Cleaning and Care
Inada USA currently carries two different types of coverings for our massage chairs: Synthetic Leather and Leather. There is also a knit trim on every chair that allows for fluid movement of the chair. All three materials require a different level of maintenance and care so please follow the instructions for your specific material below in order to keep your chair in great condition for many years to come.
To provide your Inada massage chair with the best possible protection, a Massage Chair Cover is recommended.
Synthetic Leather Upholstery
Proper maintenance of your synthetic leather covered chair requires regular dusting and wiping down the surface with a clean, damp cloth. If soap is needed, use a solution of half mild soap to half distilled water on a slightly dampened clean cloth or sponge. After wiping the chair down, allow time for the chair to fully dry before use. It is important to note that perspiration, body oil, hair gel, and more will damage the finish of synthetic leather if not removed at least once a week.
Synthetic leather is anti-bacterial and soil resistant and liquids such as coffee or tea should not stain your chair unless they are allowed to soak for a long time. Most stains can be easily removed with the mild soap solution referenced above. Never use harsh detergents, cleaners or aerosol sprays. Always allow the areas you have cleaned to dry before polishing with a soft, dry cloth.
When properly cared for, your leather chair will maintain its beauty for many years to come. To care for you chair, please be sure to vacuum and dust it often using a soft, clean cloth. Never leave newspapers on any upholstered furniture. While leather is much stronger than fabric, it can still be scarred and punctured. Thus, please take extra care with sharp instruments and animal claws.
If you do have a spill on your leather chair, use a soft, absorbent cloth and attend to it quickly. Make sure to use a blotting technique on the stain rather than rubbing. For general cleaning and deeper cleaning, use a solution of half mild soap and half distilled water on a slightly dampened cloth or sponge. As you gently clean the leather with this formulation, you should work up a foam. AVOID EXCESSIVE RUBBING. When you are done, blot any remaining soap residue with a clean cloth dampened with only distilled water. Grab another soft, clean cloth and blot until dry.
Knit Trim Upholstery
If you have a stain that was caused by liqueurs, wine, soda, tea, or milk: use a dry, clean cloth to remove anything that has not been absorbed. Dampen the stain with warm water and rub gently with a neutral soap. Rinse thoroughly and allow to dry. Once the area is completely dry, brush the fabric with a soft bristled brush.