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Product Care

To ensure the longevity of your Halo product please follow our simple care instructions. 

 

Caring for Halo Leather

Cleaning
All Halo upholstery is simple to keep clean. Halo aniline leather doesn’t require feeding, but can be enriched by using a quality Leather Cream. We recommend Pelle Leather Revitaliser as this will restore the natural feel and suppleness of the leather. Otherwise simply dust the leather with a damp cloth regularly and vacuum the seat platforms to remove dust or crumbs.

Humidity
Should the product get wet, remove any residual water immediately with a paper towel and allow to dry naturally. If you have a spillage on your leather upholstery, immediately dab off excess liquids and solids, always work from the edge of the stain inward to avoid spreading. Do not use an abrasive cloth or rub excessively. In the event of any staining or damage to your product please contact us for advice. We will endeavor to offer the best advice possible to aid in the restoration of the product.

Sunlight
Because leather is a natural product that breathes we would not recommend extended direct exposure to harsh New Zealand sunlight, as this may cause the colour to fade unevenly over time. Recommended for indoor use.

 

Caring for Halo Timbers 

Cleaning
Halo’s timber furniture is finished using either a lacquer or wax, to help protect the wood whilst maintaining its natural beauty. To keep it looking its best, simply polish regularly using  a clean damp cloth. 

Humidity
Varying humidity levels within your home can affect the structural integrity of the wood.  Where applicable use a humidifier and/or air conditioner to maintain a relative humidity  (generally between 23-35 percent). Avoid placing solid wood furniture directly in front of  oil radiators, heat runs, or wood burning stoves. 

Sunlight
The aesthetics of Halo timber products are designed to chnage over time. Avoid prolonged exposure to direct sunlight to  prevent fading. Rotate items placed on solid wood to avoid uneven development of the  wood’s natural patina. We also recommend avoiding prolonged exposure to direct spot light. 

Protection
With general use and exposure to your everyday lifestyle the wood will develop individual characteristics.To prevent damage to the woods surface, water marks, scratches, etc always use coasters  and mats. Blot spills immediately. Avoid solvents, perfume, alcohol, and nail polish. Plastic  or rubber protectors may react with the finish and permanently damage surfaces.