Acrylic: Never use window or glass cleaner, ammonia products, or other chemical sprays on acrylic. Wipe with a clean, damp, non-abrasive cloth.
Glass: Apply a simple glass cleaner and a soft, lint-free cloth as needed. Avoid getting chemicals on surrounding materials.
Wood: Use non-absorbent coasters to protect surface. Dust often with a soft, lint-free cloth. Avoid saturating wood. Wipe with a slightly damp cloth to remove loose particles and dust. When necessary, use a mild soap and water to clean surfaces and finish with a dry cloth immediately.
Metal: Use non-absorbent coasters to protect surface. Wipe occasionally with a soft, damp, lint-free cloth. Finish with a dry cloth. Avoid using harsh chemicals or abrasive fabrics.
Marble: Use non-absorbent coasters to protect surface. Wipe occasionally with a soft, damp, lint-free cloth. Finish with a dry cloth. Avoid using harsh or abrasive cleaners.
Bone: Use non-absorbent coasters to protect surface. Wipe occasionally with a soft, lightly damp, lint free cloth. Finish with a dry cloth. Avoid using harsh or abrasive cleaners.
Resin: Wipe with a solution of warm water and dish soap using a soft, lint-free cloth. Rinse with water and dry completely to avoid water stains.
Linen: We recommend dry-cleaning this item to help retain its color and integrity. Spot-clean with a saltwater solution when necessary, though avoid using harsh chemicals. Iron on linen setting or when slightly damp.
Cotton/Canvas: Spot-clean with a soft-bristled toothbrush to preserve color. Machine-wash warm when necessary.
Hide: Dust off regularly. Spot-clean only when necessary with a mild, non-alkaline soapy solution. Do not leave it in exposed sunlight as it can cause the edges to roll up.
Natural Fibers: (jute, rattan, stick wicker, etc.): Wipe with a lightly soft, damp, lint-free cloth only. Avoid using harsh or abrasive cleaners.
Doormats: To care for your doormat, simply shake, brush, or vacuum it clean. To extend the life of your doormat, it should not be exposed to rain, snow, or sun for long periods of time.
Antiqued Glass: Wipe delicately with a soft, damp, lint-free cloth as needed.
Teak: Clean regularly with a simple solution of water, mild soap, and vinegar to avoid mildew formation. Clean with a gentle brush. For concentrated stains, use a teak wood cleaner. To help retain it’s original color longer, use a tung oil or linseed oil.
Down: Down products can be home cleaned, however this is a difficult and time consuming job as the drying process can take several hours. We recommend taking it to a professional cleaner who specializes in down. It is important to wash your items with a down specific soap. Never use liquid detergents or fabric softeners, as detergents may leave residues that will not rinse out and may wash away the natural oils of the down.
Sheets: Do not use bluing agents or fabric softeners. Instead wash with LESS soap and pull from the dryer when still damp. Let air dry at end and fold properly for the longest life and softest feel.