Product Care

Fabric Care

Various factors determine the life expectancy of your fabric: colour, weight, fibre content etc. Due to these variables, some fabrics may require specific cleaning solutions or procedures. By law, all furnishing fabrics must be provided with a Fabric Care Label to advise correct and suitable care instructions for your specific fabric. Your Care Label will be located on the furniture by a hang-tag or label sewn under the seat cushion or flounce or given to you by your furniture retailer. Always refer to your Fabric Care Label before attempting ANY cleaning.


For more information regarding fabric maintenance you can go onto the Warwick website and locate your Fabric Care Label which you will usually find located sewn under your seat cushion and follow cleaning instructions as mentioned.

Timber Care

Thank you for investing in our product, below are some important notes regarding maintenance of your timber furniture.

Each piece of our furniture is individually hand crafted and “made for you”.
Given that you have invested in a very fine piece of furniture we want to let you know how to maintain it for years to come.

Modern heating and cooling methods often produce an excessively warm and dry or cool and dry atmosphere. This may cause movement. We therefore strongly recommend that the following precautions be taken: a well regulated room temperature, the furniture should not be exposed to direct heating or cooling sources, it should be kept away from direct sunlight or excessive fading will occur.

The table top has a natural clear varnish finish to which a hardener has been added, which takes 6 weeks to cure completely. We recommend using placemats and coasters. Even after the curing period we suggest you care for the table as you would any fine piece of furniture. To retain the look and feel of the surface, polish with a traditional solid wax polish and shine with soft cotton cloth as you feel necessary, every 6 or so months, do not over polish as too much wax will create a build up of residue. Do not place warm or hot plates, cups etc directly on to it or leave alcohol or water on the surface. Spray polishes with a silicon base e.g. Mr. Sheen are not recommended.

Sulfaro Furniture cannot accept responsibility for any claim for damage to the furniture caused by not following our ‘Care of Furniture instructions’.

For further information regarding cleaning products we recommend Gilly Stephenson’s’ waxes and polishes.
You can follow this link for further information

Leather Care

Thank you for investing in our product, below are some important
DO’s and DON’Ts about leather

DOs ✔
Vacuum regularly with the soft brush attachment of the vacuum cleaner to remove dust and grit then wipe with a soft, colour fast cloth dampened with plain water. This should be done as often as necessary or at least every 2 – 3 weeks. Every 3 – 4 months a systematic cleaning with the Leather Master or Pelle Leather Care System is recommended. These products have special additives to nourish your leather and add to its moisture repellence.
When cleaning leather do not rub excessively or too hard. Always let the product do the work and adhere to the manufacturer’s instructions. Use only a soft, colour-fast cloth or sponge.
Special Note – The salts and body oils which occur naturally in human skin can damage the surface of the leather if left un-cleaned for lengthy periods. In warm or humid weather it is important that leather be wiped over weekly, particularly if the leather has become damp with perspiration or deposits of body oils are visible on areas such as head rests. Always clean along and creases that have developed in the leather and pay particular attention to areas that have come in contact with the skin such as head rests, arm-pads or seat cushions.

Deterioration due to incorrect or inadequate maintenance cannot be considered a fault in the leather and claims due to this will not be entertained.

DON’Ts ✘
Do not dry clean or machine wash.
Do not use detergents, solvents, abrasives, un-recommended leather cleaners or suede cleaners.
Protect from direct sunlight and heat sources, both direct and through heating vents.



This leather has been manufactured from genuine cattle hide. During its life the animal may have been in contact with barbed wire, bushes or the horns of other animals. These encounters may leave scars and scratches that have healed naturally. They do not detract from the wearing qualities of the leather; in fact they enhance the appearance as they are proof marks of genuine leather.

For more information regarding leather maintenance you can go onto the Tasman website and follow cleaning instructions as mentioned, or locate your Leather Care Label which you will usually find located sewn under your seat cushion and follow cleaning instructions as mentioned.
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