With a little care you can prolong the life of your Flexlux furniture. Follow the instructions for the materials of your specific product to make sure that it stays in the best shape for as long as possible.
The information below is only intended as a general guideline. For more information on how to remove specific stains, please enquire where you bought the furniture.
The routine cleaning is important for your Flexlux furniture. Like all other materials used on a daily basis, furniture coverings also need to be maintained and cleaned regularly. As they are exposed to constant dust and contact soiling. You should not let dirt build up as this will make cleaning more difficult. By correct cleaning and care of your furniture it will help to retain the value of your Flexlux product.
To keep the nice look of your fabric furniture, we recommend to vacuum the furniture regularly using the upholstery nozzle to remove dust and avoid fluff and pilling. Remember to vacuum clean on the lowest suction level in the direction of the nap, if the suction level too high it can lead to fibres working their way out of the internal upholstery. If your furniture are placed in a room with radiators, we recommend from time to time to wipe over your furniture with a slightly damp cloth to retain the elasticity of the fibres.
Read our Textile Care Guide here: Textile Care Guide
Leather is easy and undemanding to maintain. To ensure that the high-quality leather remains beautiful, you will need to clean and maintain the product regularly. This not only freshens up the visual appearance but extends the service life of your upholstered furniture, improving its typical leather characteristics. It is important that you never use any aggressive products like stain remover, solvents, turpentine, shoe polish or other unsuitable products.
As to maintain your ability to claim on the guarantee, leather-covered upholstered furniture must as a precaution be treated at least twice a year with the original long term, deep-action protection. Should you fail to carry out this protective care routine your guarantee claims will be void.
Natural leathers receive less treatment than Protected leathers and in Natural leathers the leather will contain features of leather such as variation of the grain structure, slight colour differences, small scars, tick marks and other signs of natural beauty. Natural leather offers great comfort and durability. It requires regular maintenance and should not be exposed to excessive heat or light.
Protected leathers have a protective layer surface that makes the appearance of the leather more uniform. They are easy to maintain and are ideal for families with children etc. Protected leathers also need maintenance but less regularly than Natural leathers. Protected leathers offer great value for money and ease of use.
Read our Leather Care Guide here: Leather Care Guide
Cleaning and stain removal
The removal of stains should be left solely to an upholstery cleaning expert. We do not recognise damage caused as a result of incorrect stain removal and that will lead to the guarantee becoming void.