Did you know that our cushion and pillow covers are removable to make them easier to clean? And that our sustainable fabrics are inherently stain resistant? Here's what you need to know about our fabrics and some easy ways to clean them!
Our Recycled Velvet fabric can be cleaned with gentle household cleaning products. If possible, place a clean towel behind the fabric to absorb any excess moisture. We recommend spraying and dabbing all the way to the seams to avoid any water rings from drying. This fabric can also be machine washed on delicate with cold water and then air dry or tumble dry with no heat.
Our Upcycled Poly fabric is inherently stain-resistant and can be cleaned with household cleaning products, including a bleach solution, without being damaged. Most general house cleaners will work, as long as they aren't solvent-based (most are not). We recommend spraying and dabbing all the way to the seams to avoid any water rings from drying. Alternatively, you can also hand wash with cold water and air dry - no heat.
Do not iron our Upcycled Poly!
How to Make a Bleach Solution For Our Upcycled Poly Fabric:
Use 1 oz. of bleach to 30 oz. of water in a clean spray bottle. If possible, place a clean towel behind the fabric to absorb any excess moisture. Set the nozzle to fan the spray pattern and wet the entire side of the cover where the stain is. Then wipe the entire cover with a clean cloth to remove any excess moisture. Spray the same area with clean water to rinse out the bleach solution from the fabric. Wipe the entire cover again with a clean cloth to remove any excess moisture. Allow the cover to air dry. This will remove most stains.
Sustainability points: washing on cold and air drying saves energy too!
Our Upcycled Poly fabric has an abrasion resistance of 75,000 double rubs. What that means is it’s built to last and you won’t have issues with your Sabai product pilling.
However, some clothing or blankets/throws may create pill and lint balls that could get stuck in the weave of our Upcycled Poly fabric and make it seem like your sofa is pilling. The good news is that this is very easy to solve! If pill balls accumulate on your furniture, we recommend using a tool such as this Pilling Remover to get it looking brand new again. You can also use a sharp razor blade to remove the pill balls, but this requires being slow and careful as to not damage the fabric and may not be as effective.
Shop our sustainable, nontoxic, and stain-resistant fabrics here.
In case of any permanent damage, check out our Repair Don't Replace Program to shop for repairable parts as well as custom slipcovers.
If you have any questions or concerns about cleaning your Sabai pieces - contact our support team at email@example.com!