Caring for Leather Furniture - OKA Europe
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Caring For Leather Furniture

OKA upholstered leather furniture is made to exacting quality standards, and will benefit from correct care and maintenance. To be sure you will be completely satisfied with your purchase, please take time to familiarise yourself with the details of our range of leathers.
Abbotsford 3-Seater Sofa - Aged Tobacco

Maintenance & Care Instructions

  • Do not drop furniture onto corners or feet, or lean backwards on two legs as this will weaken and damage frames, feet or legs.

  • Prevent sharp objects such as toys, buckles and heels from coming into contact with your furniture.

  • Avoid sitting on the arms or edges of furniture; or pushing feet against or placing them on the arms; as this may cause distortion or damage to the arms or frame.

  • Air pollution such as cigarette smoke and cooking fumes, can cause premature wear.

  • When unzipping covers, never force a zip and avoid trapping leather when fitting, or lifting by the zips.

  • Avoid contact with chemicals such as hair and skin preparations, household or baby wipes, fake tans, insect repellents and other cosmetics, or household cleaning materials, other than those recommended as these may affect the finish.

  • If your furniture becomes soiled, scratched, chipped or suffers other damage we recommend professional help is sought to restore it.

Burford Armchair Abbotsford Ottoman

Cleaning Instructions

  • Apply specialist leather care products only as directed on the container and try first on a hidden area of leather. Do not use leather soaps, hide food, or any polish other than that recommended by a reputable retailer.

  • For atmospheric dust and dirt that could cause premature wear, clean regularly with a soft cloth, avoiding vacuum cleaners on leather.

  • Regularly dust wooden surfaces with a soft cloth and occasionally wipe with a soft cloth very lightly dampened with a mild, bleach free detergent solution and dry with a lint-free cloth.

  • Remove all spills immediately. Blot liquid spills with a clean, dry, white cloth, work towards the centre of the spill. Do not rub or use abrasive cleaners, solvents or detergents.

  • Should the piece become stained or suffer other damage we recommend professional help is sought.
< All Product Care

 

Caring For Leather Furniture

OKA upholstered leather furniture is made to exacting quality standards, and will benefit from correct care and maintenance. To be sure you will be completely satisfied with your purchase, please take time to familiarise yourself with the details of our range of leathers.
Abbotsford 3-Seater Sofa - Aged Tobacco

Maintenance & Care Instructions

  • Do not drop furniture onto corners or feet, or lean backwards on two legs as this will weaken and damage frames, feet or legs.

  • Prevent sharp objects such as toys, buckles and heels from coming into contact with your furniture.

  • Avoid sitting on the arms or edges of furniture; or pushing feet against or placing them on the arms; as this may cause distortion or damage to the arms or frame.

  • Air pollution such as cigarette smoke and cooking fumes, can cause premature wear.

  • When unzipping covers, never force a zip and avoid trapping leather when fitting, or lifting by the zips.

  • Avoid contact with chemicals such as hair and skin preparations, household or baby wipes, fake tans, insect repellents and other cosmetics, or household cleaning materials, other than those recommended as these may affect the finish.

  • If your furniture becomes soiled, scratched, chipped or suffers other damage we recommend professional help is sought to restore it.

Burford Armchair Abbotsford Ottoman

Cleaning Instructions

  • Apply specialist leather care products only as directed on the container and try first on a hidden area of leather. Do not use leather soaps, hide food, or any polish other than that recommended by a reputable retailer.

  • For atmospheric dust and dirt that could cause premature wear, clean regularly with a soft cloth, avoiding vacuum cleaners on leather.

  • Regularly dust wooden surfaces with a soft cloth and occasionally wipe with a soft cloth very lightly dampened with a mild, bleach free detergent solution and dry with a lint-free cloth.

  • Remove all spills immediately. Blot liquid spills with a clean, dry, white cloth, work towards the centre of the spill. Do not rub or use abrasive cleaners, solvents or detergents.

  • Should the piece become stained or suffer other damage we recommend professional help is sought.
< All Product Care

 

Caring For Leather Furniture

OKA upholstered leather furniture is made to exacting quality standards, and will benefit from correct care and maintenance. To be sure you will be completely satisfied with your purchase, please take time to familiarise yourself with the details of our range of leathers.
Abbotsford 3-Seater Sofa - Aged Tobacco

Maintenance & Care Instructions

  • Do not drop furniture onto corners or feet, or lean backwards on two legs as this will weaken and damage frames, feet or legs.

  • Prevent sharp objects such as toys, buckles and heels from coming into contact with your furniture.

  • Avoid sitting on the arms or edges of furniture; or pushing feet against or placing them on the arms; as this may cause distortion or damage to the arms or frame.

  • Air pollution such as cigarette smoke and cooking fumes, can cause premature wear.

  • When unzipping covers, never force a zip and avoid trapping leather when fitting, or lifting by the zips.

  • Avoid contact with chemicals such as hair and skin preparations, household or baby wipes, fake tans, insect repellents and other cosmetics, or household cleaning materials, other than those recommended as these may affect the finish.

  • If your furniture becomes soiled, scratched, chipped or suffers other damage we recommend professional help is sought to restore it.

Burford Armchair Abbotsford Ottoman

Cleaning Instructions

  • Apply specialist leather care products only as directed on the container and try first on a hidden area of leather. Do not use leather soaps, hide food, or any polish other than that recommended by a reputable retailer.

  • For atmospheric dust and dirt that could cause premature wear, clean regularly with a soft cloth, avoiding vacuum cleaners on leather.

  • Regularly dust wooden surfaces with a soft cloth and occasionally wipe with a soft cloth very lightly dampened with a mild, bleach free detergent solution and dry with a lint-free cloth.

  • Remove all spills immediately. Blot liquid spills with a clean, dry, white cloth, work towards the centre of the spill. Do not rub or use abrasive cleaners, solvents or detergents.

  • Should the piece become stained or suffer other damage we recommend professional help is sought.