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Upholstery

By cleaning your upholstered furniture regularly, you can make sure it remains beautiful for longer. One of the most important tips is to regularly vacuum your furniture using the soft brush of your vacuum cleaner. This will remove dust and prevent fabric pilling. Learn how to look after your upholstered furniture below. Specific tips are available for our range of sustainable, wool, leather and synthetic fabrics. Find an overview of the options below and click on one of the fabrics to discover more about its specific care and maintenance tips.

 

Sustainable fabric choices

We extended our collection and are proud to offer a range of more sustainable fabrics which are available to customise with any upholstered Studio HENK piece:

  • Camira Hemp A blend of wool and hemp. Vacuum regularly and wipe with a damp cloth using soap and water or proprietary upholstery shampoo.
  • Camira Oceanic A fabric created entirely from post-consumer recycled plastic including ocean debris and bottles that were destined for landfill which are then used to make SEAQUAL yarn. Vacuum regularly and wipe with a damp cloth using soap and water or proprietary upholstery shampoo.
  • Textaafoam Soil Made from recycled RPET bottles (60%) and PES (40%). Vacuum on a low suction power. If any stains occur remove the spillage as quickly as possible and place a luke-warm wet towel over the stain to try and absorb it – do not rub the stain.
  • Textaafoam Regain Made from 100% synthetic polyester; a strong and highly wear-resistant material. Vacuum on a low suction power. If any stains occur remove the spillage as quickly as possible and place a luke-warm wet towel over the stain to try and absorb it – do not rub the stain.
  • Kvadrat Re-wool Crafted using 45% recycled wool from Kvadrat's yarn spinners offcuts in the UK. Regular cleaning is recommended. Vacuum frequently using a soft brush and wipe with a dry or moist cloth.
 

Wool fabrics

Wool is a natural material that is dirt repellent. We advise you not to impregnate the fabric, because this can affect the natural functioning of the material. “How does that work?”, you might think. In contrast with most fabrics, the outer layers of wool fibres are slightly water repellent. This means that when you spill liquids, the fabric won’t immediately absorb it. Do make sure to remove the stain quickly, to make sure that the liquid doesn’t leave any permanent stains. We advise you to consult the website of our partner LCK for a detailed cleaning and maintenance advice and advice on the removal of stains.

You can find an overview of our wool fabrics below. If you click on one of the specific fabrics below, you will be redirected to the specific care and maintenance page of that fabric.

Synthetic fabrics

Polyester is a synthetic fibre that needs an extra layer of protection, to avoid stains. Therefore, we do advise you to impregnate these fabrics. We advise you to consult the website of our partner LCK for a detailed cleaning and maintenance advice and advice on the removal of stains.

You can find an overview of our synthetic fabrics below. If you click on one of the specific fabrics below, you will be redirected to the specific care and maintenance page of that fabric.


Leather

The easiest way to clean your leather furniture is by regularly vacuum cleaning it with the soft brush of your vacuum cleaner. You can also clean your furniture with a clean, soft cloth. We advise you to consult the website of our partner LCK for a detailed cleaning and maintenance advice and advice on the removal of stains. We advise you not to place your leather furniture in direct sunlight or near heat sources (like radiators). This will affect the natural properties of the leather.

You can find an overview of our leathers below. If you click on one of the specific fabrics below, you will be redirected to the specific care and maintenance page of that fabric.