasters when placing glasses, bottles or cups on the surface. Any liquid spills should be wiped clean immediately. Remove dirt and dust by wiping with a warm, damp cloth.

Chrome & Metal Finishes

8.  Dust the surface regularly to avoid build-up of pollutants, which may cause the surface to rust. Only use a recognised brand of chrome polish, if necessary. Avoid contact with sharp or hard objects as this will cause scratching.

Glass

9.  Use a regular glass cleaner with an appropriate soft cloth for glass. Do not apply glass cleaner to surrounding areas or the frosted side of the glass. Always use a mat to avoid hot objects being in direct contact with glass. Avoid contact with sharp or hard objects as this will cause scratching. Never lift glass tops from the ends of a table as this will put unnecessary stress on the surface and may cause it to break.

 

More information regarding Nick Scali's leather types can be found here.

Click here for the Care Cover video demonstration on cleaning Concrete table tops - http://www.carecoveraustralia.com.au/?page_id=645

 

Lounge Booklet

Download Nick Scali's Lounge Booklet

For more Information regarding caring for Nick Scali's lounges and sofas please download our PDF Lounge booklet.