Close all zippers and openings before loading into the machine. Take care not to overfill the machine drum while laundering slipcovers, as it can lead to tangling and an over abundance of suds! When washing multiple pieces, split into two cycles if necessary. Smaller throw pillows and throw pillow covers can be placed in a Mesh Bag Bundle to protect zippers, embroidery, and embellishments from snagging during the wash cycle. Remove items from the washing machine as soon as the cycle is complete to avoid creasing.
Dry This Way
Ready to dry? Air drying is typically the best method for preserving the shape and fit of slipcovers, throw pillows, and throw pillow covers, though an air fluff machine dry setting can also be used to speed up the process. To help prevent unwanted shrinkage, replace the slipcover or throw pillow cover while it is still slightly damp. To smooth wrinkles and add a fresh, fresh linen scent, mist with Crease Release or lightly steam.
No-Sweat Spot Treating
In between cleanings, you can quickly banish spots on both washable and non-washable fabric using the Wash & Stain Bar. Work the bar into a lather using warm water and the Stain Brush. Then, using the brush, massage the suds into the stained area and watch as the dirty paw marks, salad oil, and makeup stains dissolve! Wipe away excess soap with a damp Lint-Free Cleaning Cloths, then dry completely to prevent a water mark with a fresh, dry cloth.
If you are unsure of how non-washable upholstery will react to water, first test it in an inconspicuous area according to our Testing Guide directions.