Specialty Installation and Assembly:
Wipe clean using a soft cloth dampened with distilled water. Immediately buff upholstery dry with a soft, dry cloth. Vacuum between the cushions on a regular basis.Materials
Frame: Pine and Plywood
Pine is a strong wood used to create very durable furniture, while plywood provides extra stability to furniture structures. The unique combination of pine and plywood provides a very robust framework to furniture structures.
Cover: Grey Leath-Aire Fabric
An affordable alternative to genuine leather, this leather-like fabric makes your new furniture look stylish and inviting. In contrast to other leather products, this man-made material is breathable and provides lush seating comfort.
Seat Padding: High-Density Foam
High-density foam is stuffed inside the seat, back, arm and leg rests. By packing more foam into every square inch of your cushions, you can enjoy the satisfying feeling of true relaxation.
Seat Support: Sinuous Springs and Fabric Webbing
Metal sinuous springs provide a solid foundation for seat cushions, while durable fabric seat webbing supports the seat back. Together, they prevent sagging, increase the longevity of your furniture and provide you with a great place to unwind.
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Comments about Leo Leath-Aire® Fabric Reclining Sofa – Grey:
My husband and I searched for months for the perfect sofa and love seat for our new home. We were looking for something ivory or cream in colour and we were leaning towards leather so that it would be easy to clean and durable. We scoured every store in the city. When we came across this couch we were very excited. We had not heard of this leath-aire material and the salesperson assured us it was incredibly durable and cleans very easily. Of course they encouraged us to purchase the warranty and went through a list of everything it would cover (even explaining that an accidental spill of red wine, or a pen in the back pocket of your jeans poking through or colouring the sofa would be covered). Well, Within less than a year the sofa has has become blackened across the seat, leg rest and even the lumbar area. At first my husband and I thought it was stained, so we diligently used our furniture care kit that came with the warranty. This did not work. If anything it made it worse. I decided to call my local Brick store in Sudbury, Ontario. I explained my concern. They said they would have someone call me back to organize a technician to come to my house. No one called me back. Days turned to weeks and weeks turned to approximately 2 months.I finally called again because the couch was only getting worse. This time they did arrange for a technician to call me. When the technician came to my house he fixed a seam in my love seat. As for the sofa, he clearly told my husband and I that the sofa was not stained, but in fact the material had already worn off. He stated that he would put the report in and they would either need to reupholster the sofa or replace it. A few weeks went by and I received a phone call from a representative at the Brick in Sudbury. She said she was calling about the seams that had come undone. I told her that it was only one seam but that this particular issue had been fixed. I told her the only remaining concern is the black discoloration to my cream coloured sofa. She said this was not part of the report. She would do some investigating and call me back that afternoon. A few more weeks went by and no phone call. I called back and another very polite lady told me what the report said and she said the file had already been closed. I told her that the technician said it would likely be reupholstered or replaced. She said she would look into it and call me back. Two more days have passed and once again no phone call. I called back today. The lady I spoke to said that the report reads that the seam on the love seat was taken care of, but as far as the sofa goes the technician states it is normal wear and tear. The report states nothing is to be done as the warranty does not cover wear and tear. How can this be normal wear and tear? The sofa is only a year old now. I stated that this is not normal wear and tear to a one year old sofa that the salesperson assured me was highly durable. The lady on the phone states the file is closed because it is wear and tear and the warranty does not cover wear and tear. So my warranty covers me potentially spilling red wine on my sofa? Or accidentally piercing it with a pen? But merely sitting on my sofa and taking excellent care of it is not covered. A couch should not wear out in one year! I again explained that the technician said it would likely be reupholstered or replaced. The lady on the phone said that I may have misunderstood and that the technician may have been saying this is what I could do myself to fix the problem. This is definitely not what was said to me.The representative told me that she could have a supervisor call me back on Sunday (today is Friday and the supervisor is off until then) to discuss my situation and see if they would reconsider. Unfortunately my confidence in them calling me back has depleted. Thus, I am writing this review. I am EXTREMELY disappointed in the make of this "highly durable" material. The ivory colour is no longer available through the Brick. I am wondering if there is a reason for this? Have there been other complaints? I have not even finished paying off my sofa and it looks as though I have had it for ten years. I feel ripped off.