Caring after seat and suite cushion inners

Cushion Care

Prolong your cushions life through caring for your cushion inserts by plumping, tapping and teasing them.

To ensure your feather, fibre and foam cushion inserts endure and will last for years to come please read our following care tips below.

Caring for your cushion products

Feather Cushions

Maintenance

  • Plump daily to maintain appearance and ensure even distribution of filling - Vigorously pat all sides to separate the filling and infuse air back into the cushion.
  • Rotate cushions regularly to ensure even wear.

Cleaning

  • Spot Cleaning - Treat spills and stains as soon as possible to prevent the possibility of permanent staining. Gently scrape any soiling or mop any liquid from the surface of the cushion. Apply propriety cleaning agents according to product instructions to remove the residue. Do not saturate the interior with water or any cleaning liquid. Allow to thoroughly dry before inserting into cushion cover and re-use.
  • Annual professional dry cleaning recommended.

Fibre and Wool Cushions

Maintenance

  • Plump regularly to maintain appearance and ensure even distribution of filling - Pull apart and separate the filling to eliminate clumping of the filling and infuse air back into the cushion.
  • Rotate cushions regularly to ensure even wear.

Cleaning

  • Spot cleaning - Treat spills and stains as soon as possible to prevent the possibility of permanent staining. Gently scrape any soiling or mop any liquid from the surface of the cushion. Apply propriety cleaning agents according to product instructions to remove the residue. Do not saturate the interior with water or any cleaning liquid. Allow to thoroughly dry before inserting into cushion cover and re-use.
  • Annual professional dry cleaning recommended.

Foam Cushions

Maintenance

  • Turn and rotate cushions regularly to ensure even wear.

Cleaning

  • Spot cleaning - Treat spills and stains as soon as possible to prevent the possibility of permanent staining. Gently scrape any soiling or mop any liquid from the surface of the cushion. Apply propriety cleaning agents according to product instructions to remove the residue. Do not saturate the interior with water or any cleaning liquid. Allow to thoroughly dry before inserting into cushion cover and re-use.
  • Annual professional dry cleaning recommended.

Cushion Covers

Indoor cushions

Maintenance

  • Vacuum weekly using low suction.
  • Rotate reversible cushions regularly to ensure even wear.
  • Protect from direct sunlight unless fabric has been treated with UV resistance protection.
  • Prevent sharp objects (buckles, pet claws) coming into contact with your cushion as this may cause snagging or tearing of the fabric.

Cleaning

  • Spot cleaning - Treat spills and stains as soon as possible to prevent the possibility of permanent staining. Gently scrape any soiling or mop any liquid from the surface of the fabric. Do not scrub the surface of the fabric. Depending on fabric type, apply wet or dry propriety cleaning agents according to product instructions to remove the residue. Do not saturate the fabric with water or any cleaning liquid. Do not wet the filling. Dry away from direct heat. Allow to thoroughly dry before re-use. For persistent marks seek professional advice.
  • Do not remove covers for separate cleaning or washing as with all upholstered furnishings, professional cleaning is recommended.

Pilling

  • Pilling can occur as a result of normal daily wear and should not be considered as a fault. Fibre pills can be removed with a pilling tool.

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.

Dye Transfer

  • Certain clothing and accessory dyes (denim jeans) may migrate to lighter colour fabrics. This can be increased by humidity and temperature and can cause irreversible staining.

Outdoor cushions

Maintenance

  • Vacuum weekly using low suction.
  • Rotate reversible cushions regularly to ensure even wear.
  • Cushions should not be left outdoors permanently and it is recommended that cushions are stored undercover or indoors when not in use.
  • Cushions should be dried thoroughly if they become saturated.
  • Prevent sharp objects (buckles, pet claws) coming into contact with your cushion as this may cause snagging or tearing of the fabric.

Cleaning

  • Spot cleaning - Treat spills and stains as soon as possible to prevent the possibility of permanent staining. Gently scrape any soiling or mop any liquid from the surface of the fabric. Do not scrub the surface of the fabric. Depending on fabric type, apply wet or dry propriety cleaning agents according to product instructions to remove the residue. Do not saturate the fabric with water or any cleaning liquid. Do not wet the filling. Dry away from direct heat. Allow to thoroughly dry before re-use. For persistent marks seek professional advice.
  • Do not remove covers for separate cleaning or washing as with all upholstered furnishings, professional cleaning is recommended.

Dye Transfer

  • Certain clothing and accessory dyes (denim jeans) may migrate to lighter colour fabrics. This can be increased by humidity and temperature and can cause irreversible staining.