In order for wooden furniture to have a really long life, you need to take care of them.
Do not place solid Wood furniture in strong sunlight, on heating elements or in rooms where there are heavy heat and moisture Changes Use underlays for hot pots and molds placed on wooden surfaces.
Wipe up any liquid directly spilled.
Occasionally check that the mounting brackets and screws are tight.
Care Tips Oil-treated wood
The surface treatment is worn away after a while and therefore the oil is needed a little bit from time to time. The oil gives a surface that protects against dirt and liquid and if the furniture is not oiled it dries, which can cause cracks to occur. S
urfaces used every day should be oiled in a few times a year, while surfaces that are not used so often can be oiled in a little less often.
Spotting management: Stains and rings can be removed with water and detergent.
Care instructions painted and painted wood
Wood but above all White colors can be sensitive to food coloring, soft drinks, red wine and coffee.
Besure to wipe up stains as soon as they occur
A chair does not always consist solely of solid wood, but also of textile.
Here are some practical tips on things that can be good to think about in order for the textile to stay fresh.
- Avoid placing your textile furniture too close to a heat source or in direct sunlight when the paint can fade.
The quality of the textile fibers can also be degraded by the sun's rays.
- Vacuum clean and clean your furniture regularly, as dirt and dust increase wear.
It is also good to wash the fabric at regular intervals.
- Avoid using sharp objects near the furniture.
- For pads, textile cleaning is used in spray form.
- Because the fabric should be easy to wood on your furniture after washing, you can advantageously stretch the fabric in wet condition.
- For textiles that are not fan-resistant, we recommend washing before first use.
Cleaning and care of artificial leather
The tissue plastic should be cleaned regularly to maintain its surface and to prevent the build-up of dirt and bacteria. All stains, oil, grease, ink, dirt or other soiling should be washed off immediately to reduce the risk of permanent stains. Use mild seed solution / detergent or special cleaning agents for the materials you have on your particular furniture to remove stains from the surface. Use with a damp sponge or a microfiber cloth.
Lacquers,abrasives,chloride, wax polish, strong detergents, xylene-based solutions or acetone can give immediate permanent stains on the surface of the fabric. This type of cleaning is at the user's risk. Some clothing and accessories contain dyes
(used in, for example, jeans) that migrate to lighter colors. The risk of this phenomenon increases at high temperature and humidity and the discoloration that can then occur is almost impossible to remove.