How to Properly Take Care of Commonly Purchased Made Goods Furniture

At Made Goods, they are motivated by the desire to take peculiar and exceptional items and develop them into beautifully designed pieces that captivate and delight them. They value every feature of each item, and every item is hand crafted by traditional craftsmen from all over the globe – the reason why Made Goods furniture is much coveted in the world of furniture.

Almost all of Made Goods furniture finishes have been applied by hand; therefore, the color, texture and tone may differ with each item. While Made Goods are making all of its efforts to match the images that you see online and in their catalogues, there really is no assurance that such an absolutely identical match can be produced. Made Goods furniture is handmade, and hence it is subject to subtle differences.

Made Good products are supposed to be handled with care like such of an antique or family heirloom. Below is a guide that can provide helpful instructions regarding different products maintenance.

Care Instructions for Different Made Goods Furniture

Upholstered Furniture

Upholstered Furniture

General Instructions:

  • It is recommended to hire professional services for upholstery cleaning to take care of Made Goods upholstery.
  • If there are spills, immediately clean it with a white cloth which is clean and dry.
    Do not ever rub – just blot – whenever there is a spill. This is to avoid the blotting of “rings” from the outside to the center of the stain.
  • It is at your own risk when you want to use a cleaning agent. Always test the cleaning agent first in a small and discreet area of the furniture. Do not use strong substances or cleaning products. Never spray any substances directly to the upholstery.
  • Keep away the fabrics from direct sunlight and heat to prevent the colors from fading. Made Goods does not assure the non-fading of the fabrics, regardless of whether colored or natural.

Fabrics: Cotton, Linen, Polyester Blend

The fabrics used by Made Goods are imported from different parts of the world – but mostly, in Europe.

Such fabrics are not resistant to stain or treated with any protective substances. It is suggested to hire professional cleaning services for upholstery. It is also recommended that the drapery casing or furniture attachment be vacuumed weekly or biweekly to maintain its appearance.

Additionally, avoid putting these fabrics in direct sunlight because this can end up causing them to fade.


Made Goods velvet fabric is made of 100% cotton and is produced in the United States. Velvets should by dry-clean only. This type of fabric is made with just a light and a water-based stain repellent; hence most stains can just be blotted or wiped clean with either a damp cloth or a paper towel,. Spot cleaning is also used to remove dried stains.

Always try to test to clean the fabric first in an inconspicuous area to assess the reaction of the fabric. Use mild soap and lukewarm, purified, water or just a commercial cleaning product, begin from outside the stain while working your way to the center. Once it is already dry, use a toothbrush or a nailbrush (or any similar brush that is smooth and dry) to brush the velvet in the same direction. If needed, repeat the process.


In Made Goods, the leathers used for their upholstery are tanned in America, and aniline dyes are used to color it. Aniline dyes absorb through the leather’s thickness, enabling the leather’s grain and markings to appear. Semi-anilines have been reputed for their softness and are cured with a slightly shiny, transparent sealant topcoat. Such a top coat provides extra protection as well as consistency of colors.

Just the drapery nozzle should be used to vacuum the leather, and it should be weekly or bi-weekly. You may dust regularly with just a dry cloth after the piece is vacuumed. If needed, a smooth, white cloth can be dampened with distilled water to wipe away or remove any particles of dust that is on the leather. Let the leather dry first before your repeat the process. Do not just use any sort of soap since most of it contains alkaline that cracks and dries leather.

Do not put leather in direct sunlight or heat, as this may cause the leather to fade or lose its softness.


Most of the ceramic furniture is glazed. In ceramic products, you may notice color discrepancies or tiny “pin pricks”. This is the effect of the method of glazing, but these are not regarded as a defect.

Ceramic furniture are suitable to be used outdoors. Nevertheless, be mindful with sudden temperature changes – hot to cold, cold to hot – for this may affect the ceramic’s longevity or can cause it to crack.


Wood can be easily affected by different elements. It can split up or be warped if exposed to extreme moisture and dryness. Depending also on its sunlight exposure, the wood color may darken or lighten.

Just use a soft, dry cloth to clean the wood or wipe spills. Do not use strong chemicals or solvents to clean it.

Use a table cloth or trivets to avoid the wood to have direct contact with heat or liquids.
To prevent it from scratching, use felt pads when putting items straight on wood.


You can just dust it off with a soft and dry cloth.

Never use abrasive cleaning agents like alcohol. This may damage the metal’s finish. In addition, do not spray cleaners directly to the furniture.

Iron, Zinc, and other known metals usually rust if its finish is scratched. If the furniture is always exposed to water or humidity, rust will occur. Made Goods furniture does not guarantee that the finishing will not oxidize.

You can make use of a coaster to protect the metal’s surface from direct heat or from liquids.

Aside from the ones mentioned above, there are lots more other Made Goods furniture available in the market. The above stated-materials are the most common ones which are purchased by furniture lovers.

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