Cleaning codes

Clean-ability

Code W

  •  Can be cleaned with a water-based cleaner.  These fabrics require spot cleaning with the foam only from water‑based cleaning Agents, such as a mild detergent or a non-solvent commercial upholstery shampoo. Such cleaners need to be used sparingly, and overwetting must be avoided.

Code S

  • Can be cleaned with a solvent cleaner. These fabrics require spot cleaning, using a mild, water-free solvent or dry-cleaning product. Such cleaners need to be used sparingly in well-ventilated area With no sparks or flame in the room. Professional furniture cleaners need to treat An overall soiled condition.

Code W-S

  • Can be cleaned with tither a water-based or solvent cleaner. These fabrics require spot cleaning with either a mild solvent or dry-cleaning product. Dry-cleaning products need to be used sparingly in well-ventilated areas with no sparks or flame in the room. Professional furniture cleaners need to treat an overall soiled condition.

Code N

  • Can be cleaned by vacuuming or light brushing. These fabrics required vacuuming to prevent accumulation of dust or grime. Any kind of water-based foam or solvent-based cleaning agent may cause excessive shrinking, fading or possible pile distortion.

Code V

  • Can be cleaned with warm water and a mild soap monthly. Cleanse or liquid cleaning agents or any type should never be used on these fabrics.

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