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Covers should never be machine washed or dry cleaned by a laundrette as this can damage the fire retardant treatment, fade colours and affect the finish of the fabric. Where zips are fitted this is often to assist ease of manufacture and does not necessarily mean that the cover is removable for cleaning.
G Plan recommends that you use a specialist upholstery cleaning company for your furniture. If you have purchased a fabric care treatment for you furniture please consult your care treatment provider for cleaning advice.
You can dust leather furniture with a soft brush weekly. All leathers can also be wiped weekly with a damp cloth and cleaned quarterly by wiping over with a lukewarm mild solution of pure soaping agent.
Dressing is the maintenance required to keep your furniture in top shape. All loose cushions should be plumped regularly, with a minimum of six plumps ( 3 back & front ) to minimise creasing & flattening.
Reversible cushions should be turned at regular intervals and their positions swapped around to enhance their appearance and comfort and to minimise wear & tear.
Fixed seat and arm cushions require plumping and re-dressing after every use to keep them in excellent condition. Ensure that the cushions and fabric are straightened and ‘smoothed’ out to their original position.
We’re so confident in the quality of our work that every sofa and armchair comes with a 25 Year Frame and Frame Construction Guarantee. This covers the timber frame and frame construction on models despatched from 1st November 2019 onwards. Models despatched between 2008 and 01.11.19 will still have a 10 year frame guarantee. All models will be covered by a 10 Year Spring Guarantee. Springs within recliner mechanisms are not covered.
Elevate Rise & Recline chairs also include a 7 Year Guarantee on the Handset, Mechanism & Motor.
We offer a 10 Year Steel Frame & Moulded Foam Guarantee on all our Ergo and ergoform chairs, which have been crafted in Europe to exacting G Plan standards, by our specialist manufacturing partner.
All G Plan guarantees cover fair wear and tear claims by the first owner of products purchased from our approved stockists only. They do not cover wilful damage caused by abnormal use or storage conditions, accidents, negligence by you or a third party or any commercial or institutional use. Failure to follow the written instructions in the Care Guide or provided with the product will invalidate the claim. Any alterations or repairs carried out without our written permission will also invalidate the claim. We do not recommend or endorse any form of stain protection on our fabrics. Our guarantees do not affect your Statutory Rights.
Regent, K Grade Hide. The finish can be easily cleaned and features a subtle shade effect to add interest across upholstered furniture
Capri P Grade Hide. A semi-transparent pigment base coat provides good light-fastness, durability and stain resistance. Most of the natural markings and leather variations are visible in the finished product.
Dreams, Rococo & Husk are P Grade Hides. A lightly pigmented finish provides good light-fastness, durability and stain resistance. Most of the natural markings and leather variations are visible in the finished product.
Kensington, L Grade Hide. A lightly pigmented finish provides good durability and stain resistance.
Dallas, N Grade Hide. This finish provides good light-fastness, durability and stain resistance. The leather is easily cleaned and features a random shade pattern to add interest across upholstered furniture.
Oxford, H Grade Hide. The finish can be easily cleaned and features a subtle shade effect to add interest across upholstered furniture.
Parts can only be purchased from any of our retailers. These can be found on our website.
Chenille fabrics are woven using a Chenille Yarn. Chenille yarns consist of several strands of thread twisted together with short fibres running crossways trapped between them. It’s these short fibres that create the pile effect. Chenille yarns are often used to create an uneven, random effect with a soft surface texture. The fabric is then tumbled to further add to the soft texture. Shading may occur across the piece due to the pile running in different directions. For example one arm may appear darker than the other. Chenille fabrics have more yarn joins which appear on the surface and are a natural characteristic rather than a fault. The thickness of Chenille yarn tends to vary slightly giving a random unevenness to the surface. This may appear as slightly raised lines across the fabric and should not be confused with rogue yarns which sometimes occur as faults in other fabrics. Chenille’s can be subject to ‘pile movement’, particularly in areas of frequent use. This can create a shading look which is a natural characteristic and not a fault of the fabric. It is a feature that builds the character of the furniture as it is used. As Chenille & Velvet fabrics may change appearance after use it is possible to restore the pile to its original position by brushing the fabric regularly with a soft brush.
Additional fabric can be purchased from any of our retailers. These can be found on our website.
The store models have been used regularly by consumers trying out the models. This usage has already softened the interiors and in time yours will also do the same.
On Furniture where there are loose cushions the fire label can be found under the seat cushions on the seat platform. Fixed seat models the labels can be found inside the back interior cushion cover.
Regretfully this is not a service that G Plan offers. You may be able to enquire locally of an independent upholsterer who could do this for you on a private basis.
The G Plan range is made to order in your choice of cover and finish. The Recommended Retail Price represents a fair market price for the quality of workmanship and materials used. The RRP for our products varies for each design and with the price band of the fabric or leather grades chosen. Our retailers are free to set their own selling price, so we recommend that you check with your local stockist, as there may well be offers available.