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Mac Motion Roma Manual Recliner, Camel Polyurethane

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Furniture Care BY MAC MOTION CHAIRS

Mac Motion Furniture Care begins with the type of cover located on your motion chair and ottoman. Mac only uses the highest quality of covers to include microfibers, polyurethanes and leathers. Careful attention to the cleaning code must be maintained and in the materials of microfibers and polyurethane, cleaning code W applies. This code requires mild soap and water only. Leather products are not of man made substance, therefore the cleaning and preservation of leather requires formulated cleaners designed for real hides. Leather cleaner and preservations should be purchased at your nearest furniture dealer or home furnishings specialist.

5 Ways To Preserve Leather

1. Avoid Oil soap

Although good for most types of cleaning, oil soap can actually strip your leather of its color and texture. In fact, it can darken and or stain your leather

2. Avoid soap or detergent

Unless very mild, be careful with soap. A main purpose to soap and detergent is to remove oil. Leather needs its natural oils or else it will become dry and damaged. Mild soap and water is the safest option.

3. Avoid Extreme Temperatures

The sun is one of the most powerful sources in the universe. So as you can expect nothing can withstand its heat for long. Leather is also a victim of the suns rays if not placed in a spot where it will be safe. Extreme temperatures can cause leather to dry and crack. Also, keep in mind leather shouldn’t be placed too close to air conditioners, fireplaces, radiators, or space heaters.

4. Avoid Stains…

Wouldn’t it be nice if it was only that easy?! As everyone knows mistakes happen when a spill does occur on leather the best way to handle it is to quickly pat the spot with clean terry cloths or paper towels. There are leather-furniture cleaners that are safe to use also.

5. Avoid being on Defense

Instead of waiting for a spill, protect your leather from the start by applying a leather protector. There are materials online you can use to create your own leather protection or products for purchase.

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