Care Instructions

The leather can be wiped by a wet cloth with lukewarm soapy water. Do not use chemical agent, bleach or corrosive substance.

If in doubt, consult either the child restraint manufacturer or the retailer.

Do not use any accessories and replacement parts which are manufactured without the permission of our company.

Additional Care

Alcantara®

Water-soluble stains

It is recommended that you use the specific products for Alcantara cleaning; if the products listed are not available, it is recommended, depending on the type of stain, that you should use water, lemon juice, or pure ethyl alcohol (from liquors) and follow the instructions below: fruit juice, jam, jelly, syrup, ketchup: use lukewarm water, rinse by dabbing with clean water. Blood, egg, excrement, urine: use cold water; avoid warm water because it makes these substances coagulate, rinse by dabbing with clean water. Liquors, alcoholic beverages, wine, beer, coke and tea: use lukewarm water; if the colour mark remains, treat it with lemon juice and then rinse it well. Indelible pencil, cocoa, and chocolate, pastry with cream or chocolate, ice-cream, mustard: use lukewarm water; rinse by dabbing with clean water. Vinegar, hair gel, tomato sauce, coffee with sugar: use lemon juice and then wipe with lukewarm water; rinse by dabbing with clean water.

Stains not soluble in water

It is recommended that you should use the specific products for Alcantara cleaning; if the products listed are not available, it is recommended, depending on the type of stain, that you should use water, or lemon juice or pure ethyl alcohol (from liquors) and follow the instructions below. Lipstick, foundation, mascara, eye-shadow, perfume, shoe polish, oil and grease in general, grass stains and felt tips in general (including the indelible kind): rub with ethyl alcohol, then with water and rinse. For grass stains and felt tips, which are quite difficult to remove, especially on light colours, it is necessary to act as soon as possible in order to prevent them from becoming too “dry”. Chewing-gum and wax: put a plastic bag full of ice on the stain; when the material becomes hard remove the pieces and then treat with ethyl alcohol.

Resistant stains

Repeat the above described treatments as often as necessary. Even the stains that are not soluble in water often require to be treated afterwards with water.

Old stains of unknown origin

First of all treat with lukewarm water, then rinse by dabbing them with clean water. If you see that the stain begins to dissolve in the water, repeat the treatment as often as necessary; let it dry and, if necessary, treat with ethyl alcohol.