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Director's armchair / cod.974
Static Load: 200 Kg
Clean the product with a soft, damp cloth. Use neutral detergents, if possible diluted in water. Do not use detergents containing alcohol, trichloroethylene, ammonia or other solvents, even in small quantities.
To keep the product in good condition for a long time, we recommend cleaning it regularly; more often in very damp locations with a marine climate. It is recommended to clean the surfaces using a soft cloth with water or mild detergents. Prolonged and continuous exposure to intense UV radiation or very low temperatures can affect the initial characteristics of the coloured coating, which is made from polyester. We recommend cleaning and storing the products in sheltered places during prolonged periods of non-use and during the winter.
Avoid prolonged contact with greasy substances and/or dyes, which may be absorbed by the coating material, causing permanent staining and deterioration of the yarn structure. Frequent washing: use water and non-abrasive, colourless liquid detergents with neutral PH. Leave the detergent to react for a few minutes, if required Rinse thoroughly with water at a temperature not exceeding 30°C. If pressurised devices are used, keep the diffuser tip at least 60/70 cm away from the surface of the item. Repeat the operation if necessary. Periodic and/or extraordinary washing: use a regenerating stain remover for PVC, following the procedure below. Operations to be performed: – apply the stain remover to the dirty fabric; – allow the product to act for 15-30 minutes; – rub the stained area using a common hard-bristle laundry brush (phase is necessary since the dirt is inside the weaving); – rinse with running water (if possible rinse using a high-pressure cleaner, remaining at a distance of approx. 60 cm so as not to damage the fabric with the high pressure); – repeat the operations if necessary. Note: when applying the product, pay attention not to apply it to the painted parts of the product.