To maintain the quality of your wood furniture, do not expose it to direct sunlight or excessive temperatures. Over time, air and sunlight will change the color of natural wood. Wood will also expand and contract with seasonal humidity changes. Maintain consistent humidity levels to minimize movement in the wood and prevent warping. Please also avoid furniture polish or any household/chemical cleaners as it can accumulate over time and leave a residue.
We recommend vacuuming upholstered furniture regularly with an upholstery attachment because dust and dirt cause upholstery to wear faster. To prevent fading, keep fabric out of direct sunlight.Treat stains immediately. Blot up as much of the spill as possible with a clean, dry, white cloth. Don’t rub. Apply a small amount of cleaner to the stain. Avoid oversaturation which can damage the fabric backing or upholstery foam. Blot the stain with a clean, dry cloth working from the outer edge to the center of the stain. Continue to apply cleaner sparingly and blot until the stain no longer transfers unto the cloth. This may take several attempts. When you have removed as much of the stain as possible, blot any remaining moisture from the fabric.