Fabric care and assembly

Fabric care and assembly

Our fabric is durable and resilient, which is why we guarantee it for 2 years. It features industry leading stain free technology, which makes it kid and pet friendly. Rather than coating our linen and velvet fabrics with a stain repellent, each one of the threads in our fabric is stain resistant. 

 

We can't stop your friend from spilling wine on your sofa or your kids from smearing chocolate on the seats, but clean-up is as easy as wiping the stain with a wet cloth. FibreGuard fabrics are low maintenance and easy to clean. From ballpoint pen, to coffee, mud, red wine, and ketchup, common household stains are easily removed allowing you to keep your furniture fabrics looking fresh year after year. Stains can be removed from FibreGuard fabrics using mostly water, stubborn stains may require a small amount of household soap. 

 

Here are four steps to cleaning sofas, and two of those are ‘water’ (if this fails, refer to FibreGuard demonstration videos for complete instructions on how to best remove your stain): 

  • 01. Don’t Panic

    For stains like mud, ketchup, lipstick or silly putty, you’ll need to get a teaspoon. First, remove any stain residue with the edge of the teaspoon or a flat utensil. For other stains like pen or coffee, you won’t need to do this. Just dampen the fabric and blot.

  • 02. Water & blot

    Apply water to the stain and blot using a white paper towel. Do not do the circular motion rub trick because it’ll just rip your paper towel & drive the fibres from it into your fabric. Repeat the process until you can’t see the stain on the paper towel anymore.

  • 03. Water & circles

    Apply more water to the area and gently rub with a microfibre cloth. Use soap for stubborn stains. Any white bar of soap will do, whatever you have in the house. Now you can do the circular motion rub trick with a cloth or towel. Repeat the process until the stain is completely removed.

  • 04. Air dry

    This is really important. Don’t use a hairdryer or apply heat to the stain in any way.

    Just air dry.

  • 01. Don’t Panic

    For stains like mud, ketchup, lipstick or silly putty, you’ll need to get a teaspoon. First, remove any stain residue with the edge of the teaspoon or a flat utensil. For other stains like pen or coffee, you won’t need to do this. Just dampen the fabric and blot.

  • 02. Water & blot

    Apply water to the stain and blot using a white paper towel. Do not do the circular motion rub trick because it’ll just rip your paper towel & drive the fibres from it into your fabric. Repeat the process until you can’t see the stain on the paper towel anymore.

  • 03. Water & circles

    Apply more water to the area and gently rub with a microfibre cloth. Use soap for stubborn stains. Any white bar of soap will do, whatever you have in the house. Now you can do the circular motion rub trick with a cloth or towel. Repeat the process until the stain is completely removed.

  • 04. Air dry

    This is really important. Don’t use a hairdryer or apply heat to the stain in any way.

    Just air dry.

  • Left Arm Module

    Download the assembly instructions here or watch the full video here.

  • Right Arm Module

    Download the assembly instructions here or watch the full video here.

  • Corner Module

    Download the assembly instructions here or watch the full video here.

  • Single Module

    Download the assembly instructions here or watch the full video here.

  • Left Arm Module

    Download the assembly instructions here or watch the full video here.

  • Right Arm Module

    Download the assembly instructions here or watch the full video here.

  • Corner Module

    Download the assembly instructions here or watch the full video here.

  • Single Module

    Download the assembly instructions here or watch the full video here.

  • 01.

    screw on the legs to the wooden plinth

  • 02.

    attach the back of the sofa to its base by slotting Swyft-lok sections A & B together 

  • 03.

    attach the left arm to the left-side of the base and back of the sofa by slotting together Swyft-lok sections C and D 

  • 04.

    attach the right arm to the right-side of the base and back of the sofa by slotting together Swyft-lok sections E and F

  • 05.

    place seat cushion on top of the base

  • 06.

    add back cushions against the back of the sofa and finish by placing two bolster cushions against the inside of the arms  

  • 01.

    screw on the legs to the wooden plinth

  • 02.

    attach the back of the sofa to its base by slotting Swyft-lok sections A & B together 

  • 03.

    attach the left arm to the left-side of the base and back of the sofa by slotting together Swyft-lok sections C and D 

  • 04.

    attach the right arm to the right-side of the base and back of the sofa by slotting together Swyft-lok sections E and F

  • 05.

    place seat cushion on top of the base

  • 06.

    add back cushions against the back of the sofa and finish by placing two bolster cushions against the inside of the arms  

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  • 01.

    screw on the legs onto the base

  • 02.

    attach the back of the sofa to its base by slotting Swyft-lok sections A & B together

  • 03.

    attach the left arm to the left-side of the base and back of the sofa by slotting together Swyft-lok sections C and D

  • 04.

    attach the right arm to the right-side of the base and back of the sofa by slotting together Swyft-lok sections E and F

  • 05.

    place seat cushions on top of the base

  • 06.

    finish by adding back cushions against the back of the sofa

  • 01.

    screw on the legs onto the base

  • 02.

    attach the back of the sofa to its base by slotting Swyft-lok sections A & B together

  • 03.

    attach the left arm to the left-side of the base and back of the sofa by slotting together Swyft-lok sections C and D

  • 04.

    attach the right arm to the right-side of the base and back of the sofa by slotting together Swyft-lok sections E and F

  • 05.

    place seat cushions on top of the base

  • 06.

    finish by adding back cushions against the back of the sofa

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