Wipe leather once a week with a soft cloth or vacuum it with an upholstery nozzle. This removes skin particles/lipids and debris remainders, and allows the leather to breathe.
Aniline leather. Wipe off stains with a soft cloth. Do not allow leather moisten through. Then rub dry for a good while using a wool cloth. Treat twice a year with special care products.
Suede leather. Greasy/oily/shiny areas can be carefully treated with a rubber brush and coarse areas can be restored using fine-grained sandpaper or a foam sponge. Rub twice a year with a suitable solution.
Pigmented leather. Before and after the heating period, clean the leather - section by section - using natural soap dissolved in lukewarm, distilled water. Wipe afterwards with clear water and dry with a clean wool cloth. Then, treat with a special leather care product (colorless leather milk or balsam), as the impregnation is slightly reduced through the soap.
Attention! To avoid stains, never apply care product directly to the cover material. Never use shoe polish, alcohol-containing impregnation products or other chemicals.
Liquids. Immediately dab with an absorbent soft cloth from the outside to the inside. Do not rub and work into the leather! Treat with an appropriate leather cleaner and impregnate.
Fats and food. First remove coarse debris and clean as described on the left. No follow-up treatment! Fats (in small quantities) are absorbed into the leather and are no longer visible after some time.
Other stains. Carefully remove debris using a soft cloth or a dry cotton ball. Afterwards, gently wipe and dry the soiled surface with a fresh cloth or cotton ball moistened with water, applying circular movements. For coarse stains, can use special leather cleaning sticks or a neutral leather cleaning soap.
Attention! Do not use aggressive cleaning agents such as turpentine, stain remover or gasoline/petrol! When leather is not cleaned, the surface may crack or its color may wear off due to bodily oil.
All textiles/fabrics require regular care. Please observe the following instructions to keep your furniture in good condition for a long time:
Vacuum twice a week at the lowest vacuum setting or brush off with a soft brush. Remove any nodules that may have formed (see pilling effect) with a lint brush or a lint remover.
Thorough care. Carefully rub off 1 to 2 times a year with a slightly moistened cloth or chamois using lukewarm neutral-soap water. Allow to dry well!
Attention! After cleaning with water, allow the upholstery fabric is dry completely, as moist fabric can widen when subject to load.
Liquids. Immediately dab with an absorbent soft cloth from the outside to the inside. Do not rub!
Fats and food. First remove coarse debris, then clean as described under maintenance care.
Other stains. Dab immediately and remove using distilled water. To remove difficult stains, please observe the following instructions.
Attention! Check the color fastness of the fabric at a less visible spot. Excessive rubbing can change the surface of the upholstery fabric. Carry out the cleaning in circular movements and from outside to inside.
Wood surfaces treated with oil remain open-pored and natural in their appearance. Use coasters to protect against stains.
Occasional care can take place with furniture polish, which should be evenly rubbed into the wood in the direction of the grain.
Attention! Do not use a microfiber cloth, as the oily protective layer would come off the wood!
Warning! Immediately rinse the oil-soaked cloth in water and hang it outdoors to dry. Danger of spontaneous combustion!
Liquids, fats or food
Immediately dab the surface with a dry, absorbent cloth or paper. In case of heavy soiling, moisten the cloth lightly with water and remove the debris. Allow to dry well! In case of slight moisture damage, it is possible to touch-up with sandpaper and re-oil the surface.
Attention! Do not use any hard, aggressive, strongly alkaline or solvent-containing cleaning agents! Please leave re-oiling to a professional, as sticky areas may result in case of incorrect application.
Coated wood surfaces are easy to maintain. Dust and debris are best kept away from the wood. Small scratches can be dabbed with a vinegar-oil mix and thus removed.
Wipe off regularly with a dry cloth. Do not use a microfiber cloth, otherwise fine scratches may occur!
Attention! If possible, do not use coasters with a rubber or latex underside. These coatings may contain substances that leave stains after time.
Liquids, fats, food or stains
Lightly wipe with a moist chamois or a damp cloth, and dry with a soft cloth. For stubborn stains, add a dash of spirit (ethyl alcohol) to the water.
Attention! Do not use aggressive cleaning agents or polishes as these can damage the coating! Again, do not use microfiber cloths, as they are like fine sandpaper and leave scratches and sanding marks.