Maintenance Guide

All Chairs

DO NOT open or attempt to open the zipper of the seat cover as it may leave a permanent opening.

Tighten the bolts and screws on your chair to ensure safety and stability every 6 months. We also recommend re-applying lubricants (e.g. WD-40 or white lithium grease) to the screws regularly which reduces the chance of squeaking.

Faux Leather Chair Surface

1. Regular Cleaning:

  • Wipe down the chair's surface regularly using a soft cloth or sponge dampened with mild soap and water. This will remove dust, dirt, and surface stains.
  • Avoid using abrasive cleaners, bleach, or strong chemicals as they can damage the synthetic material. Stick to gentle cleaning solutions.
  • After cleaning, wipe the chair with a clean, damp cloth to remove any soap residue. Dry it thoroughly with a soft towel.

2. Spill Management:

  • Act quickly in case of spills. Blot the liquid with a clean cloth or paper towel to absorb as much as possible.
  • If the spill leaves a stain, use a mild soap and water solution to gently clean the affected area. Test the solution on a small, inconspicuous area first to ensure it doesn't cause discoloration.
  • Avoid using excessive water, as it can seep into the chair's padding and cause damage. Dry the area thoroughly after cleaning.

3. Avoid Harsh Conditions:

  • Keep your chair away from direct sunlight, as prolonged exposure can cause the material to fade or deteriorate.
  • Avoid placing the chair near heat sources such as radiators or heaters, as heat can warp or damage the synthetic material.

4. Preventive Measures:

  • To prevent scratches or damage, be cautious with sharp objects or jewelry that may come into contact with the chair. Avoid dragging or scraping items across the surface.
  • Consider using a chair cover or protective pads to shield the chair from spills, stains, or excessive wear.
Fabric/Mesh Chair Surface

1. Regular cleaning:

  • Use a vacuum cleaner with a brush attachment to remove dust, dirt, and debris from the fabric surface of your chair. Pay attention to crevices and seams where dirt can accumulate.
  • Vacuum your fabric chair at least once a week or more frequently if needed, depending on usage.

2.Spot cleaning:

  • Act quickly when spills occur. Blot the spilled liquid with a clean cloth or paper towel to absorb as much as possible. Avoid rubbing, as it can push the stain deeper into the fabric.
  • For water-based stains, use a mild detergent mixed with water and gently dab the stained area with a clean cloth. Test the solution in a small inconspicuous spot first to ensure it doesn't cause discoloration.
  • For oil-based stains, use a dry cleaning solvent or an upholstery cleaner specifically designed for fabric chairs.

3. Deep cleaning:

  • Depending on the level of dirt and stains, occasional deep cleaning may be necessary. You can hire a professional upholstery cleaning service.
  • If you choose to clean the fabric chair yourself, consider using a steam cleaner or a fabric-safe upholstery cleaner. Always test the cleaning solution on a small, hidden area first to ensure it doesn't cause any damage or color fading.

4. Preventive measures:

  • Avoid placing your fabric chair in direct sunlight, as prolonged exposure can cause the fabric to fade or weaken over time.
  • Keep sharp objects away from the chair to prevent tears or snags. Be cautious when wearing clothing with buttons or zippers that could catch on the fabric.
  • Consider using slipcovers or fabric protectors to shield your chair from spills, stains, or excessive wear.
Desk Surface

1.Regular cleaning:

  • Wipe the surface of the desk with a soft, damp cloth to remove dust and dirt. You can use a mild detergent mixed with water for tougher stains, but make sure to wring out the cloth well to avoid excessive moisture.
  • Avoid using abrasive cleaners or harsh chemicals as they can damage the chipboard surface. Stick to gentle cleaning solutions.

2. Preventing scratches and chips:

  • Place mats, coasters, or desk pads under items such as laptops, keyboards, and mugs to protect the chipboard surface from scratches and heat marks.
  • Avoid sliding or dragging heavy objects across the desk, as it can cause scratches or chips. Lift and place items gently instead.

3.Avoiding moisture:

  • Keep the desk away from direct contact with water or excessive moisture. Wipe up spills immediately to prevent the liquid from seeping into the chipboard and causing damage.
  • Use coasters or protective covers for drinks to prevent condensation from leaving water rings on the desk's surface.
Chair/Desk Casters

The casters accumulate hair and debris gradually and can affect the movement of your chair. 

1. Turn the chair over and make sure it is firmly supported by the seat and back.

2. Use the crevice tool on your vacuum to remove debris caught inside.

3. Use a surface cleaner and paper towels or microfiber cloth to remove dirt from the outside of the casters.

4. Wipe down the casters with rubbing alcohol on a cotton ball.

5. Use cotton swabs with rubbing alcohol to clean inside the narrow parts of the casters.