Fabric Care

Preserve the beauty in every fiber

General Care

1. Rotate and Flip Cushions:

Regularly rotate and flip cushions to ensure even wear and maintain the shape of upholstered furniture.

2. Protect from Direct Sunlight:

Shield fabric items from direct sunlight to prevent fading. Use curtains or blinds to filter sunlight, and consider rotating furniture periodically.

3. Use Fabric Protectors:

Apply a fabric protector to new or freshly cleaned upholstery to repel stains and spills.


1. Vacuum Regularly:

Use a vacuum cleaner with a fabric attachment to remove dust and debris from upholstery. Pay attention to crevices and seams.

2. Spot Clean Promptly:

Attend to spills immediately to prevent stains. Blot the area with a clean, white cloth, working from the outer edge toward the center. Avoid rubbing, which can spread the stain.

3. Professional Cleaning:

Schedule professional upholstery cleaning periodically, especially for heavily used items. Follow care recommendations from the cleaning service.


1. Spot Treatment:

For stains, use a mild detergent or specialized fabric cleaner. Test in an inconspicuous area first and follow the manufacturer's guidelines.

2. Gentle Brushing:

Use a soft-bristled brush to gently remove surface dirt and pet hair. Brush in the direction of the fabric's grain.

3. Mend Small Tears:

Address small tears or loose seams promptly with a needle and thread or fabric glue to prevent further damage.


1. Eco-Friendly Cleaning Products:

Choose eco-friendly fabric cleaning products that are free from harsh chemicals, reducing environmental impact.

2. Donate or Recycle:

When it's time to part with fabric items, consider donating them to charity or recycling them responsibly to minimize waste.

3. Upcycling Projects:

Explore creative upcycling projects for old fabric items, giving them a new life instead of discarding.