Normal degradation over time - appearance change and decay - especially of fabrics and leathers, as
a result of wear and tear, will is expected on all furniture. If a new piece of furniture unexpectedly
has a deficiency, you as the buyer should within a reasonable time after you have discovered the
defect - or should have discovered it, inform the retailer that you want to complain about the defect.
For the furniture to look good as long as possible, it is important that you take good care of it.
Remember that neither furniture leather or upholstery fabrics are self-cleaning and maintenance-
free and is affected by both the outer skin, hair, acidic sweat and smearing of jeans. In addition, the
spillings also makes messes that must be treated immediately.
Sofas and chairs are the furniture that is most used. Therefore, it is important to have knowledge
about furniture leather and furniture textiles' qualities, in order to know how these will best be
maintained and cleaned. However, you must calculate the normal wear/degradation over time.
The maintenance guidance below describes recommendations for dusting, cleaning and stain
removal for both furniture textile, leather, wood and some other common furniture surfaces. For
guidance on care/maintenance of new furniture, contact the store/vendor who sold the furniture or