While Oliver items are manufactured with premium materials designed for durability, there are some things you can do to keep your furniture in tip-top shape.

How to clean fabric stains:

  1. Blot liquid spills immediately with a soft dry cloth or sponge, then clean with a soft cloth dampened with soapy water. Pat the stain, don’t rub!

  2. Wipe away excess liquid with a cloth and let dry away from direct sun.

Note: As a last resort, some cushion covers can be removed to wash in the washing machine. We recommend you try the other techniques first!


How to keep your cushions fluffy:

  1. Turn or reposition your sofa cushions regularly.

  2. Try to give your cushions equal love when sitting on the sofa - it makes a difference!

Note: It is normal for cushions made of high-density polyurethane foam to soften and “break in” over time before stabilizing.


How to take care of wood surfaces:

  1. Use coasters (seriously)! Padding under objects (particularly plastic, rubber, and hot dishes) placed on wood can protect the surface and prevent discoloration.

  2. Clean spills immediately with a dry or slightly damp cloth. Liquid left on wood can cause cracking and mold.

  3. Keep out of excessively humid environments.


How to take care of your rug:

  1. Use a handheld vacuum or broom when possible. If you use an upright vacuum, turn off the beater bar. Be extra gentle when vacuuming the edges to preserve your rug.

  2. Clean spills immediately by scraping off any debris and blotting the liquid with a dry cloth or paper towel.

  3. Clean from the outer edge of the stain to the center, do not rub the stain!


General maintenance tips:

  1. Keep fabric and wood protected from direct sunlight and heat to avoid fading and discoloration.

  2. Vacuum upholstery regularly with a soft brush attachment to remove dust and debris or wipe with a damp soft cloth.

  3. Do not use harsh chemicals or abrasive cleaners on wood or fabric. Spot-test cleaning solutions before using across a large surface area.

  4. Leather will naturally fold and crease with use, this adds character!

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