Upholstered furniture gets dusty and dirty and can reduce the life and dull the colours of fabrics. Lightly vacuum or brush regularly but never use a stiff brush as this could damage the fibres.
If you spill something on the upholstery, wipe excess liquid up immediately with a clean absorbent cloth. Then follow the fabric manufacturers cleaning instructions.
Under normal use, regular dusting and vacuuming is all that is necessary. For spots and spills, wipe excess liquid up immediately with a clean, absorbent cloth. If necessary, use clean lukewarm water only and let air dry naturally. Do not use cleaning solvents, furniture polish and abrasive cleaners on leather.
Keep away from direct sunlight, as this will accelerate the natural on-going discoloration process and never put next to internal radiators or heaters.
Chemicals, detergents and fabric polishes, should never be used on vinyl as these can remove the plasticiser and cause cracking. The surface can be cleaned with lukewarm soapy water followed by rinsing and drying with a clean dry cloth.
Chromium Plated parts
Clean with a wet cloth or window cleaner. For scuff marks, a non-abrasive automotive chrome polish can be applied as directed.
Powder coated Metal parts
Clean with lukewarm soapy water and rinse off with clean water. Wipe the entire surface with a clean, dry cloth.
Black Polypropylene Plastic parts
Wash with lukewarm soapy water, then dry off with a clean cloth. Do not use scouring powder to clean the product, as this will damage the surface area pattern and leave a white residue.