Special cleaning instructions for artificial leather (aka faux leather/vegan leather)
and natural leather:
Apply a little warm soapy water using a clean, damp dye-fast cloth. Avoid putting too much pressure or circular motions on the one spot, but instead gently wipe in one direction and then across the other way. Rinse out cloth and wipe again. Pat dry with a clean towel, and leave to air. To prevent damage from UV rays, don't hang outside in direct sun.
If you have a problem or are not sure how to treat a stain or mark, please contact us for advice on 1800 884 072 (WST Mon – Fri; 9.00am to 4.30pm)
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Currently, we do not stock products made with natural leather, but here are a few tips for looking after a leather bean bag. Natural leather products should always be treated with a leather sealant and conditioner. They are usually treated and sealed when manufactured but like any leather product, it is a good idea to manually apply treatment initially and then on a regular basis. For this reason, we don't normally stock leather bean bags due to the high maintenance and high price to purchase.
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Please pay special attention to following these care recommendations for your bean bag. Damage caused through neglect by not applying care as per these instructions will void your warranty.