A: Leather Dust with a dry cloth and vacuum for regular maintenance. If stains become apparent, blot stains immediately and wipe surface with a lightly dampened cloth and mild detergent. Do not spot clean; wipe the entire surface area and then dry with a clean cloth. Do not use saddle soap, abrasive cleaners or detergents or ammonia. If necessary, use non-abrasive leather cleaner but spot test to ensure there will be no discoloration. Fabric Vacuum regularly with an upholstery attachment. Flip, rotate and fluff removable cushions regularly to ensure even wear and increase longevity. Feather and down cushions have excellent recovery, but much like down comforters, pillows need to be fluffed frequently to restore their loft. Some feather loss is normal. Vacuuming with an upholstery attachment between the fabric casings and cushions will help prevent feathers from poking through the fabric. To minimize fading, avoid placing your upholstered furniture in direct sunlight. Dark fabrics and natural fibers like cotton are most susceptible to fading. An annual professional cleaning will keep your upholstered furniture looking its best. Stains on Fabric Treat stains immediately for the best results. Blot up as much of the spill as possible with a clean, dry, white cloth. Don't rub. If a cleaner is needed we recommend using an all natural mild upholstery cleaner and spot testing in a discrete area. For large or stubborn stains, we recommend dry cleaning or consulting a furniture specialist for professional care. Vegan Leather? Combine a mild household detergent or liquid dish soap with warm water. Use about 2 tablespoons of detergent per gallon of water. Wipe the leather down with a clean rag dampened with the detergent solution as needed to remove surface residue and dirt.