We select the best fabrics for the upholstery process, from suppliers around the world. They represent a balance of quality and style, combining beauty with practicality. We subject all our fabrics to rigorous testing such as the Martindale test, to determine resistance to wear and tear.
Dab with absorbent paper or a white, non-abrasive cloth and then remove the stain. Wash using colourless, mild soapsuds only, obtained by shaking the container vigorously if the stain persists. Then remove the stain using 10% denatured alcohol only, diluted in water. Dry immediately with warm air using a hair dryer. Direct the jet of warm air from the outside, working towards the centre of the damp area.
- Position upholstery less than 50 cm away from heat sources such as heaters or radiators.
- Expose the sofa to direct sunlight or to powerful lamps to ensure the colour of the covering remains bright.
To remove dust, brush delicately using a brush with soft bristles, or use a vacuum cleaner on its the medium power output setting using the most suitable accessory supplied with the cleaner, taking care not to rub the accessory directly against the covering.
To maintain the aesthetic appearance of the fabric, it is advisable to treat each stain immediately before it becomes absorbed excessively: this will prevent prolonged or abrasive treatments being required.
If you deem it necessary to use solvents, avoid applying them directly on the stain. Pour the solvent onto a clean cloth: each treatment should first be tested on a hidden area of the sofa covering. Clean the stain using a circular movement, working from the outside towards the centre. Always take care to rub each stain delicately.