Basic ideas for better care of your home furniture

Any decorative element, if we want it to last over time, it is important that we take care of it properly, although this is not always the case. So that you do not make any mistakes when taking care of your furniture and textiles in your home, today we leave you with some tips designed for each type of material used in the manufacture of the furniture that is part of your decoration.


In the case of fabrics, they must be protected from direct sunlight to prevent discoloration and aging. For daily cleaning, it is advisable to use a soft cloth to remove dust. Avoid vacuum cleaners as they can damage the upholstery. In case of a stain, act as soon as possible with a clean white cloth, moistened with warm water, starting from the edges of the stain to the inside. Finally, allow the fabric to air dry.


Wood is a material that is very sensitive to liquids, so to clean the furniture, it is advisable to use a damp cloth and then wipe it dry. The sun can also cause it to lose some of its colour. Avoid using products containing acetone, ammonia, chlorine or solvents.


It protects the leather from direct sunlight and heat sources to prevent discoloration. For general cleaning use only a soft, dry cloth. In case of stains, perform an immediate intervention and treat the surface with a clean white cloth moistened with warm water (from the edges to the heart). Do not rub the surface too much. Avoid the use of solvents or alcohol which can permanently damage the appearance of this material.


When cleaning metal, never use products containing alcohol or solvents. Use a thin cotton or extra soft cloths when cleaning. Be careful not to scratch the surface.


Apply glass cleaner to a soft cloth to avoid direct or excessive spraying onto the product, so you will not damage the finishes. Remove dust with a damp cloth. If necessary, the glass can be cleaned with alcohol diluted with water or glass cleaner and then dried with a soft cloth.

All these tips will undoubtedly help you to take better care of all your furniture, regardless of the material used to make it.