Water-based stains

In case of water-based liquid stains

Wiping with water for partial stains

If you spill a liquid stain, just lightly absorb the spilled liquid with a tissue paper. This will remove most of the stain. For dry stains such as mud and coffee that have dried on the surface, brush the stained area lightly to remove them. After brushing, it is also effective to use a vacuum cleaner to suck up the dried stains.

  1. Water-based stains

  2. Stain Removed

  1. Water-based stains

  2. Stain Removed

Simply absorb the stain with tissue paper, etc., and wipe with a well-wrung cloth dampened in lukewarm water.
For dry stains, brushing is also effective.

  1. If you can't remove the stain with this method, wipe the stained area from outside to inside from each direction with a well-wrung cloth dampened in lukewarm water (about 105F/40℃).
  2. Always apply a fresh, clean cloth to the stain, and do not rub hard.
  3. If the nap on the surface is disturbed or disarrayed, brush it lightly.
  4. After finishing wiping with water, please let it dry completely before use.

Caution

When absorbing liquid, if you press down too hard with tissue paper, the stain may soak into the sheet, making it difficult to remove. It is also important to squeeze the lukewarm water tightly and wipe off the stain so that the nap is not strongly disturbed. Please make sure that the cloth or wiping cloth you use is sufficiently clean.

Care Precautions for Ultrasuede® materials

After using household detergent for daily care, if the detergent is not wiped off sufficiently, the residual detergent may reduce the strength of the polyurethane that makes up Ultrasuede®, and may cause problems such as damage to the surface quality of the material. Please avoid using detergent as much as possible. If you do use detergent, be sure to use detergent diluted 10 times or more with water, and wipe off the detergent with a clean wet towel.

Handling precautions for Ultrasuede® materials

  • The color looks different depending on the angle you view the material, but this is due to the directional nature of the material's nap, and is not due to color differences.
  • Please note that the combination of Ultrasuede® or other materials in white or light color and Ultrasuede® in medium or dark color may cause color migration.
  • Ultrasuede® is made of ultra-fine fibers (about 1/20th the thickness of a human hair) and is soft. Repeated rubbing may cause pilling and tearing.
  • In order to create a unique touch, ultra-fine fibers are used. Therefore, high heat may damage the delicate touch and leave scorch marks. Please pay particular attention to cigarette flames and stoves.