Base, Frame & Armrests

DO NOT open or attempt to open the zipper of the seat cover of a racing chair.

Wash surface with a cloth using mild detergent and warm water. Dry with a soft cloth. DO NOT use solvents or abrasive kitchen cleaners.

PU Leather

Dust PU leather regularly with a thick, woven microfiber cloth. Wipe the surface gently with a non-abrasive sponge with a soap and warm water solution or a mild liquid detergent.

PVC Leather

Dust PVC leather regularly with a microfiber cloth. Clean the surface and the back with a warm water and liquid detergent solution. Rinse the surface with water. DO NOT use dry-cleaning solutions on PVC leather.


Vacuum the back and seat of the fabric chair with a brush attachment regularly. Scrub the fabric gently with a brush on dirty spots.


Vacuum any dirt off your chair. Remove remaining dirt with warm soap and water. If stains persist, gently dab the area with a spot cleaner. DO NOT rub or scrub.


The casters accumulate hair and debris gradually and can affect the movement of your chair. Turn the chair over and make sure it is firmly supported by the seat and back. Use the crevice tool on your vacuum to remove debris caught inside. Use a surface cleaner and paper towels or microfiber cloth to remove dirt from the outside of the casters. Wipe down the casters with rubbing alcohol on a cotton ball. Use cotton swabs with rubbing alcohol to clean inside the narrow parts of the casters.

Final Remarks

Tighten the bolts and screws on your chair to ensure safety and stability every 6 months. We also recommend re-applying lubricants (e.g. WD-40 or white lithium grease) to the screws regularly which reduces the chance of squeaking.