Fabric lounges can be easily maintained with regular cleaning and care. There are several products available in store to help with maintenance as well as a service that we provide using Scotch Guard to protect the fabric. Please see one of our friendly staff members to find out more. Here are some general tips.
- Vacuum regularly using a low suction setting to remove dust and dirt which can damage the fabric fibres.
- Professional cleaning is still recommended approximately every 12 months to keep in good condition.
- Take care with clothing such as belts, buckles, rings etc on the fabric as they may scratch or snag.
- Take care that pets claws, or collars do not snag or scratch the fabric.
- Any piece of furniture whether it be a timber, leather or fabric design will fade if in direct sunlight. Try to limit the amount of exposure on your fabric lounge to ensure lasting colour.
- Try to avoid spills, if one does occur carefully soak up the spillage by gently ‘blotting’ with a clean, dry, absorbent cloth.
- Do not put newspaper on your lounge as the ink may transfer.
- Do not use household detergents or strong chemicals to clean your upholstery.
- Fabric pilling: Pilling in fabric is the natural result of daily wear and is not considered a fault in the fabric. Many things can result in pilling, including: climate, clothing type, pets etc. Fabric pilling is considered normal wear and tear and is not covered under warranty. Pilling can easily be removed with a battery-operated pilling tool available from most haberdashery stores
It is extremely important that your products are maintained and cared for in accordance with the above care instructions. Failure to do so will result in forfeiture of your warranty.
For more information on Product Care, Warranty Information and Sale Terms and Conditions, please refer to the guide sent in your Order Confirmation or visit our website https://eurekastreetfurniture.com.au/
If you have any questions at all, please do not hesitate to contact your store of purchase.Back to Care Page >