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Liquid Spills

Beer, Coffee, Juices, Milk, Soda, Tea, Urine, Wine

When cleaning a liquid spill, immediately blot the fabric surface with a white or light coloured cloth / towel to remove the spilled liquid.

To spot clean the spilled area, soak a clean cloth / towel in a soap and water mixture and clean the area in a gentle circular motion.

If needed, take a damp, clean white cloth and go over the affected area to remove any soap residue from the fabric.

Do not over wet the material.

Pile fabrics may require additional light brushing in the stained area with a soft bristle brush to restore the appearance of the fabric or to reset the nap/pile direction.

If the soap and water mixture does not remove the stain completely, then repeat the above process using a multi-purpose fabric cleaner.

Cushion covers should not be removed and laundered.

On pile fabrics, the entire panel may need to be cleaned in a seam to seam fashion to restore the overall appearance of the fabric. 

Non-liquid Spills

Chocolate Syrup, Dirt, Ice-Cream, Jelly, Tomato Sauce, Salsa, Washable Magic Marker

When cleaning a non-liquid spill, immediately remove the excess spilled material from the fabric by lifting the substance off the fabric with a butter knife or similar tool. Once the excess has been removed, follow the above method to spot clean the affected area.