How to use our products

  1. When choosing fabrics one should take into account the technical characteristics of the product.
  2. Upholstery fabrics should be used for their intended purpose.
  3. When unpacking, do not use sharp tools, as this may damage the fabric.
  4. When moving the furniture or set components one must not grasp the upholstery or loose parts (cushions), as this may cause irreversible deformation or tear the upholstery fabric.
  5. Avoid exposing the upholstery on the strong point voltage (e.g. Jumping on the furniture), which could result in stretch spots, tears or stitch ripping, and other mechanical damage.
  6. Do not place the furniture in a distance of less than 1.5 m from active heat sources such as radiators, stoves, ovens, etc.
  7. Fabrics must be protected from the harmful effects of weather conditions (e.g. Rain, frost) and direct sunlight as this may damage the fabric upholstery (e.g. Permanent discoloration, cracking, etc.).
  8. Utility rooms must strictly maintain proper operating conditions, i.e. temperature of 19 to 23 degrees C and humidity of 50-70%, and regular ventilation. Different conditions may result in, among others, a permanent colour change, indelible stains, increased attraction of dust (due to picking up static), the creation of mould on the fabric upholstery, etc.
  9. Upholstery fabrics should be strictly protected against hot dishes, animals; inappropriate children play, eating meals on them, drinking beverages (including alcoholic). Failing to take such precautions may cause irreversible changes in the structure, colour and fabric properties (permanent discoloration, permanent stains, tears, cracks and other damage, etc.).
  10. Upholstery fabrics should be protected from excessive and abrupt friction, especially in one place (e.g. During cleaning, placing in a too narrow passageway). Upholstered furniture (especially with a function) should have adequate floor space, not to expose it to permanent damage.
  11. All upholstered furniture must be used consistently to for the natural, upholstery deformation to occur equally across the furniture. Smoothing the surface of the seats and backrests immediately after use is recommended to reduce the natural tendency to folding and creasing of upholstery fabrics under long-term load, the impact of temperature and humidity of the body (wrinkles and creases of upholstery fabric is not a defect, but a natural property, the greater the upholstered surface, the greater the tendency to form wrinkles and folds).
  12. All bedspreads, blankets etc. used for covering upholstery fabric on the side which contacts the surface of the upholstery, can not have any hairs (surfaces should be smooth), for bedspread fibres may connect with upholstery fibres resulting in the occurrence of hard-to-remove, fibrous "balls" (pilling).
  13. It is essential to avoid contact of upholstery fabrics in bright colours with fabrics that can "release" dye (e.g. Jeans or clothes, blankets and pillows in bright colours) as they may permanently discolour upholstery (it is not a defect of upholstery fabrics). At the same time, remember that furniture made with fabrics in bright colours (including red, navy blue, brown), under the influence of factors which activate colouring, also in the early stages of use may release the dye, which is a natural feature of the fabrics, which are wholly dyed and sitting on them while wearing bright clothes should be avoided.