* Flame Retardancy:
Standard Care and Cleaning Guide
Method 1: We recommend cleaning at least once a week to extend the lifespan of the upholstery, preventing dirt and contamination from building up and stains from becoming permanent. If there is a spill, wipe off any excess right away with a dry white cloth or fabric, but don’t spread it all over the surface.
Method 2: Clean the whole surface in circular motions using liquid hand soap (pH neutral) and water (1 part soap to 9 parts water). Check the guide for recommended cleaning products. Wipe with a clean damp cloth to get rid of any excess soap. Repeat as needed and then let dry.
Method 3: If there is any build-up that can’t be removed with soapy water, use as a last resort the following mixture: 1 part isopropyl alcohol to 9 parts water. (Remember, using alcohol on a regular basis can affect the properties of the product).
Method 4: Once a month, you can use a soft-bristle brush for a deeper cleaning. Remember, light colors need more care, more often.
Clean within 24 hours to avoid permanent stains in the surface. After this time has elapsed, effectiveness drops to 50%.
Do not use:
All cleaning methods must be followed by a thorough rinse with clean warm water.
The information published in this care guide refers to the performance of products in specific tests conducted under laboratory conditions. Results may vary under actual conditions. This information is not a guarantee and does not relieve the user from the responsibility of the proper and safe use of the product and all cleaning agents.
Certain clothing and accessory dyes (such as those used on denim jeans) may migrate to lighter colors. This phenomenon is increased by humidity and temperature and is irreversible. Please check compatibility when using this product in combination with painted or varnished surfaces.
* This term and any corresponding data refer to typical performance in the specific test indicated and should not be construed to imply the behavior of this or any other material under actual fire conditions.
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