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pollack fabrics - cleaning + maintenance

POLLACK recommends the following guidelines for fabric care. Any specific notes or cautions that may apply are noted below.

Special Notes for Suede Charade - 9908 /

Suede Charade can be machine washed in cool water with a mild detergent. It should not be bleached or dried in a high temperature dryer. When Suede Charade is dry, brush the fabric with a suede brush to restore its natural sheen and luster. Iron on the reverse side at a cool setting. Suede Charade can also be professionally dry cleaned.
The following recommendations cannot take into account every possible soiling condition. Therefore, before proceeding to clean installed or upholstered fabric, we urge you to test all treatments on a sample or in an inconspicuous spot.
- Light stains
Brush gently with a suede brush. For deeper stains, brush with an eraser or fine sandpaper. For sticky stains, such as honey or sweets, use a spoon or knife to remove it. Avoid rubbing stains into the material. General stains can be removed with a dampened soft cloth.
- Liquid (coffee, tea, juice, soft drinks, milk, beer, wine etc.)
Blot the spot to remove excess liquid; remove the stains with a cloth soaked in warm, sudsy water, placing a dry cloth on the reverse side to absorb excess water. Repeat until the stain is removed and no soap remains.
- Oil based (butter, mayonnaise, oil, lipstick, shoe polish, ball point pen, marker etc.)
First try the same process listed above. If the stain remains, gently rub the spot with a cloth dampened with benzine, alcohol or a dry cleaning agent.
- Paints, Varnish etc.
Use the remover designated for the staining agent (i.e. turpentine for oil-based paints).
Once the stain is removed, blot the surface again with a dry cloth to remove any excess liquid, and let the cloth air dry.

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