DEGO – Design Gorini Collection
Electric sofa Zivago
During daily use, the sofa is exposed to various types of stresses caused by external factors (temperature, humidity, exposure to light, body sweating etc.)
In order to maintain this high level product, we suggest you to carefully read the following maintenance instructions:
Natural leather – Ordinary Maintenance
In order to avoid color variations, do not expose the sofa to direct sunlight for an extended period of time. In order to maintain the surface properties of the leather, always keep your upholstered furniture at least 30 cm away from all heat sources.
Do not use chemical home cleaning products on the sofa (household cleaners, window degreasers, bleach, nail polish remover, glue, shoe polish, paint, corrosive materials) on your sofa.
Do not use steam leaners on the leather. In order to maintain the appearance and texture of the surface, delicately dust your Gorini sofa once a week using a clean dry cloth.
Leather is not resistant to pets. Their nails can scratch the leather, resulting in costly repairs. Their saliva is acidic and may attack the leather finish.
IMPORTANT: sheets of fabric and any protections placed over the sofa can cause the leather to wear quickly and could ruin the color of the top layer.
Fabrics and Micro Fibres – Ordinary Maintenance
Furniture upholstered in natural-fibre, man-made and micro fibres should be cleaned frequently. Dirt and sweat penetrate the fibres, causing discoloration and weakening them.
Dust your Gorini upholstered furniture every week, thus reducing the chance of house dust adhering to the fabric fibres and causing early ageing.
In order to avoid color variations, do not expose the sofa to direct sunlight for an exented period of time. To preserve the properties of the upholstery, we recommend keeping a minimum distance of 30 cm between your upholstered furniture and all heat sources.
Fabrics and micro fibres are not resistant to pets. Their nails can scratch and pull the yarn, resulting in costly repairs. Avoid using chemical home cleaning products (household cleaners, window degreasers, bleach, nail
polish remover, glue, shoe polish, paint, corrosive materials) on your sofa.