And the golden rule: always remove stains as quickly as possible.
Warning: cleaning spirits, acetone, etc. can cause the foam to disintegrate in the event of moisture penetration.
If the stain cannot be removed with water and a pH-neutral soap-water solution, please use the link for more stain advice or consult a specialist if necessary.
Here are some more basic rules for the treatment of fabrics:
- Do not sit down on chairs with fabric covers wearing new, unwashed clothing (particularly jeans). It could result in the clothing dyes bleeding onto the upholstery.
- Do not clean the covers with steam cleaners.
- Never apply cleaning agents directly to the cover.
- Always use a clean, white cloth.
- Clean covers very carefully (with gentle scrubbing) as changes to the surface of the fabric may result.
- Always clean the whole surface of the upholstery.
- Only use the furniture when it is completely dry.
When using a stain remover, follow the manufacturer’s instructions.