Wash plastic surfaces with a soft cloth soaked in mild detergent and warm water. Rinse thoroughly and dry with a soft cloth. Do not use solvents or abrasive kitchen cleaners.
Many mild stains can be removed with the use of common household ammonia cleansers. Be sure to thoroughly rinse the galvanized article with freshwater afterwards. Dry thoroughly.
STEEL AND ALUMINUM
Clean with warm, soapy water. Do not use any harsh abrasives or cleaning solutions. Dry thoroughly.
Clean with a slightly damp rag, moistened with warm water and a small amount of mild soap. Using leather specific cleaners and wipes is applicable as well. Make sure to dry off thoroughly with a dry cloth.
Do not soak wood pieces in water. Scrub with oil soap and water on a cloth to remove grime build up. Rinse and dry well. Avoid using abrasive soaps, all purpose household cleaners and mixtures containing boiled linseed oil, turpentine or white vinegars.
How to keep your wood furniture in perfect condition
• Recommended humidity in the room: between 40% and 60%
• Ideal room temperature: 21°c during the day, not below 14°c at night.
• Avoid exposure to extreme conditions. don’t put your furniture near heating sources or in highly air-conditioned spaces.
• Although the furniture - apart from teak - is given a protective finish during production, it can still be susceptible to stains. we therefore recommend that any spilling is removed immediately to prevent staining.
• When cleaning the surface, always work in the direction of the wood grain.
• Like any natural material, oak will darken or yellow during its lifetime. Furthermore, teak and walnut will fade slightly when directly exposed to uV light (sunlight). therefore it is recommended to shield your furniture from direct sunlight and to move objects placed on the furniture from time to time, to prevent color differences.
• Use placemats to prevent hot pots, pans and cold glasses or bottles from leaving marks on the furniture.
Fixtures should only require a light dusting to stay beautiful. If you find yourself needing to clean your fixture, use only the mildest soaps, softest cloths and gentle pressure.