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We strongly advise adhering to the correct maintenance and cleaning protocols to ensure your furniture maintains its optimal appearance.

Wood Furniture - Dining Tables, Occasional Tables, Bedroom Furniture:

  • Use a soft cloth, feather duster, or electrostatic duster (Swiffer) to dust on a regular basis.
  • Use a soft cloth dampened in a solution of warm water and mild detergent to wipe clean. Dry immediately, as water drops left for extended periods of time could cause permanent damage.
  • Refrain from using abrasive, harsh chemicals, and household cleaners.
  • Be sure to clean up any spills immediately to ensure no damage is done to the paint, stain, or wood.
  • Periodically tighten bolts and screws, more frequently if the items are being moved and dragged.
  • Prevent scratches, burns, and watermarks by using coasters or heat-resistant mats.
  • For scratches, touch-up crayons or markers made for furniture are available at most hardware stores or online.
  • Temperature and humidity both affect wood products. Extra humid environments will cause the wood to expand, causing sticking, while dry air will cause wood to contract, resulting in gaps. These are usually temporary and typically subside when humidity levels return to neutral. However, extremely dry environments can cause wood to crack.

Leather Furniture

  • Dust/vacuum regularly.
  • Wipe clean with a soft damp cloth often. The oils from your body, hair, and pets can build up and cause premature wear, discoloration, and staining.
  • For excessive dirt, special leather cleaners can be used, but be sure to read the labels to ensure no damage is done to the furniture. Refrain from using abrasive, harsh chemicals, and household cleaners.
  • Always test any cleaning or conditioning product in an inconspicuous area before applying it all over.
  • If located near a heat source, we recommend using a leather moisturizer 4-6 times a year to keep your leather hydrated. Dehydrated leather can cause cracking and discoloration.
  • Rotate seat cushions regularly to avoid uneven wear, which will extend the life of each cushion.
  • Leather has unique characteristics. Since it is a natural product, there will be differences in color, texture, and potentially wrinkles and scarring. These characteristics do not compromise its durability.
  • Leather reclining furniture can sometimes rub, causing an unpleasant noise. Take a dryer sheet and rub it on either side of the area to reduce friction.

Upholstered Furniture

  • Vacuum regularly. Spot clean with a soft cloth dampened in a solution of warm water and mild detergent when needed. For excessive dirt, upholstery cleaners can typically be used with care.
  • Rotate seat cushions regularly to avoid uneven wear, extending the life of each cushion.
  • Pilling occurs in high-use areas of upholstered furniture. Use a fabric shaver to clear pilling areas.


  • Unless directed otherwise, rotate your mattress every two weeks for the first three months, and every three months thereafter.
  • For dual-sided mattresses, rotate every two weeks and flip it every other time.
  • It's advisable to use a mattress protector to protect your investment.
  • Mattresses are designed to conform to your body. Body impressions are normal.
  • A "King ridge" will develop in the center of your king mattress and sometimes on your queen.

We highly suggest you purchase the accident protection plan with your furniture and a mattress protector for your new mattress. Protect your investment.

For Furniture - Protection Plans

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