Care and maintenance

Congratulations on purchasing one of our sofas; a quality settee coined from the imagination and from research, crafted with painstaking care by skilled hands, to produce a sophisticated and stylishly designed product. The fine materials used are the result of a targeted combination to preserve shape and comfort, to give rise to a living room that will stand out from the rest and enhance the appeal of your living space. For proper use of this product, here are some basic suggestions to guarantee your sofa has a longer life.

Seat and back cushions
The polyurethane foam cushions, made with differentiated densities to accommodate and support the pressure applied by your body, provide the utmost levels of comfort after a few months' use; this is because the various components in the padding need to settle. The down and mollapiuma® cushions are characteristically soft and should be plumped up on a regular basis, shaking them and exposing them to fresh air to boost their shape and "cushiness". Wherever possible, we recommend you invert the position of the cushions to make their softness uniform across all parts.

Fabric upholstery
For routine cleaning, we recommend you remove dust on a regular basis using a soft brush. Before washing (with water or dry cleaning), cover the Velcro with the excess ribbon. This will prevent the fabric from being damaged and will make it easier to reposition the upholstery covers over the sofa. As regards washing methods, follow the instructions provided on the product data sheet supplied with your sofa scrupulously. Do not expose padded products to direct sunlight. Avoid sitting on sofa armrests.

Leather upholstery
Leather is a natural product which, after processing, retains certain aspects deriving from its origin, without jeopardising its resistance, durability and quality. Any scratches, wrinkles and small flaws are merely a guarantee of the natural origin of the product. The hides we use undergo the strictest tests throughout the entire production cycle and only when they meet the chemical and physical characteristics, such as stain resistance, rub resistance and so on, are they placed on the market. All processing is carried out in compliance with EEC regulations, considering softness, appealing touch and resistance to light as priorities. For normal leather cleaning, use a slightly damp, non-abrasive soft white cloth. For routine and extraordinary cleaning, for stains and accidental marks, use the kit provided, following the instructions provided scrupulously.

Other materials
To clean wooden parts, we recommend you use a damp cloth dipped in alcohol diluted with water, making sure you dry immediately with a soft, non-abrasive cloth. Avoid products that contain solvents and abrasive detergents. For other materials, we recommend the use of specific detergents for normal maintenance.