Treat spills and stains as soon as possible. Test on a hidden area to ensure fabric and colour are not removed. Gently scrape any soil or mop any liquid from the surface of the fabric.

Use of soap or detergent with water should be approached with caution since overzealous rinsing to remove soap residue may result in over-wetting, water marking and possible wetting of substructure (this may create other stains or damage products).

Our spot cleaning advice is offered in good faith and should not be considered as a guarantee that all stains may be removed.

For severe stains please consult a professional upholstery cleaning company.

Good quality leather only needs dusting for everyday care. We recommend a clean dry cloth and avoid commercial cleaners. These can damage the leather or its protective coating.

Over time, heat may cause leather to crack or fade. For long and faithful service, place your furniture away from heaters and avoid direct sunlight, if possible.

To avoid staining, remove spills quickly from the surface. Use paper towel or a clean, dry cloth to absorb tea, coffee, soft drink, jam (or other sugary products).

Work gently from the outside using a clean damp cloth to remove the spill completely. Do not soak the surface.

Blotting with a clean, dry cloth is the best way to hasten drying.

To prevent leather damage, avoid using heaters or hair dryers. To use furniture immediately, spread a dry towel over the dampened area.

Even out furniture pressure spots with regular cushion rotation.

Inserts can be made from many different fibres, natural and man-made. Foam, feather and padding are a few examples and some cushions use more than one.

Every feather insert packs down with daily use. A regular plumping is all that’s needed to keep your furniture looking fresh.

Timber finishes can be badly damaged by solvents like nail polish remover or Methylated spirit.

Avoid using these products near or on your furniture. Direct contact can only be properly repaired by re-polishing the timber.

Heat can cause significant damage to your timber furniture also. Never place hot items directly on the finish. These can burn or melt waxes and even cause timber joins to crack.

Regular wiping with a soft clean cloth is all timber furniture needs to look good and provide years of loyal service.

Spills should be removed with a clean, damp cloth. Act quickly to avoid liquid soaking into the timber and causing a long-term stain.

A Momu Furniture Care Kit is a good investment.  With wax, scratch-fix pen, wax stick and cotton cloth, there’s everything you need to keep your timber furniture looking great.

Wetness causes some finishes, especially painted timber, to peel and crack.

This furniture is better maintained using a clean, dry cloth. Dust regularly because a build-up of dirt and fluff may contribute to timber cracking.

Act quickly on spills and stains to avoid long-term damage. Use a lightly dampened cloth to remove the spill and dry off immediately with a soft clean cloth.

If you plan to display pieces on top of a painted timber surface, we recommend felt protectors.

Apply pads to the underside of lamps, vases and other decor items to prevent scratching the finish.

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