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contents english quality certificate better life 1.2 stable interior structure 4. leather care and cleaning 4.1 sources of light and heat 2.1.1 pile changes in the seat area 2.2 characteristics of different models 2.2.2 very soft padding 5. caring for your leather furniture 6. fabric care tips

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Controlled Quality ... represented by this label QUALITY CERTIFICATE machalke polsterwerkstatten mliving Your personal order number: mliving's quality assurance staff certify that this piece of furniture left our factory 5- in perfect condition. Please read the Product Information brochure carefully and keep it for future reference, particularly with regard to the terms of our guarantee. Failure to follow our care instructions, or incorrect use of the furniture, will result in the guarantee becoming void.

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Dear Customer, Thank you for choosing a piece of furniture designed and made by mliving. We lavished much time on making it, because we know that over the space of a year you will probably spend up to several weeks sitting on your new sofa or chair. There are few pieces of furniture that are used as frequently as a sofa. Even the very best quality needs care. To ensure that your sofa withstands everyday wear and tear and looks beautiful for many years, we recommend regular cleaning and treatment. This Product Information brochure is intended to make product care easier for you; it contains product...

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better life better life We see sustainability as more than just the latest fashion; it’s a tenet of our philosophy. On the one hand it refers to the manufacture of furniture that is capable of giving as much pleasure in years to come as it does today. It also means using the least harmful materials around; ones which damage neither our health nor our environment. We consider this to be of great importance. Many of our materials carry a seal of approval confirming that the burdens they cause are within the legal limits. 54 55

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1. craftsmanship and technology 1.3 frame Craftsmanship and the latest technology? For mliving this is not a contradiction, but the perfect combination. For example, we use an innovative laser cutter to ensure absolute precision when cutting. When it comes to upholstery, in contrast, we believe in doing things by hand. We vouch for the outstanding quality of this item of furniture with our signature in your Product Information brochure. 1.1 quality The old saying “Trust is good, control is better” is something we believe in wholeheartedly at mliving. And this is why your piece of furniture was...

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2. product characteristics Many of our products have specific features that are determined by the design and look of the piece. These characteristics are not due to the materials used, the design or the workmanship; they are an expression of the distinctive design or the individual features of the materials and are not a defect. Please refer to the product information sheet for more details. 2.1 specific characteristics Most pieces of leather have natural markings on their surface, for instance fat wrinkles or insect bites. These marks are not a defect – they are a unique individual characteristic...

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2.2 the specific characteristics of different models The upholstery method is determined by the style of the item (e.g. a loose cover or firm cushions) and will have a decisive influence on the look and feel of the finished product. 2.2.1 firm padding Firm padding means that the upholstery fabric is folded over the corners of the padding. Depending on the elasticity and firmness of the fabric, this can result in small or large folds in the top cover. 2.2.2 very soft padding A characteristic feature of very soft padding is the yielding, inviting seat. Depending on the model, the fabric can hang...

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fade resistance Exposure to light can cause leather to fade (particularly sunlight, halogen lamps, etc.). Please protect your furniture against direct sunlight with curtains etc. colour variations There may be minor colour variations between the swatch and the finished product. We regret that we cannot guarantee a 100% match, particularly for natural fibres and leather. rub fastness Our sofas and chairs are highly rub resistant. As a rule, light colours are more rub resistant than dark colours. seat hardness The firmness of the padding in a suite can vary from item to item. Sometimes it is not...

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Leather is our passion. It is also a material we love to use for our furniture. We use only the very best hides. Our staff visit the tanneries to select the best hides available for our leather furniture. The leather that covers your sofa was meticulously and thoroughly checked before being used. And we like to think that this extra care is noticeable. By using natural, traditional production methods, we ensure that the typical characteristics of the leather remain intact. Our leather is breathable, it feels good to touch and is always a pleasant temperature.

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semi-aniline leather We use a wide range of leather types, and all of these hides are tanned and processed differently. Depending on the characteristics we want the hide to have, it can be processed using innovative chrome tanning, tanned with natural vegetable extracts or a combination of the two. Whatever tanning process you use, the result is the same: the natural grain and surface of the leather is preserved, making the leather especially soft and breathable. A lightly pigmented leather that is robust and relatively easy to care for. It is soft and comfortable and adapts swiftly to room and...

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3.3 natural features 3.4 colours Real leather is a natural product and we do not believe this should be concealed or hidden in any way. Each hide is unique and tells its own distinctive story. The natural grain and marks are testimony to the hide’s natural origins and they have no influence on the durability or the quality of the leather. Neck creases* Mange cysts* 03 Stable injuries 04 Brands* 05 Scratches* 06 Curry comb scratches 07 Scars from operations Abscesses* Goad marks 10 Fat wrinkles 11 Insect bites 12 Infections 13 Dung marks* 14 Horn scratches Our customers are truly spoilt for choice...

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