Cleaning Code S

S – indicates that it should be cleaned with mild water free Solvents, also known as dry cleaning solvents.

Cleaning Code SW

SW – clean with mild soap and water. Treat stains promptly. Use a clean cloth and cool water to remove any soap residue to reoccurring stain. Do not saturate; it could leave a water ring.

I Clean Care & Cleaning Methods

All spills should be treated promptly for best results and ease of removal. Most spills can be cleaned by gently lifting the spills with a paper towel, or a clean, dry, absorbent cloth.
The use of a paper towel, or clean, dry, absorbent cloth alone may not completely remove the spill. For further treatment, these guidelines are suggested for best results
Stains, Wine, Coffee, Milk, Blood, Soda, Beer, Urine, Tea, Juices, Kool Aid
Liquid Spills – Use a water based soap mixture that combines 1 tablespoon of a liquid detergent such as Tide with 16 ounces of lukewarm water. Dampen the cleaning cloth in the mixture and gently blot the soiled area. Rinse the area with a clean, damp cloth to ensure that all of the soap residue has been removed.
Ketchup, Salsa, Chocolate Syrup/Chocolate, Ice Cream, Jelly, Crayola Magic Marker, Dirt/Mud
Non-Liquid Spills – The removal of dried non liquid spills may require the use of a soft brush or butter knife on affected area before following with any wet treatment. After removal of the dried contaminants, repeat the process of cleaning with the water based soap mixture described in the liquid spills guidelines above.
Note that pile fabrics may require that the entire panel be cleaned in a seam to seam fashion in order to restore the overall appearance of the fabric. Excessive spills may require a consultation with a professional upholstery cleaning company.