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Care Labels

Various factors determine the life expectancy of your fabric: colour, weight, fibre content etc. Due to these variables, some fabrics may require specific cleaning solutions or procedures. For this reason it is impossible to provide a single cleaning code to cover all fabrics. By law, all furnishing fabrics must be provided with a Fabric Care Label to advise correct and suitable care instructions for your specific fabric. Your Care Label will be located on the furniture by a hang-tag or label sewn under the seat cushion or flounce or given to you by your furniture retailer. Always refer to your Fabric Care Label before attempting ANY cleaning.


FIAA Care Labels

+ Care Label 1 – Pile Fabrics – Velvets and Chenille Wovens

Regular care (weekly)

  • Vacuum regularly using low suction
  • Rotate reversible cushions regularly
  • Protect from direct sunlight

Cleaning
Do not remove cushion covers for separate cleaning or washing, even though they may have zippers. Shampoo clean using upholstery shampoo. Do not use dishwashing or laundry detergents. Do not wet filling. Do not scrub with a stiff brush.

  • Gently vacuum to restore pile. Dry in shade away from direct heat. Allow to dry thoroughly before re-use;
    OR
  • Clean with hot-water extraction machine (hot).Professional cleaning recommended. Use only upholstery detergent. Do not wet filling. Gently vacuum to restore pile. Dry in shade away from direct heat. Allow to dry thoroughly before re-use.

Spot cleaning
Treat spills and stains as soon as possible. Gently scrape any soil or mop any liquid from the surface of the fabric, apply proprietary cleaning agents strictly according to instructions to remove the residue of the spill. Do not saturate the fabric or interior with water or other cleaning liquids. May be spot cleaned with dry cleaning solvent. Annual professional cleaning recommended.

Soil resist treatments
Apply only water-based soil resist (fabric protector) treatments.

Pilling
Can occur occasionally as a result of normal daily wear and should not be considered as a fault. Fibre pills can be removed by a battery operated pilling tool available from most haberdashery stores.

Shading
Orientation of pile fibres will be disrupted when sat upon, resulting in an apparently different shade on contact areas. This disruption of the pile fibres and consequent apparent colour change are inherent characteristics and should not be considered as defects.

Download : Care label 1 – Pile Fabrics - Velvets and Chenille Wovens (1.8Mb PDF)

+ Care Label 3 – Non pile fabrics

Regular care (weekly) 

  • Vacuum regularly using low suction 
  • Rotate reversible cushions regularly 
  • Protect from direct sunlight

Cleaning 

  • Do not remove cushion covers for separate cleaning or washing, even though they may have zippers. Shampoo clean using upholstery shampoo. Do not use dishwashing or laundry detergents. Do not wet filling. Do not scrub with a stiff brush. Dry in shade away from direct heat. Allow to dry thoroughly before re-use;
    OR
  • Clean with hot-water extraction machine (hot). Professional cleaning recommended. Use only upholstery detergent. Do not wet filling. Dry in shade away from direct heat. Allow to dry thoroughly before re-use.

Spot cleaning 
Treat spills and stains as soon as possible. Gently scrape any soil or mop any liquid from the surface of the fabric. Apply proprietary cleaning agents strictly according to instructions to remove the residue of the spill. Do not saturate the fabric or interior with water or other cleaning liquids. May be spot cleaned with dry cleaning solvent.

Annual professional cleaning recommended.

Soil resist treatments 
Apply only water-based soil resist (fabric protector) treatments.

Pilling
Can occur occasionally as a result of normal daily wear and should not be considered as a fault. Fibre pills can be removed by a battery operated pilling tool available from most haberdashery stores.

Download : Care label 3 – Non Pile Fabrics (1.6Mb PDF)

+ Care Label 4 – Non pile fabric – Soil resistant treatment

Regular care (weekly) 

  • Vacuum regularly using low suction 
  • Rotate reversible cushions regularly 
  • Protect from direct sunlight

Cleaning 
Do not remove cushion covers for separate cleaning or washing, even though they may have zippers. Clean with hot-water extraction machine (hot). Professional cleaning recommended. Do not wet filling. Dry in shade away from direct heat. Allow to dry thoroughly before re-use. Re-application of soil-resist treatment may be necessary.

Spot cleaning 
Treat spills and stains as soon as possible. Gently scrape any soil or mop any liquid from the surface of the fabric. Apply proprietary cleaning agents strictly according to instructions to remove the residue of the spill. Do not saturate the fabric or interior with water or other cleaning liquids. May be spot cleaned with dry cleaning solvent.

Annual professional cleaning recommended.

CAUTION: Secondary applications of stain repellent treatments may affect the performance of some pre–treated fabrics. Please test on inconspicuous area before applying.

Pilling 
Can occur occasionally as a result of normal daily wear and should not be considered as a fault. Fibre pills can be removed by a battery-operated pilling tool available from most haberdashery stores. 

Download : Care Label 4 - Non pile fabric  - Soil resistant treatment (1.7Mb PDF)

+ Care Label 5 – Chintz or Moire

Regular care (weekly) 

  • Vacuum regularly using low suction 
  • Rotate reversible cushions regularly 
  • Protect from direct sunlight

Cleaning 
Do not remove cushion covers for separate cleaning or washing, even though they may have zippers. Do not shampoo clean. Do not clean with hot-water extraction. Do not sponge with water. May be cleaned with dry powder cleaner. Sprinkle powder over fabric. Spread powder to ensure uniform coverage. Allow powder to stand for recommended period. Vacuum powder from fabric with gentle suction.

Spot cleaning 
Treat spills and stains as soon as possible. Gently scrape any soil or mop any liquid from the surface of the fabric. Spot clean with dry cleaning solvent of dry powder cleaner. Do not sponge with water or detergent solution.

Annual professional cleaning recommended.

Pilling 
Can occur occasionally as a result of normal daily wear and should not be considered as a fault. Fibre pills can be removed by a battery-operated pilling tool available from most haberdashery stores. 

Download : Care Label 5 – Chintz or Moire (1Mb PDF)

+ Care Label 6 – Leather

Regular Care (weekly)
Protect from direct sunlight, heat and weather. Dust with a clean dry cloth or use the soft brush attachment on your vacuum cleaner. Routinely wipe contact areas of perspiration and body oils regularly (weekly). 

Cleaning
Remove all liquid and food spills immediately. Wipe with a clean cloth dampened with proprietary brand leather cleaners suitable for a surface finish leather or Thomas Maxwell leather soft cleaner in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions. Do not use shoe, saddle, or floor polishes or laundry cleaning products. Do not use solvents or cleaning fluids, abrasive powders, and paste cleaners. Do not wet excessively. Avoid hard rubbing or scrubbing. Wipe with a clean cloth dampened with water to remove residues. Dry in shade away from direct heat. 

Regular use of a proprietary leather conditioner or Thomas Maxwell Protection cream recommended. 

Spot Cleaning
Clean as above. For persistent marks seek professional advice.

Download : Care Label 6 - Leather (91kb PDF)

+ Care Label 7 – Flock velvet

Warning 
Do not apply solvent-based soil resistant finishes or solvent based cleaning products as pile loss may occur. Apply only water based fabric protector treatments. Do not use aerosol products.

Regular care (weekly) 
Protect from direct sunlight. Vacuum regularly using low suction. Rotate reversible cushions regularly.

Cleaning 
Do not dry clean. Professional cleaning recommended. Clean with hot-water extraction machine (hot). Clean only with water based shampoo or foam upholstery cleaner. Do not over wet. Use cautious rubbing while fabric is damp. Cushion covers should not be removed or laundered even though they may have zips. Do not wet filling. Dry in shade away from direct heat. Allow to dry thoroughly before re-use.

Spot cleaning 
Do not use solvents to spot clean as fabric pile could be removed. Treat spills and stains as soon as possible. Gently scrape any soil or mop any liquid from the surface of the fabric. Do not rub harshly in concentrated areas.

Annual professional cleaning recommended.

Soil resist treatments 
Apply only water-based soil resist (fabric protector) treatments. Do not use solvent based products.

Pilling 
Can occur occasionally as a result of normal daily wear and should not be considered as a fault. Fibre pills can be removed by a battery operated pilling tool available from most haberdashery stores. 

Download : Care Label 7 – Flock velvet (1.6Mb PDF)

+ Care Label 8 – Slip-wash cover

General Care
When arranging your furniture, avoid direct sunlight, as prolonged exposure can cause colours to fade in furnishing fabrics. Care should also be taken to avoid furniture touching external walls or radiators, as this could cause problems of moisture build-up/scorching damage. Take care to prevent sharp objects (e.g. children’s sandal buckles, pets’ claws) from coming into contact with your furniture, as this may cause snagging or tearing of the fabric. Vacuum regularly (weekly) using low suction. Rotate reversible cushions regularly. Pilling: Can occur occasionally as a result of normal daily wear and should not be considered as a fault. Fibre pills can be removed by a battery operated pilling tool available from most haberdashery stores.

Spot Cleaning
Treat spills and stains as soon as possible. Gently scrape any soil or mop any liquid from the surface of the fabric.

Washing Instructions
If your covers are too bulky for your machine we recommend professional washing by your local laundry, followed by professional laundry tumble drying on cool setting. Use a gentle cycle and do not wash the fabric at a temperature exceeding 40 degrees. Use a washing agent that does not contain optical brighteners and which is suitable for colour retention such as Earth Choice (3 X Ultra concentrate liquid), or Eco Store Laundry Powder or Omo Colour. Dry cleaning is possible if preferred, but some colour variation may occur if cushions are cleaned separately from the main covers.

Warning:
Do not use washing agents containing any optical brighteners, as this may affect colour, particularly if cushions and main cover are not washed at the same time. Do not mix different colours or fabrics in the wash. Do not squeeze or wring by hand. Do not apply detergent directly to covers when washing.

NOTE: Some minor colour change may occur in the initial washing stages. We recommend laundering or dry cleaning in complete cover sets to ensure there is no colour variation between cushions and main covers.

Drying Instructions
To reduce risk of shrinkage, line drying only should be used. Do not line dry in direct sunlight as this may accelerate colour loss. Do not tumble dry, unless as part of Professional Laundry Service tumble drying on Cool Setting. Ironing should not be necessary, but if required, iron on the reverse side using a light steam.

Download : Care Label 8 – Slip-wash cover (1.7Mb PDF)

+ Care Label 9 – Viscose/Rayon Pile Fabrics

Regular care (weekly) 

  • Protect from direct sunlight 
  • Vacuum regularly using low suction 
  • Rotate reversible cushions regularly

Cleaning 
Do not dry clean. Professional cleaning recommended. 
Clean with hot-water extraction machine (hot). Clean only with water based shampoo or foam upholstery cleaner. Do not over wet. Use cautious rubbing while fabric is damp. Finish by orientating the pile in a consistent direction. Cushion covers should not be removed or laundered even though they may have zips. Do not wet filling. Dry in shade away from direct heat. Allow to dry thoroughly before re-use.

Spot cleaning 
Treat spills and stains as soon as possible. Gently scrape any soil or mop any liquid from the surface of the fabric. Do not rub harshly in concentrated areas.

Annual professional cleaning recommended

Soil resist treatments 
Apply only water-based soil resist (fabric protector) treatments. Do not use solvent based products.

Pilling 
Can occur occasionally as a result of normal daily wear and should not be considered as a fault. Fibre pills can be removed by a battery-operated pilling tool available from most haberdashery stores. 

Shading
Orientation of pile fibres will be disrupted when sat upon, resulting in an apparently different shade on contact areas. This disruption of the pile fibres and consequent apparent colour change are inherent characteristics and should not be considered as defects.

Download : Care Label 9 - Viscose/Rayon Pile Fabrics (1.5Mb PDF)

+ Care Label 10 – Tritan

Regular Care (weekly) 

  • Vacuum regularly using low suction 
  • Rotate reversible cushions regularly 
  • Protect from direct sunlight

Cleaning 
Do not wash. Do not dry clean. Do not remove cushion covers for separate cleaning even though they may have zippers. Clean with hot water extraction machine (hot). Do not wet filling. Dry in shade away from direct heat. Allow to dry thoroughly before reuse.

Spot Cleaning 
Treat spill stains as soon as possible. Pre–test cleaning method on a hidden part of the furniture. Scrape off any soil or mop any liquid from the surface of the fabric. Sponge fabric with plain water and mild soap solution, a powdered enzyme detergent mixed with water is preferred. Do not use very hot water. Specialised upholstery shampoo, water based cleaning products and mild germicidal detergents may also be used. For stubborn stains a liquid stain remover mixed with water may also be applied gently. Do not scrub. Rinse off all cleaning products completely. 

When arranging your furniture take care to avoid contact with external walls or radiators.

Annual professional cleaning recommended.

Pilling 
Can occur occasionally as a result of normal daily wear and should not be considered as a fault. Fibre pills can be removed by a battery-operated pilling tool available from most haberdashery stores. 

Download : Care Label 10 – Tritan (1.1Mb PDF)

+ Care Label 11 – Tritan – Bleach Clean

Regular Care (weekly) 

  • Vacuum regularly using low suction 
  • Rotate reversible cushions regularly 
  • Protect from direct sunlight

Cleaning 
Do not wash or dry clean. Do not remove cushion covers for separate cleaning even though they may have zippers. Clean with hot water extraction machine (hot). Do not wet filling. Dry in shade away from direct heat. Allow to dry thoroughly before reuse.

Spot Cleaning 

Treat spill stains as soon as possible. Pre-test cleaning method on a hidden part of the furniture. Scrape off any soil or mop any liquid from the surface of the fabric. Sponge fabric with plain water and mild soap solution, a powdered enzyme detergent mixed with water is preferred. Do not use very hot water. 

Specialised upholstery shampoo, water based cleaning products and mild germicidal detergents may also be used. For stubborn stains a liquid stain remover mixed with water may also be applied gently. Do not scrub. Rinse off all cleaning products completely.

Bleach Cleaning/Disinfection

Mix 5% of household bleach (sodium hypochlorite) with 95% water (One 250mL cup of household bleach in 5L of water). Pre-test cleaning method on a hidden part of the furniture. The bleach solution can remain on the fabric surface for up to 10-minutes after which the bleach solution must be thoroughly rinsed from the fabric using a water extraction machine filled with cold water. Once thoroughly rinsed, extract any residual moisture and allow to dry at room temperature. Furniture must be dry before being reused.

WARNING: Sodium hypochlorite bleach is corrosive. Avoid contact with the skin. Use PVC gloves and follow the safety instructions of the bleach manufacturer. Please also be mindful not to apply the bleach solution to the frame of the furniture or any floor coverings without further testing.

When arranging your furniture take care to avoid contact with external walls or radiators. Annual professional cleaning recommended.

Pilling 

Can occur occasionally as a result of normal daily wear and should not be considered as a fault. Fibre pills can be removed by a battery operated pilling tool available from most haberdashery stores.

Download : Care Label 11 – Tritan - Bleach Clean (40kb PDF)

+ Care Label 12 – Commercial Washing for Polyester

Application
The following care instructions are intended for 100% Polyester flat woven bedspreads, drapes, cushions covers, and hospital screens. For drapes and hospital screens remove hooks, rings and trims before cleaning.

General Care
Take care to prevent sharp objects (e.g. sandal buckles, pets’ claws) from coming into contact with your fabric, as this may cause snagging or tearing of the fabric.

Pilling
Can occur occasionally as a result of normal daily wear and should not be considered as a fault. Fibre pills can be removed by a battery operated pilling tool available from most haberdashery stores.

Spot Cleaning

  • Treat spills and stains as soon as possible. 
  • Gently scrape any soil or mop any liquid from the surface of the fabric. 

Washing Instuctions
If your covers are too bulky for your machine we recommend professional washing by your local laundry. Possible shrinkage 3%.

Sorting

  • Wash with polyester qualities only in similar colours. 
  • Do not wash with fabrics liable to produce lint. 
  • Wash heavily soiled articles separately. 

Washing

  • May be hand washed. Do not rub or wring. 
  • Dissolve detergent prior to wash. 
  • Machine wash load not more than 50% capacity. 
  • Use a gentle cycle 60c (max), gentle spin. 
  • Use at least three rinses and rinse temperature should be 10-12 degrees below the previous process. 
  • Dry cleanable. 
  • Use warm hand iron. 

NOTE: Some minor colour change may occur in the initial washing stages. We recommend laundering or dry cleaning in complete sets to ensure there is no colour variation between cushions and drapes.

Commercial Laundering

  • May be thermally disinfected 80c (max) 
  • For Hydroextraction use a slow short spin cycle with a reduced load. 
  • Warm tumble dry. 
  • Use reduced press pressure and time on mechanical press. 
  • Use synthetic setting on garment press. 
  • For best results hang curtains by their hooks to damp dry immediately. 
  • For continuous ironers use iron bed temperature of 180c (max). 

Stain removal and local disinfection
Mix 5% of household bleach (sodium hypochlorite) with 95% water (One 250mL cup of household bleach in 5L of water). Pre-test cleaning method on a hidden part of the furniture. The bleach solution can remain on the fabric surface for up to 10-minutes after which the bleach solution must be thoroughly rinsed from the fabric using a water extraction machine filled with cold water. Once thoroughly rinsed, extract any residual moisture and allow to dry at room temperature. Furniture must be dry before being reused. 

WARNING: Sodium hypochlorite bleach is corrosive. Avoid contact with the skin. Use PVC gloves and follow the safety instructions of the bleach manufacturer. Please also be mindful not to apply the bleach solution to the frame of the furniture or any floor coverings without further testing.

Annual professional cleaning recommended. 

Download : Care Label 12 - Commercial Washing for Polyester (200kb PDF)

+ Care Label – Lustrell

Regular Care 
Protect from direct sunlight and keep at a minimum of 30cm (12 inches) away from direct heat sources. Routinely (weekly) vacuum with a soft brush attachment to remove airborne particles and wipe with a damp sponge or cloth. We recommend the use of proprietary branded or Lustrell Faux Leather Conditioner and Protector to protect against build-up of grime and premature wear.

Cleaning 
Blot liquid spills with a clean dry cloth. Wipe with a clean cloth dampened with warm water. Clean using a proprietary brand leather cleaner or Lustrell branded Regular cleaner or Spot cleaner. Do not use abrasive powder, detergent based or paste cleaners. Do not wet excessively. A soft bristle brush may be used to remove ingrained soil. Avoid scratching by gentle brushing. Wipe with a clean cloth dampened with water to remove residues. Dry in shade away from direct heat. Do not clean with hot water extraction machine. Do not clean with on-site dry-cleaning machine.

Spot Cleaning 
Clean as above. For persistent marks seek professional advice.

Lustrell® is the registered trademark of Warwick Fabrics. 

WARNING: Please note silicone based cleaners should not be used 

Download : Care Label - Lustrell (48kb PDF)

+ Care Label – Lustrell – Bleach Clean

Regular care
Protect from direct sunlight and keep at a minimum of 30cm (12 inches) away from direct heat sources. Routinely (weekly) vacuum with a soft brush attachment to remove airborne particles and wipe with a damp sponge or cloth. We recommend the use of proprietary branded or Lustrell Faux Leather Conditioner and Protector to protect against build-up of grime and premature wear.

Cleaning
Blot liquid spills with a clean dry cloth. Wipe with a clean cloth dampened with warm water. Clean using a proprietary brand leather cleaner or Lustrell branded Regular cleaner or Spot cleaner. Do not use abrasive powder, detergent based or paste cleaners. Do not wet excessively. A soft bristle brush may be used to remove ingrained soil. Avoid scratching by gentle brushing. Wipe with a clean cloth dampened with water to remove residues. Dry in shade away from direct heat. Do not clean with hot water extraction machine. Do not clean with on-site dry-cleaning machine.

Spot Cleaning
Clean as above. For persistent marks seek professional advice.

Bleach Cleaning/Disinfection
Mix 5% of household bleach (sodium hypochlorite) with 95% water (One 250mL cup of household bleach in 5L of water). Pre-test cleaning method on a hidden part of the furniture. The bleach solution can remain on the vinyl surface for up to 10-minutes after which the bleach solution must be thoroughly rinsed. To rinse, wipe the surface several times with a cloth wet with clean cold water and allow to dry at room temperature. Furniture must be dry before being reused.

WARNING: Sodium hypochlorite bleach is corrosive. Avoid contact with the skin. Use PVC gloves and follow the safety instructions of the bleach manufacturer. Please also be mindful not to apply the bleach solution to the frame of the furniture or any floor coverings without further testing.

When arranging your furniture take care to avoid contact with external walls or radiators. Annual professional cleaning recommended.

WARNING: Please note silicone based cleaners should not be used

Lustrell® is the registered trademark of Warwick Fabrics.

Download : Care Label  - Lustrell Bleach Clean (60kb PDF)

+ Care Label – SunDec

Regular Care
Where possible store away from direct sunlight when not in use to prolong fabric life. Vacuum regularly using low suction. Rotate reversible cushions regularly.

Cleaning
Do not remove cushion covers for separate cleaning even though they have zippers. Clean with hot-water extraction machine (hot).
Professional cleaning recommended. Use only upholstery detergent. Do not wet filling. Allow to naturally dry before re-use.
or
May be shampoo cleaned using upholstery shampoo only. Do not use dishwashing or laundry detergents. Do not wet filling. Do not scrub with stiff brush. Allow to naturally dry before re-use.

Spot Cleaning
Treat spills and stains as soon as possible. Gently scrape any soil or mop any liquid from the surface of the fabric. Do not scrub. Apply proprietary cleaning agents strictly according to instructions to remove the residue of the spill. Do not saturate the fabric or interior with water or other cleaning liquids. May be spot cleaned with dry cleaning solvent.

Bleach Cleaning/Disinfection
Mix 5% of household bleach (sodium hypochlorite) with 95% water (One 250mL cup of household bleach in 5L of water). Pre-test cleaning method on a hidden part of the furniture. The bleach solution can remain on the fabric surface for up to 10-minutes after which the bleach solution must be thoroughly rinsed from the fabric using a water extraction machine filled with cold water. Once thoroughly rinsed, extract any residual moisture and allow to dry at room temperature. Furniture must be dry before being reused.

WARNING: Sodium hypochlorite bleach is corrosive. Avoid contact with the skin. Use PVC gloves and follow the safety instructions of the bleach manufacturer. Please also be mindful not to apply the bleach solution to the frame of the furniture or any floor coverings without further testing.

SUNDEC® is the registered trademark of Warwick Fabrics.

Download : Care Label - SunDec (50kb PDF)


WCAA Care Labels

+ Care Label 1

For use on velvet and silk fabrics. Remove hooks, rings and trims before cleaning. Gently vacuum regularly with appropriate attachment. Do not wash. Do not iron. Dry clean only (50). Possible shrinkage 3%.

Annual professional cleaning recommended. 

Download : Care Label 1 (411kb PDF)

+ Care Label 2

For use on viscose/acetate and other fabrics which may shrink such as bulky cottons. Protect against sunlight with lining or other shading devices. Remove hooks, rings and trims before cleaning. Gently vacuum regularly with appropriate attachment. Do not wash. Use warm iron. Dry clean only (50). 
Possible shrinkage 3%.

Annual professional cleaning recommended. 

Download : Care Label 2 (495kb PDF)

+ Care Label 3

For use on printed or dyed cotton and linen fabrics not pigment dyed. Remove hooks, rings and trims before cleaning. Gently vacuum regularly with appropriate attachment. Washing: Warm hand wash. Do not bleach. Do not tumble dry. Drip dry in the shade without delay. For best results hang curtains by their hooks to dry. Use warm iron lengthways. Dry clean only (50).

Possible shrinkage 3%.

Annual professional cleaning recommended. 

Download : Care Label 3 (545kb PDF)

+ Care Label 3A

For use on pigment or solid coloured pigment cotton and linen fabrics. Remove hooks, rings and trims before cleaning. Gently vacuum with appropriate attachment. Warm hand wash. Do not rub or wring. Do not bleach. Do not tumble dry. Drip dry in the shade. For best results hang curtains by their hooks to dry. Use warm iron lengthways. Do not dry clean. Possible shrinkage 3%.

Annual professional cleaning recommended.

Download : Care Label 3A (505kb PDF)

+ Care Label 4

For use on polyester/cotton, polyester mixture and polyester fabrics, woven or knitted. Remove hooks, rings and trims before cleaning. Gently vacuum regularly with appropriate attachment. Warm hand wash. Do not bleach. Do not rub or wring. Drip dry in shade. For best results hang curtains by their hooks to damp dry immediately. Use warm iron. Dry cleanable (50). Possible shrinkage 3%.

Annual professional cleaning recommended.

Download : Care Label 4 (511kb PDF)

+ Care Label 5

For use on acrylic and modacrylic fabrics. Remove hooks, rings and trims before cleaning. Gently vacuum regularly with appropriate attachment. Warm hand wash. Do not bleach. Do not rub or wring. Do not tumble dry after washing. Drip dry in shade. For best results re-hang curtains immediately by their hooks to damp dry. Cool iron if required. Do not steam iron. Dry cleanable (50). No steam pressing. Possible shrinkage 3%. 

Annual professional cleaning recommended.

Download : Care Label 5 (527kb PDF)

+ Care Label 6W

For use on acrylic foam backed fabrics and flock coated fabrics of both man-made fibres and cotton. Regular care will minimize the need for additional cleaning. Gently vacuum with appropriate attachment. Always exercise caution when spot cleaning. Test clean on non exposed surface. Avoid excessive rubbing and abrasion. Do not clean in domestic washing machine. Remove hooks, rings and trims before cleaning. Hand wash in cool-to-warm water (Max 40 C). Mild detergents, such as wool mixes are recommended. Do not bleach, soak, rub or wring. Curtains are heavy when wet. Professional wet cleaning recommended. Drip dry in shade. Do not tumble dry. Hang curtains by their hooks to avoid coated sides touching. Do not use pegs. Do not fold curtains over a clothes line. Do not iron/press coated side. Warm iron/press on fabric side only. Do not dry clean. Possible shrinkage 3%.

Annual professional cleaning recommended.

Download : Care Label 6W (890kb PDF)

+ Care Label 7

For use on fabrics where dry cleaning is not recommended or for some acrylic mixtures and polypropylene blends which cannot be dry cleaned. Remove hooks, rings and trims before cleaning. Gently vacuum with appropriate attachment. Warm hand wash. Do not bleach. Do not rub, wring or tumble dry. Drip dry in shade. For best results hang curtains by their hooks to dry. Use cool iron. Do not steam iron. Do not dry clean. Possible shrinkage 3%. 

Annual professional cleaning recommended.

Download : Care Label 7 (514kb PDF)

+ Care Label 7F

For use on flock type fabrics such as plush velvets. Remove hooks, rings and trims before cleaning. Regularly vacuum with appropriate attachment. Warm hand wash. Do not bleach. Do not rub or wring. Do not tumble dry. Drip dry in shade. Cool iron on reverse side of fabric. Do not steam. Do not dry clean. Possible shrinkage 3%. 

Annual professional cleaning recommended.

Download : Care Label 7F (458kb PDF)

+ Care Label 9

For use on pigment fabrics which may be washed or dry cleaned. Remove hooks, rings and trims before cleaning. Regularly vacuum with appropriate attachment. Warm hand wash. Do not bleach. Do not rub or wring. Do not tumble dry. Drip dry in shade. For best results hang curtains by their hooks to dry. Do not use hot iron. Warm iron lengthways. Dry clean recommended (50). Possible shrinkage 3%. 

Annual professional cleaning recommended.

Download : Care Label 9 (512kb PDF)

+ Care Label 9A

For use on pigment dyed fabrics which may be washed. Remove hooks, rings and trims before cleaning. Regularly vacuum with appropriate attachment. Warm hand wash. Do not bleach. Do not rub or wring. Do not tumble dry. Drip dry in shade. For best results hang curtains by their hooks to dry. Do not use hot iron. Warm iron lengthways. Do not dry clean. Possible shrinkage 3%. 

Annual professional cleaning recommended.

Download : Care Label 9A (499kb PDF)

+ Care Label 10

For use on pigment dyed fabrics which cannot be washed. Remove hooks, rings and trims before cleaning. Gently vacuum regularly using appropriate attachment. Do not wash. Dry clean only (50). Warm iron. Possible shrinkage 3%. 

Download : Care Label 10 (383kb PDF)

+ Care Label 11 – Commercial Washing for Polyester

Application
The following care instructions are intended for 100% Polyester flat woven bedspreads, drapes, cushions covers, and hospital screens. For drapes and hospital screens remove hooks, rings and trims before cleaning.

General Care
Take care to prevent sharp objects (e.g. sandal buckles, pets’ claws) from coming into contact with your fabric, as this may cause snagging or tearing of the fabric.

Pilling
Can occur occasionally as a result of normal daily wear and should not be considered as a fault. Fibre pills can be removed by a battery operated pilling tool available from most haberdashery stores.

Spot Cleaning

  • Treat spills and stains as soon as possible. 
  • Gently scrape any soil or mop any liquid from the surface of the fabric. 

Washing Instuctions
If your covers are too bulky for your machine we recommend professional washing by your local laundry. Possible shrinkage 3%.

Sorting

  • Wash with polyester qualities only in similar colours. 
  • Do not wash with fabrics liable to produce lint. 
  • Wash heavily soiled articles separately. 

Washing

  • May be hand washed. Do not rub or wring. 
  • Dissolve detergent prior to wash. 
  • Machine wash load not more than 50% capacity. 
  • Use a gentle cycle 60c (max), gentle spin. 
  • Use at least three rinses and rinse temperature should be 10-12 degrees below the previous process. 
  • Dry cleanable. 
  • Use warm hand iron. 

NOTE: Some minor colour change may occur in the initial washing stages. We recommend laundering or dry cleaning in complete sets to ensure there is no colour variation between cushions and drapes.

Commercial Laundering

  • May be thermally disinfected 80c (max) 
  • For Hydroextraction use a slow short spin cycle with a reduced load. 
  • Warm tumble dry. 
  • Use reduced press pressure and time on mechanical press. 
  • Use synthetic setting on garment press. 
  • For best results hang curtains by their hooks to damp dry immediately. 
  • For continuous ironers use iron bed temperature of 180c (max). 

Stain removal and local disinfection
Mix 5% of household bleach (sodium hypochlorite) with 95% water (One 250mL cup of household bleach in 5L of water). Pre-test cleaning method on a hidden part of the furniture. The bleach solution can remain on the fabric surface for up to 10-minutes after which the bleach solution must be thoroughly rinsed from the fabric using a water extraction machine filled with cold water. Once thoroughly rinsed, extract any residual moisture and allow to dry at room temperature. Furniture must be dry before being reused. 

WARNING: Sodium hypochlorite bleach is corrosive. Avoid contact with the skin. Use PVC gloves and follow the safety instructions of the bleach manufacturer. Please also be mindful not to apply the bleach solution to the frame of the furniture or any floor coverings without further testing.

Annual professional cleaning recommended. 

Download : Care Label 11 - Commercial Washing for Polyester (40kb PDF)

+ Care Label 12 – Commercial Washing for Polyester

Application
The following care instructions are intended for 100% Polyester flat woven bedspreads, drapes, cushions covers, and hospital screens. For drapes and hospital screens remove hooks, rings and trims before cleaning.

General Care
Take care to prevent sharp objects (e.g. sandal buckles, pets’ claws) from coming into contact with your fabric, as this may cause snagging or tearing of the fabric.

Pilling
Can occur occasionally as a result of normal daily wear and should not be considered as a fault. Fibre pills can be removed by a battery operated pilling tool available from most haberdashery stores.

Spot Cleaning

  • Treat spills and stains as soon as possible. 
  • Gently scrape any soil or mop any liquid from the surface of the fabric. 

Washing Instuctions
If your covers are too bulky for your machine we recommend professional washing by your local laundry. Possible shrinkage 3%.

Sorting

  • Wash with polyester qualities only in similar colours. 
  • Do not wash with fabrics liable to produce lint. 
  • Wash heavily soiled articles separately. 

Washing

  • May be hand washed. Do not rub or wring. 
  • Dissolve detergent prior to wash. 
  • Machine wash load not more than 50% capacity. 
  • Use a gentle cycle 60c (max), gentle spin. 
  • Use at least three rinses and rinse temperature should be 10-12 degrees below the previous process. 
  • Dry cleanable. 
  • Use warm hand iron. 

NOTE: Some minor colour change may occur in the initial washing stages. We recommend laundering or dry cleaning in complete sets to ensure there is no colour variation between cushions and drapes.

Commercial Laundering

  • May be thermally disinfected 80c (max) 
  • For Hydroextraction use a slow short spin cycle with a reduced load. 
  • Warm tumble dry. 
  • Use reduced press pressure and time on mechanical press. 
  • Use synthetic setting on garment press. 
  • For best results hang curtains by their hooks to damp dry immediately. 
  • For continuous ironers use iron bed temperature of 180c (max). 

Stain removal and local disinfection
Mix 5% of household bleach (sodium hypochlorite) with 95% water (One 250mL cup of household bleach in 5L of water). Pre-test cleaning method on a hidden part of the furniture. The bleach solution can remain on the fabric surface for up to 10-minutes after which the bleach solution must be thoroughly rinsed from the fabric using a water extraction machine filled with cold water. Once thoroughly rinsed, extract any residual moisture and allow to dry at room temperature. Furniture must be dry before being reused. 

WARNING: Sodium hypochlorite bleach is corrosive. Avoid contact with the skin. Use PVC gloves and follow the safety instructions of the bleach manufacturer. Please also be mindful not to apply the bleach solution to the frame of the furniture or any floor coverings without further testing.

Annual professional cleaning recommended. 

Download : Care Label 12 - Commercial Washing for Polyester (200kb PDF)


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