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Dust may affect fabric. Care for textiles by vacuuming or lightly brushing.
Rotate and flip cushions when vacuuming for even wear.
The nap of high pile textiles such as mohairs and velvets may become crushed or lose its original pile height. We recommend light steaming to lift the pile to its original height. The textile should also be brushed with a de-linting brush to maintain its pile.
Water based or solvent cleaner may cause discoloration or staining.
We recommend that stained or soiled textiles be professionally cleaned. Dry cleaning should be done at regular intervals by a reputable, professional dry cleaner specializing in home furnishings. Always advise the dry cleaner of the fiber content of the fabric prior to any treatment.


Immediately blot the affected area lightly with a clean, dry cloth. We recommend consulting a professional home furnishings cleaning service, advising them of the type of stain and the fiber content of the fabric to be treated. Pre-test any cleaning agent on a small inconspicuous area to make sure there are no problems with colorfastness, shrinkage or spotting.
Applied finishes may help resist soil and stain.


Many of our fabrics have been tested to be washed. However, the washing tests are performed in Europe and the results may vary due to water coarseness, detergent and drying variables. We therefore recommend that dry cleaning be used to clean our fabrics.


Finishes help fabric resist spotting, but they are not necessarily the end-all to every problem. Light colors may benefit the most. A finish does not eliminate the need to properly care for a fabric. Spots should have immediate attention by a professional dry cleaner.


Maintain textiles by keeping them away from direct sunlight.
Draperies should be lined and interlined when fragile fabrics are used. To extend the life of your drapes, additional yardage for the turn back should be purchased at the time of the original purchase. Colors can fade by oxidation, “gas fading”, if fabrics are kept in storage for too long without airing. Impurities in the air may also cause fading.


Castel sources its performance fabrics from the world class suppliers using the best materials and treatments creating a luxurious fabric with high-performance. Certain performance fabrics are treated using FiberGuard.  The cleaning and care of FiberGuard fabrics:


Remove or cover outdoor cushions during rainy weather to prevent water soaking through the cushion core. Air dry the cushions if they become soaked.

DO NOT use spot and stain removers, solvent-based detergents, bleach, or hydrogen-peroxide based solutions. Such cleaners tend to damage the resistance of the yarns and lessen their colorfastness, reducing the fabric’s sustainability for outdoor use. 

Use a vacuum cleaner or light brushing to remove surface dust or dirt. 

Non- grease stains (eg. mustard, ketchup, coffee, chocolate, red wine): Pour 1/4 cup of a neutral detergent into 1 cup of water. Dip a clean, damp sponge into the solution and gently tap the stain with the sponge, working outward from the center of the stain. Do not rub the stain. Rinse thoroughly with the clean water. Air Dry. 

Grease-based stains (eg. butter, oil, lipstick): Dip a clean cloth or sponge into 100% volatile solvent acetone and gently rub the stain. Once stain is removed, use a neutral based detergent solution (same as above) and rinse thoroughly with clean water. Air Dry.

To disinfect, we recommend using a mixture of 70% rubbing alcohol and 30% water. Dip a clean cloth into the solution and gently dab the stain. 

For stubborn stains, professional cleaning is recommended.