Maintenance and cleaning methods for office chair

Apr 26 2023

Office chairs are an essential item in our daily work, which not only affects our comfort, but also relates to our health and work efficiency. Therefore, we should pay attention to appropriate maintenance and cleaning of the office chair to extend its service life, maintain its aesthetics and functionality.
According to different materials, office chairs can be divided into various types, and each type of office chair has its own characteristics and cleaning methods. Below, we will introduce the maintenance and cleaning methods for various types of office chairs.
Mesh office chairs
Mesh office chairs have the advantages of breathability and lightweight, but they are also prone to accumulating dust and stains. When cleaning office chairs made of mesh, the following steps can be taken:
Step 1: Use a household vacuum cleaner or clean brush to remove dust and debris from the surface of the chair and seat cushion.
Step 2: Use a damp cloth dipped in a small amount of cleaning agent (such as soapy water or sofa cleaner) to gently wipe the stains. Be careful not to use too much force or cleaning agent too much to avoid damaging the mesh.
Step 3: Wipe off the excess detergent foam with a clean wet cloth, and then dry it with a hair dryer or natural air.
Leather office chairs
Leather office chairs have the advantages of high-end, soft, and diverse colors, but attention should also be paid to avoiding factors such as direct sunlight, liquid splashing, and chemical contact. When cleaning leather office chairs, the following steps can be taken:
Step 1: Use a soft dry cloth to gently wipe the chair surface to remove any dust.
Step 2: If there are slight stains, you can use a damp cloth dipped in a small amount of leather specific cleaning agent or leather polishing agent to gently wipe. Be careful not to use overly irritating or alcohol containing cleaning agents to avoid damaging the leather.
Step 3: If there are stubborn stains, you can use toothpaste to apply them on a small area, and then wipe them off with a damp cloth. Be careful not to excessively apply or wipe them off.
Step 4: Use a clean dry cloth to wipe the chair surface dry, and then apply it with leather specific maintenance agent or oil to maintain the softness and brightness of the leather.