To keep your Vionette upholstery in the best condition, here are some tips and guidelines.
Vacuum your Vionette regularly using proper attachments to avoid pilling the surface.
We recommend a professional furniture cleaning service for the best results. The longer a stain remains on the textile, the more difficult it will be to remove, so it’s important to treat stains promptly. Here are a few recommendations for when you need to clean your Vionette upholstery on your own.
- Always pre-test any cleaning method in an inconspicuous area. Never use heat to clean textiles because it can set stains.
- Agents containing bleach might cause discoloration over time. A single concentrated application can be more harmful, so use several light applications instead and repeat stain treatment several times if necessary.
- Do not over-saturate the textile or let water pool in the seams.
Stain treatment process
- For oil and water-based stains, use a clean, soft, white cloth, a natural sponge, or a nylon, soft-bristle brush with a water-free dry cleaning solvent. Brush the stain with light, quick strokes. Avoid using scrubbing motions and work from the edge of the stain toward the center.
- For insoluble stains (e.g. chewing gum, candle wax, etc.), use a plastic bag filled with ice to rub the stain until the substance becomes brittle. Use a clean, dull, flat knife to gently remove the substance. Rinse the stain treatment thoroughly with a natural sponge moistened slightly with cool, clean water, and completely remove all cleaning solution residue as leftover residue can attract soil over time.
- Extra care should be taken when cleaning dark colors to avoid creating light marks that can be caused by the color transfer. Avoid excess rubbing to prevent discoloration and damage to the face of the material.
- Do not saturate the surface, and allow the textile to dry thoroughly and vacuum before using.
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