Series of Scandinavian velvet barstools in perspective from bottom.

Velvet’s elegant sheen and rich color have a commanding presence that make a bold statement in any space. Velvet can be made from either natural or synthetic fibers.

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  • Vacuum with a soft brush attachment.
  • Spot cleaning only. Stains are usually something that should be handled by a professional. Wet washing will cause the pile to shed.
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  • If spills occur, absorb liquid immediately with an absorbent cloth by blotting.
  • Synthetic velvet will resist absorbing liquids, but stains like wine or coffee will remain. If that’s the case, you can invest in some home dry-cleaning product, but it is advised to take it to a professional cleaner.
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Best Practices

  • You can restore the direction of the pile by using a soft, dry brush following its natural direction. This gives it a new look. This must can be done only if dry.
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  • Avoid having darker velvets exposed to direct sunlight, which will discolor the material.
  • Don’t keep heavy items on velvet long term, as they will crush velvet permanently.
  • High heat can damage synthetic fiber velvet.
Please note : While the care and maintenance information provided is sourced from reliable and trusted industry experts, Qubik Furniture cannot be held responsible for any damages that may occur as a result of following our product maintenance guides. We highly recommend exercising caution and test in an inconspicuous area before applying any cleaning or maintenance methods to your furniture.