Product Care Instructions
Wood Finished Furniture
Direct sunlight and very bright light shining directly onto your furniture should be avoided as this may result in bleaching.
Pot plants should have a waterproof bowl with an insulating cloth underneath, as moisture may collect underneath the pot because of temperature changes causing condensation. Use felt. Direct contact with water must be avoided for long periods.
Do not treat furniture manufactured by our factory with furniture oil. The furniture is sealed with a special hardening coat to help prevent scratching. Use a soft cloth and a non-wax spray. Mister Min is ideal, as this will improve the finish on the furniture with time.
All hot objects must be insulated from furniture surfaces. Place mats, insulating tablecloths or underlay is essential to prevent damage.
Avoid sliding objects across the tables as this may cause scratching.
To clean stubborn marks off the surface of furniture use Mister Min or spirits diluted in water and a damp cloth to remove the mark. Dry it afterwards with a soft cloth. Do not use any solvents such as thinners or turpentine, as they will change the surface.
If your furniture is exposed to extreme humidity such as in coastal regions, near a river or in extreme high rainfall areas, the drawers and doors may swell because of the natural moisture absorption characteristic of wood. As our drawers and doors were made to fit snug and perfectly in the factory, they might get “sticky” and the doors may not close properly because of moisture absorption. The only way to remedy the problem is to plain down the items so that they fit again.
When cleaning wrought iron furniture, use a wet or damp cloth. Do not use any cleaning agents or abrasive methods, such as steel wool, brillo pads or sand paper.
We recommend that all upholstered items be professionally cleaned. Refer to the individual fabric's care instructions for more information.