The Lane recliner is a popular model that can be found in many homes. It’s not difficult to put together, but it does require some tools and basic knowledge of how furniture goes together.
This article will show you how to assemble your Lane recliner by breaking down the process into easy-to-follow steps.
Steps on How to Assemble a Lane Recliner
Step 1. First, remove each piece of the chair from the box and lay it on your floor. If you’re working with a sectional recliner then all pieces should be laid out in an orderly fashion. The backrest will go at one end with both arms facing outward from there, while the seat is placed over to their respective ends as well.
Step 2. The next step is to attach the back of the chair onto its frame with screws and other hardware that came with it, using a Phillips head screwdriver or wrench. Be sure not to over-tighten any of these pieces as this will make your recliner harder to move. Once you have finished assembling the top half, flip it over to attach the seat.
Step 3. Put one side of your recliner onto its frame and tighten the screws, then place the other half down on top and secure it similarly. Make sure you do not over-tighten these pieces as this will make your chair harder to move later on. Once they are both attached, flip the chair over to attach the footrest.
Step 4. The next step is to screw in the back of your new recliner onto its frame, using a Phillips head screwdriver or wrench. Be sure not to overtighten these pieces as this will make them difficult for you later on when you want to move them around at home. Once that is done, turn your chair over to attach the other side of the back.
Step 5. Next is attaching the armrests and neck pillow on both sides to complete how to assemble lane recliner assembly instructions.
What is Lane Recliner?
Lane Recliner is a comfortable and convenient way to relax at home. It features a reclining seat, adjustable lumbar support, a built-in cup holder, and more! The Lane Recliner also has our patented heat or massage options that are controlled by the easy-to-use remote control on its armrests.
The Lane Recliner is the perfect addition to your home. It’s an ideal chair for watching TV, reading a book or playing video games too! The Lane recliners gently hug you as it supports your back and neck while giving you comfort that will last all day long!
It offers a one-touch zero gravity position with its patented “zero gravity” reclining mechanism. The Lane Recliner also offers a unique “diving board” footrest that lets you relax your feet by lifting them up and away from the floor, giving you more legroom to move about!
What is Included?
- One Lane Recliner chair with one cupholder armrest
- One remote control
Step 1. Lane recliners are designed for indoor use only. They should not be used on any other surface than a carpeted floor, tartan rug, or an area covered by furniture protection pads and/or fitted with built-in heating elements (e.g., electric mats) that can keep the surface at a safe temperature.
Step 2. Do not use any Lane recliner in any area where the floor surface cannot be kept warm enough to prevent frostbite or freezing of feet/toes and other body parts, such as uncovered tile floors, stone floors, concrete slabs with inadequate heating underneath them (e.g., radiant heat), etc.
Step 3. Lane recliners should not be used in an area where there is a danger of falling, such as on stairs or near unprotected edges.
How to Deep Clean Lane Recliners
Lane recliners should be cleaned every three months with mild soap and water.
Do not use any cleaning products that contain bleach or ammonia as these will damage the fabric on your furniture, including Lane recliners. Follow instructions for how to deep clean lane recliners below::
Step One: Place the recliner in a bathtub or similar deep area. Use a gentle soap and water mixture to clean it, being careful not to spill any liquid on the floor. Clean all surfaces of your furniture with equal attention and care. Rinse off all soap residue from the chair before moving onto Step Two below.
Step Two: Make a mixture of three parts white vinegar and two parts water in a spray bottle. Spray the fabric with this solution, making sure to saturate all surfaces evenly before moving onto Step Three below.
Step Three: Mix one part cornstarch with five parts cold water. Dab a sponge or towel in this mixture and rub it in a gentle circular motion over the fabric. Clean all sides of the chair before moving onto Step Four below.
Step Four: Allow your recliner to air-dry for at least two hours before bringing it back into use or storing away. Dust off any hairs, dirt, and debris that may be collected on the fabric before storing.
Step Five: Store your recliner in a cool, dry location that is well-ventilated and away from any heat sources (radiators, space heaters).