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Care Instructions

Love your furniture a little and it will love you back a lot

Our stylish furniture is built to stand the test of time, but with extended use it is
bound to show a certain amount of wear. With a little care, you can get the best from your furniture.
Simply follow the tips and tricks given below.

Fabric
A vacuum cleaner or soft brush should be used to remove surface dust from the fabric on a weekly basis. Furniture with non-removable covers should be fully cleaned once a year by a specialist cleaning company. We would recommend that all upholstery cleaning be carried out in- situ for removable covers. Some marks can be removed using a cloth moistened with mild soapy water-but never detergent. Do not use spirit cleaner to get rid of stains and marks.
Velvet care- Follow the above cleaning instructions. When new, the pile of the velvet fabric may appear crushed, but this can be resolved by running a clothes brush lightly across the fabric(or in rare cases, by professional steaming). Over time, the pile will crush but this is part of the antiquing process and will not affect the durability or style of the product. *Exposure to direct sunlight may cause fading
Wood
Cleaning and dusting your furniture regularly will keep it in good condition for a longer period of time. Ideally, dusting should be done with a damp cotton cloth since as a dry cloth can leave minute scratches on the finish of the product. Do not keep hot or moist dishes directly on the surface of your furniture. To prevent damage, use coasters/mats/table cloths
Clean spills immediately by gently blotting with a soft and dry cloth/sponge
For a natural wooden/veneered surfaces, polish by a professional is recommended when required.
Do not use detergents or aerosols to clean your furniture.
*Fine hairline cracks are a normal part of the aging process of wooden/veneered surfaces
Glass
Cleaning and dusting surfaces regularly will keep them in good condition for a longer period of time. For cleaning and maintaining the shine of glass surfaces, use standard glass cleaning liquids.
Ideally, dusting should be done with a damp cotton cloth as a dry cloth can leave minute scratches on the finish of the product.
*Do not slide objects across the table top. Always lift and place the object on the surface of the glass.
*Avoid any kind of impact on the glass surface as this may cause the surface to break.
Metal
Cleaning and dusting surfaces regularly will keep them in good condition for a longer period of time. The surface can be cleaned with a soft, moist cloth and a neutral soap and then with a dry cloth to remove all moisture.
For chrome plated surfaces the above process should be followed. For removal of stubborn stains, chrome polish should be applied. The polish should then be wiped away with a clean cloth after burnishing.
*Prevent contact with water and corrosive substances as they may damage the product
*Avoid exposure of furniture to damp conditions to prevent deterioration in furniture quality
*Do not use abrasive cleaners as these tend to scratch or dull metal surfaces. This is particularly important for chrome surfaces on which vinegar, nail polish remover, nitro based thinners, petrol etc should never be used for cleaning.
*Do not use steel wool or scouring pads to scrub metal parts.