- Clean your metal furniture with clear water without detergent
- Wipe it carefully to avoid lime scale marks.
- Do not rub with an abrasive or metallic sponge and do not use scouring powder or any other detergent.
- For very dirty marks, use a window-cleaner product or a specific multi-use Cleaning product.
- Be sure that wooden dining tables that are used daily are cleaned after every use and once every week / two weeks if they are not used frequently.
- The best way to clean wood furniture is with warm wet cloth. Using a soft cloth that has been saturated in the mixture and then wrung out, wipe down the wood. Then completely dry the furniture immediately with a soft dry cloth.
- If a spill occurs, be sure to clean it up right away. Leaving a spill on a wooden surface can result in a spot that can be difficult to remove later.
- Placing wooden furniture over a heating vent can cause it to dry out quickly. Never place hot object such as coffee cups directly on wood furniture. The heat can cause a white moisture ring to form on the surface. If a white ring does form, apply a little petroleum jelly to the mark and allow it to sit overnight. It should be gone in the morning.
- Keep wooden furniture out of direct sunlight. Ultraviolet rays from the sun can age the wood prematurely and cause discoloration.
Wood used in manufacturing of furniture are sensitive to variations in temperature and humidity. These living woods may therefore show slight cracking according to seasons and climates. This natural phenomenon in no way alters the quality of our furniture and gives it a certain charm.