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Beautyfor furniture care rules

  • General rules for maintenance and operation of furniture

    Furniture should be protected from direct sunlight, direct effects of electrical appliances, it should not be placed closer than 1 m to heat sources, air conditioners.
    The furniture must not be moved, as it can be damaged. Moving the furniture will prevent possible damage to the floor. The furniture legs can scratch the floor surface when moving.
    Sudden changes in temperature can severely damage furniture or its parts.
    The effect of water, alcohol, thinner, solvents and various other chemical agents on the furniture should be avoided. Tools for cleaning furniture are used only with the responsibility of the furniture user, after testing the tool in an inconspicuous place. Spots or liquids must be cleaned immediately!
    Furniture must be placed in dry, ventilated rooms. Furniture cannot be placed close to damp walls and heating devices.

    Furniture should be protected from:

    5.1. direct sunlight;

    5.2. furniture should not be closer than 1 m to the heat source;

    5.3. high temperature;

    5.4. it is necessary to ensure that hot objects do not fall on the furniture;

    5.5. mechanical impact (avoid impacts, do not scratch the surface with sharp objects);

    5.6. exposure to liquids and acids.

    Furniture delivery, unpacking, furniture installation

    Before using the folding function of the furniture for the first time, make sure that all transport protections are removed.

    The furniture may have creases caused by transportation. In this case, manual shaping of the furniture parts (armrests, sticks, etc.) is recommended, which will allow you to obtain the required shape of the furniture faster.
    Do not lift the furniture by the armrests. Do not pull the furniture by the headboard, soft back cushions, armrests or back cushions, as this can damage the seams. Carefully lift the entire product from the base.
    After unpacking the furniture, it is not recommended to use it immediately. Leave the furniture to air out.
    The furniture must be placed on a level surface. Place the furniture 5 - 10 cm from the wall so that there are no scratches or dents.
    Recommended indoor relative humidity: 45% - 55%, temperature from +18ºC to +23ºC
    It is not recommended to place the furniture too close to heaters and other heat sources, away from vents and air conditioners to avoid sudden changes in temperature and humidity (minimum distance of 1 m)
    Before using the product, it must be protected with cleaning and preservation products recommended by the manufacturer or seller.

    Use of furniture

    Furniture must be used for its intended purpose;
    During the first three months of use, the foam of the furniture should soften and remain so.
    Do not sit on the armrests, the backrest.
    Do not stand, jump on the seat, on the support.
    When using upholstered furniture with pillows, it is necessary to repeat their shaping by hand depending on the intensity of use of the furniture.
    The natural effects of use include wrinkling of the cover, slight settling of the seat, stretching of the fabric, artificial or natural leather, looseness, rubbing at the seams, and the shine of the leather. In the sitting parts, the fabric may form slight folds during use - this is a consequence of stretching and is not a defect in the material.
    Do not pull the lifting mechanism only on one side - always pull at the center.
    It is recommended to avoid direct contact of the furniture upholstery with human body sweat, animal and vegetable fats, solvents and alcohol-containing liquids, as well as with other chemical agents that may have an adverse effect on the upholstery.
    Do not put newspapers, magazines on the furniture - the paint can soak in and damage the furniture upholstery. Jeans and other clothes, furniture covers (blankets), and items made of dyeing fabric (material) can leave visible stains on the furniture upholstery.
    Over time, the unevenness of the shade may appear, which is caused by the fading effect of light.


    Upholstered furniture is made using soft materials and cannot be measured accurately. Small deviations in the dimensions of the furniture, uneven seams, etc. are inevitable and characteristic of upholstered furniture.

    Color deviations
    Color differences between the sample at the time of purchase and the final product may vary. Due to dyeing technologies, there is no absolute guarantee that the color of the sample fabric will match completely. This applies to both fabrics and artificial and natural leather. The warranty also does not cover unevenness in the texture of the materials.

    The smell
    Leather, artificial leather, tapestry, wood have their own specific smell.

    To clean furniture upholstery, it is mandatory to use only the cleaning services of the relevant registered companies or to use commercially available certified products intended only for the care of the relevant furniture upholstery, in strict compliance with the rules of their use and the recommendations of the furniture manufacturer.
    To remove dry dirt, carefully wipe the furniture with a dry cloth or a soft bristle brush.
    Furniture should be cleaned in circular motions, without strong pressure. Strong rubbing can damage the surface of the upholstery k leather and artificial leather and extend the stain.
    If the furniture is wet, do not dry it with a hair dryer, but use paper towels or a dry white cloth.
    Always clean solid pieces of furniture from seam to seam for a complete clean, e.g. seat, armrests.

    Cleaning of leather furniture
    For routine cleaning, use a cotton cloth of a non-white fabric dampened with room temperature water. A couple of times a year, leather furniture should be lubricated with a special product intended for leather furniture, to prevent drying and cracking of the leather. Do not use solvents, acetone, alcohol, soap or washing powder to clean the leather. Use a skin cleansing cream to clean. Remember that the skin requires very careful care. Do not wash leather upholstery.

    Cleaning artificial leather furniture
    Use a clean cloth for normal cleaning. Use a clean cloth soaked in castor oil for eco leather renewal

    Rules for maintenance and operation of metal and glass elements, glass tables and tables
    Do not use hard abrasives to clean metal surfaces. Polish the damaged surface immediately to protect the underlying metal layers from corrosion.
    Clean the dust.
    Clean chrome or stainless steel surfaces only with specially designed cleaning agents. Long-term storage of metal furniture in a humid environment can cause corrosion.
    Indoor furniture is not recommended for outdoor use.
    Dust is cleaned from glass furniture elements with a soft dry cloth. Clean only with cleaners from known manufacturers, following the instructions on the packaging. Do not spray glass cleaners on other surfaces or frosted glass. Unscrew frosted glass utensils with the frosted side down.
    The matte (rough) side of the glass surface is covered with a special varnish, so the varnished side of the glass surface should only be washed with ordinary warm +35-40°C water. If one side of the matte (rough) varnished glass surface is smeared in one place, it is necessary to clean the entire glass surface.
    Be sure to clean only with a cotton cloth or special cloths for glass. When cleaning, do not press or rub in one place.
    Do not clean frosted glass with glass cleaner. Be careful not to get grease on it, as it may leave stains that are difficult to clean.

    Instructions for cleaning plastic furniture and decoration: Such surfaces must be cleaned with a damp cloth. The surface must be wiped dry. Do not clean with abrasive cloths or cleaners containing abrasive particles. Do not use polishing or polishing products intended for wood.

    In order for the furniture to serve you for a long time and delight you with its unique appearance, we provide you with information about the materials used for furniture production, care and safe use.

    Polyester - fabric for the production of soft parts (seat or back cushions), umbrella fabric. This is a very popular material used in furniture production. High water resistance. The resistance to fading is average (dark colors may fade under direct sunlight for a long time, but this does not affect other properties in any way. The manufacturer recommends using covers if you want to keep the original color as long as possible. It is recommended to clean with spray foam or soap and water (water temperature no higher than 30 °C).
    Ceramics is a durable, safe and maintenance-free material. Attention! Be careful with sharp objects, they can damage the surface. For maintenance, use warm water, soap and a soft sponge. Note. Do not use high pressure devices for washing.
    Attention! Do not use acid cleaners for maintenance. For surface maintenance, use only cleaning agents that do not contain solid particles. Protect from mechanical impact: avoid impacts, do not scratch the surface with sharp objects, e.g. do not cut food directly on the surface. Do not use bleaches or solvents.
    Aluminum is a durable, lightweight, stainless metal that is resistant to moisture. Almost all furniture frames are made of it. If the surface is made of untreated aluminum, it may turn a little gray when exposed to sunlight. Attention! Be careful with sharp objects, they can damage the surface. For maintenance, use warm water, soap and a soft sponge. Note. Do not use high pressure devices for washing.

    General instructions for assembling furniture.
    When assembling the furniture, use the attached assembly instructions:
    Carefully place the furniture on a straight, well-cleaned, soft surface to avoid scratching the surface.
    When assembling the table, we advise you to assemble the table legs first before attaching them to the table top.
    Carefully insert the screws and washers into the holes in the frame or legs. Turn the screws clockwise by hand. Assembling the furniture does not require much physical strength. Forcing the screw can damage the threads.
    All screws and wood screws must first be screwed in by hand and only then can all be tightened with wrenches.
    More detailed furniture assembly instructions you will find it in the furniture box.