Pets are great furry companions who offer us their unconditional love by becoming part of the family. We love to enjoy life with them and share our favorite spaces in the house without having to worry about a thing.
But this sometimes becomes a mission impossible precisely because of her large volume of hair and the fact that our faithful friends are not always as neat and clean as we would like.
The sofa is usually the centerpiece of the living room, which has more weight in the home because it is usually the center of family and friends reunions, entertainment and cinema, and it is the latter that is most affected by the arrival of a pet.
So, is it impossible to have both our pets and a flawless home? Not anymore…


SAFE FRONT protects as standard against enveloped viruses and bacteria, effectively reducing its activity by more than 91% against untreated fabrics. This shield maintains optimal levels of hygiene on your sofa by acting permanently. SAFE FRONT has been proved to be a great help against mite allergies since 1999.

Bacteria and mites really do proliferate if you have pets at home.

But Safe Front is a fantastic ally against these organisms, which can cause allergies, especially in children and the elderly.

These collections have a physical barrier – a layer between the fabric loops and the top visible part of the fabric which prevents accidental snagging, not only caused by pets, but also by jeans rivets, zippers or rings.

The surfaces of these collections are completely smooth, which facilitates the removal of pet hairs from the fabric.

These fabrics are not indestructible, but they do help to prolong your sofa’s lifespan.

Tips for living with pets

Your sofa is the heart of your home, and pets can be very territorial, so you’ll have to decide if you want your pet on your sofa! Cats may mark them, dogs will love jumping up on them. Pets sometimes have very different behaviour patterns, and you have to bear this in mind. The best thing you can do is to train your pet or pets to do what you really want them to do – or not to do!