how to care for your furniture

Handle With Care

All finishes are prone to scratches and other damages, so great care must be taken to prolong the life of your wooden furniture.


To clean, simply use a soft cloth and lukewarm water. A mild detergent may be used to clean stubborn messes. Be sure to wipe with the grain of the wood. Avoid using glass cleaners on finished furniture because the ammonia will chemically attack the lacquer. Never allow any liquids to remain in decorative grooves as they will be absorbed and cause the wood to warp and finishes to de-laminate.

How to Prevent:

MARKING

Do not write directly on the surface.


YELLOWING

Do not use cleaners or polishes

that contain wax and silicone.

SPLITTING

Maintain even humidity conditions

in your home.


FADING

Do not place in direct sunlight.

DAMAGE TO FINISHES

Do not place hot kettles, pots, etc. on the surface.


DISCOLOURING

Do not use rubber-based placemats.

Use cloth or cork/hardboard.

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