Suede

Suede is a very absorbent material and therefore marks easily. We recommend using Wooly or Furniture Clinic suede protector to keep products in good condition. A good quality suede brush may be used to remove loose dirt but care should be taken as excessive use can cause permanent damage.

Lambskin Leather

Moisturize and polish the leather with a high-quality leather oil to preserve and protect lambskin leather. Apply the oil with a soft cloth and follow the directions on the product carefully.
Test a small area first and let it sit for approximately 10 minutes. Make sure it does not darken the product. If it does, reduce the amount used.

Remove stains by rubbing cornmeal into the stain to absorb it. Then use a suede brush that has short, fine metal teeth to brush the leather stain out.
Or, try ground up blackboard chalk. Sprinkle the powder on the stain and let set for one day before brushing off with suede brush.

Python Skin

Please avoid the use of cleaning products on this material as it is likely to dry out the python skin and remove the oils used during processing. Loose dirt may be removed by using a soft brush or cloth. Avoid humid storage / closet. Avoid direct exposure sunlight and moisture which may cause uneven fading to occur. It is important to note that Python skins have large scaled areas on their skins that naturally lift slightly. This should not be mistaken for damage or dryness.

Glitter Fabric

This delicate fabric can be damaged by friction, such as a full length dress on a shoe, or a bag brushing against a leg. With wear, the fabric will lose a small amount of glitter and as this is the nature of the fabric, it is not considered to be a fault. If an area of the product becomes bald, the glitter cannot be reapplied. We therefore recommend glitter fabric merchandise is handled with utmost care. Do not treat with any liquids containing alcohol as this will cause permanent damage.

Mirror Fabric

We advise to simply wipe off the fabric to remove dirt, food, surface stains, etc. Do this on a consistent basis, so that dirt and grime don’t accumulate and damage the fabric to the degree that it can’t be restored or can't look its best. Never use harsh cleaning solvents or cleansers on your vinyl fabric, particularly cleaners that are abrasive. Some commercial spray cleansers may be an exception. Check on the cleaning products container for proper use of the product. If you’re not sure the cleaning solution you are using will be safe to use, apply a small amount to a patch of fabric that is not readily visible. In this way, you can test your cleaner without risk of discoloring fabric that will be easily seen.