Leather is a natural product with its own individual characteristics, because of this, differences in colour and texture must be expected even within the same piece of hide. Natural surface marks that have accumulated during the years of the animal's life must be considered as features and not faults.
Clean your furniture weekly by dusting with a soft cloth and remove any spills immediately by dabbing with a soft cloth or tissue working from the outside to the inside of the stain. Polishes, creams, detergents, solvent, varnish or stain removers should not be used as they can seriously damage the leather surface. For further advice on leather care please consult a specialist leather cleaning company.
A variety of cushion fillings are used depending on the model and design. It is essential that feather or fibre fill cushions are plumped up at least twice a week to maintain their bulk and reduce flattening.
Body heat has an effect on leather and sitting may therefore seat cushion cases to stretch and puddle where they have been in contact with the body, this is a normal characteristic and cannot be avoided.
For more information on leather care, please contact us. We will be delighted to be of assistance.