Care and Cleaning Instructions

VINYL UPHOLSTERY

SUPREME VINYL

Eduratex™ Forbid is a topcoat applied to Supreme that is non-porous, mildew resistant and has been treated with anti-bacterial and anti-microbial agents.

  • For most common stains and spills (dirt, pen marks, blue jean) use mild soap and water solution. Dry immediately with a soft, dry cloth.
  • If above does not work use the following household cleaners: Fantastik, 409 or Mr. Clean.
  • For tougher stains (permanent marker, paint and lipstick), use a 70% isopropyl alcohol wipe.

PREMIER VINYL

Endurepel™ Armour is a performance finish applied to Premier for tough anti-stain, anti-bacterial and anti-mildew properties.

  • For most common stains, use a combination of mild soap and water solution. Dry immediately with a soft, dry cloth.
  • Lifts most stains with alcohol-based or peroxide-based cleaners
  • For tougher stains use the following approved cleaners: Virox 5, PCS sodium hypochlorite disinfectant, Triad III and Oxivir Plus disinfectant cleaner. Dry immediately.
  • Cleaner Disclaimer – Dilution ratios must be followed for the above. Wipe with clean water after use and dry with clean cloth.

FABRIC UPHOLSTERY

  • Use a vacuum cleaner or light brushing for regular cleaning. Do not steam clean.
  • Clean with water based cleaning agents, foam or pure, water free solvents.
  • For spills, absorb as much as possible with a damp cloth, but do not rub.
  • For stains, professional dry cleaning is recommended.

REMOVING FABRIC UPHOLSTERY STAINS OR HEAVY SOIL

  • Soak up any excess stain with a cloth. Do not dry the stain completely or it may set.
  • For most water-borne stains (coffee, fruit juice, washable ink), use an upholstery cleaning solution and follow package directions.
  • For oil-borne stains, use a dry-cleaning solution at room temperature (never hot) and allow solution to work into stain.
  • Using quick, light strokes, brush stain with a soft bristle brush. Work from outside toward the center to prevent rings. Avoid vigorous rubbing which may damage the nap or force the stain more deeply into the material.
  • Soak up remaining dry-cleaning solution and sponge the fabric with cool water.
  • Allow fabric to dry completely, then vacuum thoroughly. If stain is still evident, repeat procedure. Several light applications of cleaning solution are more effective/less damaging than one heavy application.

LEATHER UPHOLSTERY

  • Dust occasionally with a clean, dry cloth.
  • Remove most stains by applying a mild soap to a damp cloth, working up thin suds, then rubbing it gently over the stain. Rinse with a clean damp cloth then wipe dry.
  • Never use furniture polishes, oils, varnishes or ammonia on leather.
  • Some cleaning products may cause discoloration and should be tested in an inconspicuous area before using.

URETHANE

  • Wash with mild soap and water.
  • Do not use any solvents, alcohol or stain removers.

CHAIR SHELLS

  • Wipe with a damp cloth.

PAINTED, METALLIC, LAMINATE AND PLASTIC SURFACES

  • Dust regularly with a soft, clean cloth.
  • For stubborn marks, use a a mild non-abrasive cleaner.
  • On high-gloss, smooth plastic finishes, use a light rubbing compound to erase minor surface marks.
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