Care Instructions for the Cooperstown Baseball Glove Chair and Ottoman

HomeRun Leather Care

  • Avoid excessive direct sunlight. Do not use outdoors or in sunrooms.
  • Protect furniture from extremes or drastic changes in temperature or moisture. Place furniture away from heat sources, air conditioners, and humidifiers.

  • Dust regularly with a soft clean cloth. Wipe gently along grain direction when cleaning or polishing.

  • To prevent change in surface sheen, avoid rubbing vigorously.

  • Blot spills with a clean absorbent cloth promptly and thoroughly.

  • Lift objects on furniture to move them. Do not drag or slide objects on furniture surface.

  • Use coasters, trivets, placemats, etc. to protect furniture from heat and moisture.

  • Use felt pads under sharp, heavy or hard objects placed on furniture.

  • Sharp objects like pet claws, metal jewelry, keys, buckles, buttons, etc. may damage the furniture surface.

  • Rubber, vinyl, or plastics may react with some finishes if left on furniture.

  • Avoid direct contact with alcohol, solvents, nail polish remover, air fresheners, and other harsh chemicals.

  • Furniture polishes with no waxes, silicones, or abrasives may be used on wood surfaces.

  • Damaged, exposed bare wood must be repaired before applying furniture care products.

  • Test furniture care products on an inconspicuous area first—follow instructions on the label.

  • Apply care products to a clean cloth before using on furniture. Do not spray or apply directly on furniture.

  • Magazines, newspaper, or dyed clothing fabric may rub off and transfer color onto the leather.

  • To remove slight stains, prepare a lukewarm water solution with mild soap. Sponge the whole surface sparingly, evenly and quickly. Dry immediately.

  • For more complicated situations consults professional leather cleaner.