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Frequently asked questions

Are the differences in the texture of the leather have an influence on the fabric endurance capabilities of the upholstered furniture?

The leather is a natural material therefore the differences in the textures definitely do not influence on the endurance of the upholstered furniture. The leather is considered to be the most durable fabric and the characteristic features give the leather originality and individuality.

What to do, when we want to buy another furniture to the sofa set that we bought earlier. Can we have the significant differences between the new one and the furniture that we bought earlier?

The leather, as the natural product , is characterized by the differences in the structure therefore if we want to buy the new furniture to the set that we have already had, the leather may differ. What is more, within the same sofa set we may have small colour discrepancies. In order not to have significant differences when you are making an order, try to tell us everything about the sofa set that you have already had.

What to do, when your clothes have left a colour strain on your leather sofa?

You have to remember that this kind of stains ought to be removed immediately because they may stay forever. Small stains can be wiped of using the damp cloth. If it doesn’t help, it will be necessary to replace the dirty element with the new one.

How to remove ballpoint ink stains from the leather sofa?

To get out ballpoint ink stains successfully, use our special detergent for leather that is available in our showrooms with our furniture. You have to remember that before applying our cleaning product, try to test a small, inconspicuous area of the furniture first, because there are strong chemicals or detergents.

How to repair a little scratch on leather furniture?

Making repairs to surface scratches is relatively simple because the only thing you need is repair kit: pigment which is directly related to your type of leather. There are available in our showrooms.

How to get same elements of the furniture because over time things can wear out. Is it possible to replace the item?

The convertible element can be bought at the store where the furniture was purchased or directly from our Customer Service. The damaged item should not be difficult to replace but our customer service is ready to respond and resolve your questions quickly.

It can be noticed lighter area near the seams and on the seat during the exploitation of the furniture. What to do?

It is very typical of the Antique leather to have natural marks and some shades variation. This type of leather has specific surface: two part surface pigment process and the top colour continues to wear away in use, enhancing the Antique appearance, which does not affect the material strength and endurance.

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Leather production process

In order to receive leather which is used to produce leather upholstery lots of things needed to be done. The leather manufacturing process is divided into different preparatory stages.

  • Tanning - the purpose of tanning is to alter the protein structure of raw animal skin and prevent it from decay. Tanning uses two basic methods, the chrome tanning and retaining with vegetable liquors. The popularity of chrome tanning results from the speed of tanning and the versatility of the finished skin. This method is relatively cheaper than ‘vegetable tanning’, however, it requires special treatment and care.
  • Splitting – tanned leather has about 4-5 mm and at this stage the hide is split into two hides: the grained hides and one split. The split has much less resistance and flexibility than the grained hide. Therefore to produce leather seats or backrest we do not use the split.
  • Scar correction - Heavily scarred hides must receive correction. All these damages are filled using the leather repair compound and then the hide is passed through a machine with abrasive material to buff away the imperfections. When the grain surface of the leather is in a good condition, it goes through further processes of finishing.
  • Pigmentation, embossing and top coat protection - On corrected grain leather a pigmented finish is applied to give few basic colours. At this point, the hide is considered semi-aniline, aniline dyed with a base coat of color. Because these hides were buffed smooth, the next process is embossing a grain into it. Less quality hides receive more buffing and embossing. This gives the leather its final soft, smooth feel and protection and durability .
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Care and maintenance of leather furniture

Natural leather as well as faux leather has a protective top coating and using harsh, inadequate cleaning products like cream or spray which contain alcohol, liquid ammonia or solvent can damage the leather.

Depending on the amount of use, the leather upholstery should be cleaned. Every fresh stains or dirt should be removed immediately with dry cloth.

The natural upholstery

The warranty does not cover damage caused by contact with rough or sharp objects or by the use of any substance or cleaning material other than those recommended by the manufacturer. Wrinkles, skin folds, scars, color variations, and other natural range markings are authentic characteristics and should not be interpreted as flaws or defects. Only professional cleaning care products will ensure the leather upholstery lasting quality and durability. The best way to protect your natural leather is using only certified leather care products . Leather has range markings and is enhanced by natural features and distinctive grain fluctuations that assure individuality. In the tannery the leather can be produced through manufacturing processes of converting raw hides or skins into leather. During this process, moistening substances are added so the leather is more soft and flexible. However, body oils tends to evaporate over time, leaving the leather without the protection. There are harmful factors such as temperature changes (direct source of heat and strong sunlight) humidity or even salt which is contained in human sweat. Salt and temperature can cause that our leather dry out and lead to warping and cracking of the finish especially in the places where is too often used or exposed on human skin or hair. Caring for your leather furniture prolongs its life and keeps it looking attractive. Leather Protection Kit should be applied when new and then two to four times a year and more frequently when needed. With regular maintenance, special care and the right products, your leather sofa will keep its beauty and sheen and will last for years to come.

The best way to clean a leather sofa is to protect it properly when it is new. Protection reduce the risk of damaging from stains , spills and can help to in further cleaning. It will be necessary to vacuum or dust leather upholstery with dry cloth every week. To clean the leather you may use a soft cloth with leather-care product and take special care of the area of your coach that is frequently used. Once you have had your leather sofa professionally cleaned, apply a cream to the surface of the leather especially to those places that are exploited, using the a soft cloth which helps your leather looking elegant. All this protection will cover your leather upholstery against accidental damages.

Faux leather upholstery

To clean your upholstery use a soft, dampened cloth with the sudsy solution of mild soap and water. Avoid damaging your upholstery because in this type of leather dirt becoming deeply embedded and as a result it is hard to remove. The warranty does not cover damage caused by contact with objects having strong dyes and pigments.

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Leather types

Nubuck is a type of leather with a soft, velvety surface. This type of leather is buffed to give a velvet finish or nap and is similar to suede.

Aniline leather – high quality leather that dyes are impregnated into the skin and the surface remains natural, with little or no protection. Minor imperfections and variations in shade can be clearly seen because of humidity. Aniline leather is soft and unique.

Faux leather is a fabric that looks like leather, but is actually made out of other materials like polyester which is covered by polyvinyl chloride.

Semi aniline – madras leather – is mostly used in upholstery. The surface of this kind of leather is covered with a one coat of paint, it may have matt finish pigmented leather or can also shiny. The protective coat gives good wear characteristics, high light resistance and consistent colour.

Pull-up leather is also known as waxy. It can have a wax or oil added during the finishing process. To protect this type of leather will have to use special care kit . Pull-up leather has similar characteristics to the ‘bycast’ leather. After using sharp tool on both leathers ,mark can be seen only on the pull-up leather. This natural look will show markings and colour variations

Bycast leather is built up with a deep, artificial surface coating.

Antique leather has a two part surface pigment process: after the furniture has been made up, part of the top coat is rubbed off by hand to expose the contrast colour underneath, creating the effect of ageing. The top colour continues to wear away in use, enhancing the Antique appearance.

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Removing stains from upholstered furniture

Whether you are trying to clean your leather upholstery, it is important to remember that if you spill something, act quickly to mop and blot liquid because fresh stain is easier to clean. If you use detergents which contain chemicals, carefully remove the stain because the incorrect use can cause damage to the leather and invalidate any guarantee that may apply.

Methods for removing common stains:

  • Ink – It is important to deal with the ink stain immediately. Blot the spot with a clean cloth and use the detergent. It is also possible to wipe with cloth damaged with the lemon juice and the sal-ammoniac.
  • Dyes and pigment - such stains should be removed immediately by using cold water and then detergent. If there is still problem, try to use methyl alcohol for example the spirit and wipe it gently over the spot, later dry the spot with a dry cloth.
  • Mud - you ought to wait until the stain will be dry, then brush it and rub the spot with the detergent.
  • Beetroot – you have to clean the spot immediately by using the wet cloth and apply a detergent to the spot and don’t forget to rinse out the stain.
  • Curry and other colourful favourings – dab the stains with a cloth damped with petrol or benzene detergent.
  • Chocolate – gently scrape the rest of the chocolate from the surface, take a damp cloth and keep dabbing at the remaining mark until it comes off. If not, try to use washing powder or stain remover.
  • Deodorant – should be cleaned with the stain remover, you can also use the sal-ammoniac and then wipe it with a damp cloth.
  • Ballpoint – can be removed from you leather upholstery rubbing the stain with the sour milk or with the lemon juice, than wipe it with a damp cloth.
  • Jam - rub the stain with a damp cloth, you can also use the detergent.
  • Excrement - ought to be soaked for a half hour in the liquor of the borax. Then rub it with a damp cloth and detergent.
  • Markers – this kind of stains ought to be cleaned by using the soft soap or the solution of glycerin. Then you can use methyl alcohol and the next thing to do, is to rub it with the moist cloth.
  • Chewing gum – the chewing gum should be covered with the ice cubes and scrub any small bits of gum. Clean any remaining spot where the gum was stuck with the methyl alcohol , using circular motions to rub it into the spot. Then wipe off a second, damp clean cloth.
  • Tea – tea stains should be soaked in the warm solution of the detergent. Clean any remaining spot with the methyl alcohol and wipe off the spot using a damp clean cloth.
  • Coffee - use a soft, dry cloth to blot coffee off the surface of the leather by using worm detergent and then methyl alcohol
  • Ketchup - the stain should be rubbed with the weak detergent and then a damp cloth.
  • Blood - it is important to deal with the blood stains immediately . Gently rub at the stained area with a damp washcloth using only cold water and salt. Clean any remaining yellow spot where the blood was spilled with the oxygenated water and then use a clean , damp cloth.
  • Acid - rub at the stained area with the washcloth soaked in cold water, then with solution of the soda cleaned and finally clean the spot with the moist cloth.
  • Nail polish – dab the affected area with small amounts of the acetone or amyl acetate. Absolutely do not apply greasing nail polish remover and finally clean the spot with a damp cloth.
  • Hair spray – can be removed like the nail polish so dab the affected area with small amounts of the acetone and finally clean the spot with a damp cloth.
  • Liqueurs – dip a washcloth into the cold water and gently rub at the stained area with it.
  • Butter - such stains should be removed immediately by using the mixture of warm water and detergent. Finally, rub the dirty place with a cloth and water.
  • The milk - clean with the cloth that is soaked in cold water and detergent, and then rub with a damp cloth.
  • The mustard - clean with the cloth that is soaked in cold water and detergent, and then rub with a damp cloth.
  • Naphtha - this stain should be removed by mixing the water and a natural lemon juice. Clean any remaining spots by using detergent and finally rub the area with the cloth which is soaked in cold water.
  • Oils – should be removed by using a special mixture of water, the methyl alcohol and the vinegar. Clean any remaining spot where the oil was spilled, using the solvent. Finally moisten a cloth with water and rub it over the stain.
  • Perfume - stains should be removed by using the sal-ammoniac and the weak detergent, then moisten a cloth with water and rub it over the stain.
  • Beer - dab it by rubbing vinegar over the particular area and finally soak the cloth into the hot water and rub the stain
  • Mould - fresh stains can be cleaned up by rubbing it with the cloth soaked in the oxygenated water. The leather upholstery should be wiped with a cloth moistened with a product that you may use to rinse of mouth. Finally use cold water and a cloth to rub the stain.
  • Makeup - Use a clean cloth and detergent with water to absorb as much of the makeup spill as possible. Finally moisten a cloth with hot water and rub it over the stain.
  • Rust – sprinkle table salt and squeeze several drops of the lemon juice all over the stained area immediately. Then your upholstery should be left for about an hour. Finally moisten a cloth with hot water and rub it over the stain.
  • Grease – Rinse your cleaning cloth in a bucket of water and detergent ,then wipe away the stain . You may also use a bleacher.
  • Sauces - use a clean cloth, solvent or the detergent with water. Finally moisten a cloth with hot water and rub it over the stain.
  • Stearin – Scrape off any obvious wax residue., then lay a paper towel over the remaining wax and lightly press a warm iron on the paper towel. Pull away the paper towel and check for any change in the leather. Rub the leather area with benzine and finally moisten a cloth with hot water and rub it one more time, over the stain.
  • Lipstick – Wipe stain with a cloth dipped in the benzine, mild detergent or stain remover . then you may use methyl alcohol and finally moisten a cloth with cold water and rub it over the stain.
  • Fats - if the fat is cold, try to use the method just like with the butter. But if your fat is still warm, rinse your cleaning cloth in a bucket of hot water and detergent ,then wipe away the stain .
  • Tobacco - clean it with the solution of the vinegar and water. You may also rub the stain using the detergent plus methyl alcohol. Finally moisten a cloth with hot water and rub it over the stain.
  • Urine – sprinkle table salt all over the stained area and rinse your cloth in a bucket of cold water to wipe away the stain. If still the stain is visible try to clean it up by using sal-ammoniac or the vinegar. Finally moisten a cloth with hot water and rub it over the stain.
  • Wine - sprinkle table salt all over the vine stained area immediately and allow the salt to absorb the liquid and the coloring. Gently brush the excess salt from the leather and finally moisten a cloth with cold water and rub it over the stain.
  • Wax- – the wax should be covered with the ice cubes and scrape off any obvious wax residue, then rub the leather area with stain remover and finally moisten a cloth with cold water and rub it over the stain.
  • Vomit – firstly, dry it and then gently scrape to remove solids. Rinse your cleaning cloth in a bucket of water with soda and the detergent ,then wipe away the stain. Finally moisten a cloth with hot water and rub it one more time.
  • Resin – remove the stain using the cloth, soaked in the turpentine, and then in water with soap. Finally moisten a cloth with hot water and rub it one more time.

Cleaning the leather upholstery, you have to remember to wipe a damp cloth over the stained area especially when a chemical detergent was used to remove the stains. Finally you have to remember to dry your leather with a lint-free cloth

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Maintenance instruction and cleaning methods

Leather is a special material that requires special cleaning care. The regular cleaning and using the leather care kit will help you to keep your furniture looking shiny and new.

Wooden or MDF elements should not be cleaned by using the chemical detergents in spray because the surface can be damaged. Your wood or MDF furniture should be cleaned by using a clean, soft cloth and dry immediately with a soft, lint-free cloth. Laminate furniture requires the same cleaning care.

Cleaning methods:

  • Lacquers, varnishes finishes, as well as glossy or matte laminates can all be protected with dry, soft cloth,
  • Upholstery surface - Vacuum any dust from the surface using the soft brush attachment on your vacuum cleaner.
  • Natural leather surface – use a damp, soft cloth
  • Faux leather – clean with the sudsy solution of mild soap and water, use dampened cloth.

All Leather care kits should be used for its intended purpose and according to manufacturers’ instruction.

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Use and care of the furniture – instruction

The upholstered furniture should not be used for purposes other than intended. It is recommended to follow the assembly instruction.

  • No sharp tools should be used for unpacking
  • During the furniture arrangement and moving , do not hold the upholstery or its cushions because it can result some irreparable damages or deformation.
  • Because of the delivery, upholstery can have irregular folds and creases. It may take a few days after unpacking for the effect to recede. The deformed upholstery can be modelled by hand, which will definitely shorten the whole process.
  • In case of function pieces, When needed, levelers will have to be adjusted to align your furniture to particular conditions in your home.
  • The upholstered furniture must be properly maintained and cleaned to avoid drying out, cracking or rotting. It should not be situated in dry rooms, close to active source of heat such as radiator, air conditioning or stove. The distance between the upholstery and the heat should have more than 1 m. The furniture should be protected against harmful impact of direct sunlight and air humidity should not exceed 70%.
  • Avoid placing warm objects or alcohol-based products directly on the surface of the furniture. Never let water stand on a wood or leather surface.
  • To keep your furniture in good condition, the humidity and temperature should not vary. The furniture is the best maintained at a temperature of between 19 & 23 ‘C
  • The direct sunlight, the intensive cleaning and using can cause the leather to fade. It is the normal process in using .
  • Natural timbers carry natural variations in Grain and colour. These are not considered quality defects. The surface of the furniture is very is delicate and avoid putting anything sharp on the furniture or using strong abrasive cleaners. It may cause irreparable damages. The manufacturer does not take the responsibility for these kind of defects.
  • Try to avoid sitting on the edges of cushions or arms, as this may cause uneven wear and distortion of the padding and leather.
  • If you notice crease developing especially in the seat area, take care to smooth them out so they do not become permanent and try to use the others parts of the leather sofa.
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Instructions for use

In order to keep your leather furniture in good condition, we have drafted essential instruction for use and maintenance, which guarantee long and unproblematic use of your furniture.

We advise you to check the furniture when buying, especially if it is exactly that one, that you have chosen and if every element is not damaged or faulty. Make sure that the wrapping of your furniture is not damaged and if the warranty card and other elements are attached.

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