Please carefully read our Aeon Furniture Care Guide. This Care Guide will help to increase the lifespan and ensure the continuous beauty of your Aeon Furniture. 

General Maintenance 

  • Regularly vacuum and spot clean your fabric upholstery to ensure any stains, dirt and debris is removed quickly and efficiently.

  • A professional upholstery cleaning service is recommended for stains that cannot be spot cleaned. 

  • To spot clean, use cold water on a clean, absorbent towel. Gently blot the stain starting from the outside and gradually making your way to the middle. This will help to avoid moisture rings from forming. 

  • Refrain from machine washing or dry cleaning removable upholstery and cushions.

  • Rotate and flip cushions once a month to balance natural wear and increase longevity. 

  • Keep direct sunlight away from furniture as it can fade and diminish the finish, fabric and color.

Wood and Wood Veneer Tables


  • Avoid direct sunlight and excessive temperatures. Excessive temperatures include extreme cold, extreme heat or frequent fluctuating temperatures. This may cause the wood to warp and misshapen.


  • Be sure to use coasters and other protective covers when setting down dishware. Do not place hot plates or hot dishes on wood surfaces without a placemat or dish setter.


  • Avoid placing close to direct heat such as fireplaces.

  • Dust and wipe wood furniture with a microfiber cloth. 

  • Regularly clean, oil and wax wood furniture. You can use a mild soap such as Murphy’s Oil Soap on a clean, damp cloth. Use gentle circular motions to buff and polish wood.

  • Other oils such as orange oil, linseed oil, tung oil or walnut oil can be used. Be sure to lightly spray or dab the oil onto a cloth. Do not soak or drench the cloth in oil.


  • Wax coating isn’t always necessary, but it can provide extra protection for your wood furniture. Wax after you clean and oil your wood furniture. Old English Scratch Cover can work for many wood surfaces. Apply this or another similar product after following all of the necessary care steps. Allow the wood to dry and absorb before using it.

  • Treat wood furniture once every 2 weeks. 

  • Wood veneer is easier to care for than real wood furniture. Wood veneer can be wiped down with a dry or damp microfiber cloth once every 2 weeks. Avoid using oil, wax or polish on wood veneer furniture. 


Leather and Leatherette Upholstery


  • Do not place leather furniture in direct sunlight, it can cause discoloration.


  • Do not use excessive heat on your leather furniture. You can wipe immediate spills with a dry or damp cloth. Always allow your leather furniture to air-dry. 


  • Natural oils from your body can cause discoloration overtime. Avoid too much bare skin when sitting or laying on your leather furniture for extended periods.


  • Vacuum and dust leather with a microfiber cloth. Never use excessive amounts of water or other water soluble products on leather, unless they are specifically made for leather.


  • Dab a few drops or lightly spray a leather-safe oil, such as orange oil, on a clean cloth. You can dilute the oil with a safe carrier oil, such as linseed oil. Gently rub and buff your leather upholstery using firm circular motions. This can work for both cleaning and removing scratches. Make sure to cover the entire surface of the leather. 


  • Wait about 1 hour after oil treatment before use. It is necessary to give your leather furniture time to absorb the oil.


  • If applicable, rotate and flip cushions to balance wear and increase longevity.


  • Treat leather furniture 1 - 2 times per week.


  • Leatherette is much easier to care for than real leather. You need only wipe it down with a dry or damp microfiber cloth 1 - 2 per week. 


Rattan Furniture

  • You can remove dirt, dust and debris from rattan using a vacuum or microfiber cloth.


  • Keep rattan furniture out of direct sunlight. 

  • Do not drag your rattan furniture. Lift and move it when cleaning. Dragging it can cause the rattan to break or warp. 

  • Keep rattan away from places with extreme heat. Using a humidifier or by misting it with distilled water, similar to wicker, will prevent it from drying out.


  • Add a few drops of linseed oil to a cloth and wipe it down to keep the fibers from splitting and breaking.


  • Rattan can sag overtime. To increase the lifespan of your rattan seating, add cushions to it to evenly distribute weight. 

  • Treat rattan furniture once every 2 weeks. 


Lacquer Finish


  • Keep away from direct sunlight and moist areas. Lacquer is best kept dry. It can crack if damaged by water.


  • If a spill occurs, wipe immediately with a clean, dry cloth. You can use a damp cloth, but make sure to follow it with a dry cloth afterwards. 


  • Use rubber mats or rubber feet beneath heavy items placed on top of a lacquer surface. Lacquer surfaces can scratch if items are excessively heavy, dragged on its surface or are rarely lifted to clean. 


  • Regularly dust your lacquer furniture with a soft, clean, microfiber cloth.


  • Treat lacquer furniture once every 2 weeks. 


Velvet Upholstery


  • Regularly vacuum and spot clean your fabric upholstery to ensure any stains, dirt and debris is removed quickly and efficiently.

  • You can use a soft bristled or lint brush to brush in the direction of the nap of the fabric.

  • Velvet is prone to marking. Do not keep heavy items on your velvet furniture for extended periods. 12 hours or more can cause Mark's and dents.

  • Pressure marks can be easily removed through light steaming and brushing the dented area.

  • To help prevent wrinkles, rotate, flip and shake out removable cushions regularly. 

  • Treat velvet upholstery 1 - 2 times per week. 

Polyester Upholstery


  • Avoid placing in direct sunlight, it can cause discoloration.


  • Regularly vacuum your polyester upholstered furniture once every 2 weeks.


  • Spot clean using cold water and a damp cloth. Gently blot the stain until it is removed. Work from the outside into the middle to avoid moisture rings. 


  • For harder stains and spills, you can combine a small amount of mild dish soap in warm water. Use a clean cloth and dip into the soap / water mixture. Gently dab the spot until it is removed. 


  • For excessive moisture, sprinkle baking soda onto the spot. Allow to sit for about 15 minutes. Vacuum the baking soda. If there are any rings left behind from the baking soda, use the spot cleaning method to remove them. 


  • Treat polyester upholstery once every 2 weeks.


Molded Plastic 


  • Wipe molded plastic with a dry or damp clean cloth. 


  • Keep out of direct sunlight or excessive heat. This can cause the molded plastic to warp and misshapen. 


  • Molded plastic can stain if spills and messes are not wiped clean immediately. 




  • Be sure to use coasters, pads, cloth or felt to protect the metal surface. 


  • Use protective mats or dish setters under hot dishes. 


  • Wipe up spills immediately. Clean with a soft damp cloth. Wipe dry. 


  • Do not use abrasive cleaners, chemical solvents, strong detergents, and cleaners with bleach.


  • For stainless steel, use stainless steel cleaners to remove spots.