Important! Please determine the type of fabric you have & select it below!

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If You Have a Revolution Performance Fabric:

Revolution Fabrics are great for stains! Like all woven fabrics, these may pill. Never over brush these fabrics or use a vacuum beater bar on them. 

  • For dirt stains (and other dry stains), simply take a white, dry paper towel and crumple it up.  Then lightly brush stain off.  

  • For sticky or stubborn stains like soda, spaghetti sauce, or red wine, make sure to first try to blot out the stain with a dry paper towel. Then you can either use an upholstery cleaner like Folex* (spray on to a paper towel and brush stain out).  Alternatively, you can fill a 32oz spray bottle with distilled water and one tablespoon of bleach.  Spray on the stain and then blot dry. Then rinse the stain with just distilled water (no bleach).  Then blot dry well with a dry paper towel.  This will prevent a water ring from forming. 

  • For general cleaning of your sofa, we recommend a professional upholstery company. Remember all light fabrics can get dirty!

  • For pilling, use a Gleener device as pilling forms. It is best to catch any pilling early on, and remove it with a Gleener.  Pilling is a natural shedding of a fabric and will eventually stop. It is not considered a defect. Gleeners can be purchased at our stores.

  • View videos below for further instructions.

*It is recommended to try any cleaners in an inconspicuous area before attempting on a visible area.

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If You Have a Microfiber Fabric:

Microfiber Fabrics are the easiest to clean fabrics! 

  • For dirt stains (and other dry stains), simply take a white, dry paper towel and crumple it up.  Then brush vigorously.  

  • For sticky stains like soda, simply lightly moisten a paper towel, and brush the stain out.  Once stain has been removed, make sure to then take a dry paper towel and dry the moistened area well. This will prevent a water ring from forming.

  • For stubborn stains like spaghetti sauce or red wine,  make sure to first try to blot out the stain with a dry paper towel. Then you can either use an upholstery cleaner like Folex* (spray on to a paper towel and brush stain out) or you can moisten a paper towel and add a drop of Dawn to it. Then work the suds into your fabric and when the stain is removed, make sure to take another clean, moist paper towel and remove any remaining detergent. Then make sure to take a dry paper towel and dry the moistened area well. This will prevent a water ring from forming. 

  • For general cleaning of your sofa, we recommend a professional upholstery company. Remember all light fabrics can get dirty!

  • For pilling, use a Gleener device as pilling forms. Although very unlikely in a microfiber.  It is best to catch any pilling early on, and remove it with a Gleener.  Pilling is a natural shedding of a fabric and will eventually stop. It is not considered a defect. Gleeners can be purchased at our stores.

*It is recommended to try any cleaners in an inconspicuous area before attempting on a visible area.

 

If You Have a Woven or Chenille Fabric:

Wovens and Chenilles are beautiful fabrics that require a bit more care.  It is important not to saturate these fabrics with water and not to over brush these fabrics, and never use a vacuum beater bar as this will damage the fibers of the fabric. 

  • For dirt stains (and other dry stains), simply take a white, dry paper towel and crumple it up.  Then lightly brush out the stain.  Be careful not to over brush as these fabrics may get damaged or pill if overly brushed. 

  • For sticky stains like soda, simply lightly moisten a paper towel, and blot the stain out.  Once stain has been removed, make sure to then take a dry paper towel and dry the moistened area well. This will prevent a water ring from forming.

  • For stubborn stains like spaghetti sauce or red wine,  make sure to first try to blot out the stain with a dry paper towel. Then you can either use an upholstery cleaner like Folex* (spray on to a paper towel and blot the stain out) Then make sure to take a dry paper towel and blot dry the moistened area well. This will prevent a water ring from forming. 

  • For general cleaning of your sofa, we recommend a professional upholstery company. Remember all light fabrics can get dirty!

  • For pilling, use a Gleener device as pilling forms. It is best to catch any pilling early on, and remove it with a Gleener.  Pilling is a natural shedding of a fabric and will eventually stop. It is not considered a defect. Gleeners can be purchased at our stores.

*It is recommended to try any cleaners in an inconspicuous area before attempting on a visible area.

 

If You Have a Cotton Slipcover:

Cotton slipcovers lend a relaxed chic appearance to any room. It is best to 

  • For dirt stains (and other dry stains), simply take a white, dry paper towel and crumple it up.  Then brush out the stain.  Be careful not to over brush as these fabrics may get damaged or pill if overly brushed. 

  • For sticky stains, stubborn stains or for general cleaning, of your slipcover, we recommend taking your slipcovers to a professional cleaners to avoid any damage or shrinkage. Remember all light fabrics can get dirty!

*It is recommended to try any cleaners in an inconspicuous area before attempting on a visible area.

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