Furniture Care GuideWood, veneers & laminates
Avoid placing near a direct heat source, such as a radiator. Avoid placing in direct sunlight, as this will cause the colour to fade over time. Clean using a soft damp cloth. After this buff dry with a soft, dry cloth.
Real wood can easily absorb moisture, so if any liquid spills onto the surface immediately wipe away with a dry cloth.
Do not use any harsh solvent or silicone based cleaning products. For slight stains use a mild soapy water solution and dip a soft cloth into this solution, wring out excess water, and use this to buff the stained area. Then wipe away soap residue by using a damp cloth.
Fabric colours will fade over time if exposed to direct sunlight. Plump up the cushions weekly and rotate them once a month to ensure even wear.
Remove surface dust regularly using a vacuum upholstery nozzle. Do not place fabric covers in a washing machine, for full cleaning we recommend
that you use a specialist cleaning company once a year.
Avoid direct sunlight, as this will cause colour fading. Do not place near direct heat sources. For general cleaning use a soft dry cloth. If vacuuming
use a soft brush nozzle attachment to avoid scratching. If required, wipe down the leather with a soft damp cloth. Avoid detergents, excessive water or solvents.
Whenever you chose to try a new cleaning method do a patch test on a hidden area first to convince yourself of the results. For more intensive
cleaning it is advised to contact a specialist leather cleaning company.
For everyday cleaning use a feather duster or a dry soft cloth. If necessary use a damp cloth to wipe the surface, but never use any abrasive or solvent based cleaning materials on lacquers, as this will cause permanent streaking.
Fingerprints and marks will show up more clearly on black or darker high gloss colours.
For everyday cleaning use a feather duster or a dry soft cloth or use a damp cloth to wipe the surface. If necessary use a glass cleaning product, but only on the glass surface (do not use glass cleaner on the side of glass which has been lacquered). Fingerprints and marks will show up more clearly on black or darker glass colours.
To ensure a long and happy life for your dining table, ensure that care is taken when serving food or drinks by using coasters and placemats, and by
using heat absorbing mats when placing hot dishes onto the table surface. If you are entertaining a large number of guests then consider placing a
tablecloth over the surface.