furniture care

After Care

We want you to enjoy your purchases for many years to come. Here's some tips:

Leather

All our semi aniline leather products are treated with surface protection, making them easy to clean and maintain; all they require is a little light cleaning once or twice a year. Here are some cleaning guidelines you should follow when taking care of leather furniture:

  • Vacuuming

    Leather is a pure natural product that should be treated gently. Vacuum carefully, using a soft brush attachment; this helps to keep the surface clean while avoiding scratches and unnecessary wear and tear.

  • Washing

    Use either boiled water (allowing it to cool slightly before use), or demineralised water. Blend with good quality soap flakes and use the foam to clean the leather. When dry, wipe and polish with a cotton cloth.

  • Leather food

    Breathe new life into leather with a proprietary leather food. Apply cautiously, first completing a spot test in an inconspicuous area. Once every 6 months is more than enough to maintain optimal appearance.

cloth furniture

Our cloth furniture is made from a blend of cashmere and wool, which means it is naturally dirt repellent and easy to maintain. The fabric is also very hardwearing. Here are a few guidelines for cleaning your cloth furniture:

  • Vacuuming

    We recommend you vacuum your cloth furniture regularly, at least once a week, to maintain its good looks and to remove any loose debris. Pay particular attention to stitching and folds where debris can gather.

  • Washing

    Remove any stain immediately, with a wool mix cleaning solution, preferably one which is made to the manufacturer’s recommendation. Simply blot off the stain and once it is removed, wipe with a dry cloth.

  • Grease Stains

    Grease stains should be removed using a chemical cleaner. We recommend seeking advice at a DIY store and then following the instructions on the recommended product.

WOOD & VENEER

At VOGA.com, we always do everything we can to ensure that our wood is sourced in the most responsible, sustainable way possible. All of our ash, maple, oak and walnut furniture is strong and durable, but there are ways to make it look its very best:

  • Cleaning

    Dust wood surfaces once a week with a damp cloth, wiping dry once finished. About once every month, mix a quality wood furniture cleaning solution in with the water, again, wiping dry afterwards.

  • Avoid permanent marks

    Take precautions to avoid blemishes on the wood or veneer finish. Always place drinks and food on coasters, rather than directly onto the wood and avoid dragging items across the surface.

  • Polishing

    Apply a good quality wood furniture cleaner once every six months, following the instuctions on the bottle. Do not use aerosol-powered or oil-based polishes, or ones containing waxes or abrasives.

Metal

All our metal furniture and lighting is made from the strongest, sturdiest steel and iron that we can source, making it extremely durable and easy to look after. Here are a few basic pointers to keep it looking its best:

  • Cleaning

    Wash metal surfaces regularly with warm water and a heavy duty liquid detergent. Use an old toothbrush to clean out small grooves to avoid buildup of debris that can stain the finish.

  • Maintenance

    If chips or areas of wear appear on powder-coated stainless steel, touch up any blemishes with properly colour-matched automobile paint. This is also weather resistent and will protect the steel underneath.

  • Polishing

    To the quality of finish on unpainted stainless steel, apply a good-quality metal polish every six months. We recommend asking for atdvice at your DIY store and following the instructions on teh recommended product.

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