Product Care

  • Wipe dry with a clean dry cloth. If necessary, wipe clean with a damp soft cloth and a mild non-abrasive dish detergent.
  • Do not place hot cups, pots or serving dishes directly onto the surface. Do not expose your furniture to any liquids and never allow water to sit on your table. Alcohol, nail polish and perfume are also dangerous because they can dissolve the furniture finish on contact and may require professional repairs.

***Additional Disclosure: The metal furniture may showcase unique characteristics, including subtle blemishes, scuff marks, minor scratches, or barely discernible hints of discoloration that add to its individuality. These distinctive features are a testament to the furniture's authentic craftsmanship and may arise from the meticulous manufacturing process or careful handling.***

  • PU, short for polyurethane, is a strong and long-lasting material that can bend and stretch. When several layers of PU are put together, they make a fake leather called faux leather. Lots of people are starting to use faux leather for furniture because it has many good qualities. It is tough, but it also feels nice and looks good, making it a popular choice for both homes and businesses.
  • Faux leather is made to look like real leather. This means that marks, wrinkles, grooves, and light scratches on the surface of the faux leather are considered normal. Since every piece of faux leather is made to look a bit different, no two pieces will look exactly the same.

         To keep faux leather looking good for a long time:

  • Keep protected from direct sunlight and heat to prevent drying out and fading.

  • Avoid sticky, rough and sharp objects rubbing against the faux leather.

  • In many instances, a clean, damp cloth is all that is needed to remove dirt and grime.

         If you need to clean it more, here's what you can do:

  • Soiled areas should be cleaned as soon as possible.
  • We recommend using non-abrasive, water-based cleaners, soap, and water. Add 1 tsp of mild liquid dish detergent to 16 oz of water.
  • Use a clean cloth dampened with the appropriate cleaning solution and apply to the affected areas. Blot the fabric with the cloth, working from the outer edge of the stained area and moving toward the centre. To effectively draw out the stain, renew the cleaning cloth as often as necessary to maintain absorbency.
  • Rinse cloth with fresh water and wipe affected area to remove any residue from the soap and water. Wipe dry with a clean cloth.
  • For challenging stains (such as hair oil, soft drinks, chocolate, candy, etc.) wipe affected area with a soft cloth using a mild upholstery cleaner. Rinse cloth with fresh water and wipe affected area to remove any residue. Wipe dry with a clean cloth.


  • To clean up spills, act quickly and use a clean, dry cloth to soak up the liquid. But just using a dry cloth might not be enough, so you may need to use a mixture of soap and water. This mixture is made by combining 1 tablespoon of liquid detergent (like Tide) with 16 ounces of lukewarm water. Dip a clean cloth into the soapy water and dab gently at the stain, but don't rub too hard. After that, rinse the area with a damp cloth to remove any leftover soap.


  • To clean faux marble, use a soft cloth to dust the surface every week or so. To wash it, use a damp cloth with warm water. If you need to use soap, use just a little bit of mild dishwashing liquid and then rinse it off with another damp cloth. Don't use any spray or cleaner that contains abrasives because real marble can get stained easily by heat, liquids, or other things.

    To prevent rings from glasses and dishes, use coasters or trivets. If you're putting anything hard on the marble, like a vase, use a mat or runner to protect the surface. If you spill anything, soak it up right away with a clean, damp cloth. If your marble does get stained, it's best to ask a professional for help.

    Faux Marble has natural cracks and fractures called "fissures" that are part of the stone's makeup, just like variations in color. Fissures don't follow a straight line and can be felt on the surface. They'll be in different parts of the faux marble, whereas a crack will only be in one spot and have a straight line.

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