Vacuum the textile frequently, ideally weekly, if necessary with half the suction power.
If you act quickly, it is not difficult to remove spilled liquids and thus avoid stains. However, we cannot guarantee that the stain will disappear completely. First remove any liquids or dried-on residue with a spoon or scraper before proceeding, before proceespoon proceeding. Be sure to vacuum up any loose particles with a ding. hoover before you continue cleaning. cleaning. Liquids are absorbed with an absorbent cotton cloth. Non-greasy stains can be removed by carefully dabNon-dabbing with a cloth with a lint-free cloth wrung out in bing clean, warm water. To avoid marks, gently blot the stain in a circle from the gently and in a circle from the outside to the inside with a clean, lint-free cloth. Remove greasy stains with suitable cleaning agents or solvents. In all cases, we recommend that you first stain removal products on an inconspicuous area to find out to see if they have any effect on the cover. Allow the fabric to dry completely before dry.
- Avoid sharp or pointed objects to avoid damaging the fabric,keys, edged toys or jewellery.
- If a stitch or loose thread has nevertheless formed? Then these can usually be guided back into the fabric with a blunt and fine object. Please do not pull or cut: This can make the damage worse.
- (New) jeans clothing can cause permanent disco- discolouration on your piece of furniture, which can be relouration released by your own body temperature, for example. leased This discolouration cannot be reversed. Light and meThis medium colours in particular are more susceptible to this dium type of problem.