Vegetable tanned aniline leather

Fredericia leather group 2



BEFORE USE
When furniture is newly delivered, no form of treatment should be applied.

DAILY CLEANING
For normal cleaning, wipe with a very soft dry cloth. In case of spots, wipe with a soft dry cloth that has been well wrung in boiled, then cooled clean water.

It is often better to leave smaller spots untreated and for time to wear them off, instead of attempting to remove them. In case of accidental spots of liquid, immediately wipe the entire surface with a cloth that has been dipped in cold water and well wrung.

THOROUGH CLEANING
If absolutely necessary, spots can be wiped with a very mild soapy solution. Wait a minimum of 6 months after purchase before cleaning the furniture with soaped water. Mix 1/4 DL pure white soap flakes to 3 L of boiled or demineralised water. When cooled, dry the entire furniture surface with a soft cloth that has been well wrung. Wipe loose cushions separately and make sure that the water is equally distributed among the surface. After drying, polish with a very soft dry cloth. The entire surface of the leather should be covered in order to prevent blotches. Make sure never to soak the furniture surface.


Caution: Leather creams with fats should not be applied to leather that does not have surface protection to prevent the risk of blotches. Sulphated or chemical cleaning detergents must in no circumstances be used on leather furniture.

Leather with surface protection
(Semi-Aniline, Coated)

Fredericia Leather group 1 and Leather group 0



BEFORE USE
When furniture is newly delivered, no form of treatment should be applied.

DAILY CLEANING
Wipe with a very soft dry cloth or a soft cloth that has been well wrung in clean water. Make sure to treat the entire leather surface to prevent blotches. In case of spots, use a mild soap solution (1/4 DL soap flakes to 3 L of boiled water cooled to lukewarm). When the leather is dry, polish the entire surface with a very soft cloth.

MAINTENANCE
Once per year, wash the furniture surface in a very mild soapy solution as described above. A small amount of leather fat may be applied, but not in saturation and no more than once per year. Use a leather cream or another colourless, fragrance-free natural oil.

Caution: Extensive use of soap flakes in combination with surface treated leathers will destroy the surface protection. Pure, clean water will not damage the leather, and will add moisture and help the leather retain its elasticity for many years. However, make sure to not soak the furniture surface, as this may causes blotching.

Extensive use of leather fat may loosen the leather structure and cause it to weaken.

Sulphated or chemical cleaning detergents must under no circumstances be used on furniture leather.