Do not use abrasive detergents or powders. Dust with a clean, lint free cloth.
Frequent dusting will remove abrasive build up, which can damage a finish over time.
Spray polishes are best avoided as they contain silicones which may spoil the furniture’s surface when building up overtime.
Do not expose your furniture to direct sunlight.
Excessive exposure to sunlight can cause fading of your furniture.
Ornaments placed on the furniture surface should be periodically moved to avoid shading. Outdoor furniture can be exposed to sunlight, see care instructions below.
Never place household heating appliances or hot objects directly on any furniture surface.
Always place a heat resistant coaster between your furniture and a hot object to protect your furniture.
Do not place your furniture near a heater, heat, dampness or moisture generating appliance.
Extreme temperature and humidity changes can cause cracking and splitting.
Some movement may be expected depending on environmental conditions.
If the air is dry, some cracks may appear to due shrinkage. These should disappear when the moisture content increases.
Do not place rubber, cork, vinyl or plastic materials on the wood finishes chemicals within may react with the finish if left in contact for an extended period of time.
All liquids should be wiped up immediately with a soft, slightly damp cloth in the direction of the wood grain. If sticky liquid residues do occur, they may be removed with a dilute solution of warm soapy water followed by a clean, damp sponge. The area should then be wiped immediately in the direction of the wood grain with a clean, soft white cloth until completely dry.
Nail polisher remover, hairspray, perfume, potpourri and any other
products that contains solvents can damage wood and upholstery finishes.
Do not strike, hit or stand on furniture.
Furniture is designed and built for its intended purpose.
When writing, use a pad to protect the table or desk surface.
When moving furniture, please lift, do not drag. Protect the surface and corners from knocks and scratches.
Take care when handling. Obtain assistance as necessary.
Once in place make sure it stands level to ensure smooth opening of the doors and running of the drawers.
Furniture containing glass.
Do not use abrasive cleaners to clean the glass surface, use a damp cloth with either washing up liquid or soft soap.
Do not place a heavy object on the glass surface. Do not strike the glass with a sharp object.
Do not place felt with glue, cork or plastic dots between glass and finished surface since these items can react with a finish.
Any assembly required should follow the sequence of steps in the Assembly Instruction Sheet.
-lease retain assembly instructions and hardware for future reference and us.
Periodically check all fixings to ensure none have come loose. RE-tighten when necessary.
Furniture can be dangerous if incorrectly assembled. Assembly should be
carried out by a competent person(s). No liability will be accepted from
damage or injury cause be incorrectly installed or assembled furniture.
If the furniture is dented or scratched at any time during use, this can be repaired by a qualified technician: please contact your retailer.
Outdoor furniture coating
Regarding oil for your outdoor table/furniture, we recommend a clear
decking oil or Deck doc.
Try the oil/finish on a non conspicuous area and let dry to check the colour and finish before coating the whole piece.
For tables, what is done the top surface must be done to then underside also, to enable the timber to absorb and expel moisture at the same rate to avoid bowing or cupping.