When you say:
We have a client with whom we have a relationship of delivering proofs of concepts only.
How do you define that relationship? Do you have a contract with this client? Who established this relationship on your companies side of things?
Ideally, outside of this contract you also have documentation of your meetings with the client, their requirements documents, and a list of deliverables that your company promised to provide to the client before really getting down to work. Anything they are expecting to be in the PoC that wasn't discussed in these meetings and documents should be off limits and you should be able to point to those documents and remind the client of that fact.
Remember, you're an engineer. You want to solve problems and you want to be helpful. Resist that impulse and go back to your contract, go back to your planning docs, and tell them that extra polish or feature was not in scope for the agreed upon contract work. Tell them as politely as you can and if they push back I would simply offer to put them in contact with your boss so they can bring this up with him.