CARE
I N S T R U C T I O N S F O R O U R D I N I N G T A B L E S
RUSSIAN OAK
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Use coasters or placemats to help prevent marks or stains.
Avoid placing hot hot items directly on your tabletop.
After each use, wipe the table top clean with a soft, dry cloth.
Wipe the table clean with a soft, dry cloth after each use.
The occasional application of a high-quality clear furniture wax will help protect
the finish from minor spills. Please note that slight variations in colour and an incomplete seal may occur with any sealant; we recommend on an inconspicuous area
first.
R E C L A I M E D T E A K
• Use coasters or placemats to help prevent marks or stains.
• Avoid placing hot hot items directly on your tabletop.
• After each use, wipe the table top clean with a soft, dry cloth: Note a small amount of the
finish may transfer to the cloth. Always ensure entire table tops wiped down to maintain
a uniform finish.
• Stains can be removed by lightly sanding with a 320-Grit sandpaper
• The occasional application of a high-quality clear furniture wax will help protect the
finish from minor spills. Please note that slight variations in colour and an incomplete seal
may occur with any sealant; we recommend on an inconspicuous area first.
• The occasional application of high quality clear furniture wax will help protect the finish
from minor spills. Please note that slight variations in colour and an incomplete seal may
occur with any sealant; Test on an inconspicuous area first.
MARBLE
• Marble is porous and can be easily stained, scratched or chipped.
• Protect from acid substances like wine, coffee, fruit juice and tomato sauce. Always
blot spills immediately and rinse with a clean damp cloth.
• Do not place hot items directly on the surface.
• Do not use chemical cleansers, dusting sprays abrasive cleaners or furniture polish.
• Place coasters when using glasses, dishes and hard objects that could scratch the
surface.
• Dust regularly with clean soft cloth. Wash periodically with a cloth damped with a a
warm water, and if necessary a small amount of mild dishwashing liquid. Use a second damp cloth to remove the soap.
CARE
INSTRUCTIONS FOR FABRICS &UPHOLSTRY
LINEN SOFAS CUSHIONS & OTTOMANS
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Brush down or vacuum at least once a month. Rotate cushions a pillows regularly.
Protect from direct sunlight, which can cause fabric to fade unevenly.
Immediately blot spills with a clean white soft cloth.
reverse cushions every now and then for an even wear.
Dry cleaning - You should use a repeatable dry cleaning service, or professional upholstery cleaner.
Always dry clean the entire slip cover for uniform results.
For Machine wash- Use a trip-load washer or divide slip covers into manageable
loads. Close all zippers and fabrics tabs prior to washing
wash in cold water with mild detergent.
Tumble try on low until slightly damp: remove promptly to reduce wrinkling
Do not line dry - This will stretch your linen.
OUTDOOR FABRICS
• Use a dry, soft-bristle brush to dust fabric weekly to remove dirt before it becomes
embedded.
• For spot cleaning, use a mild fabric cleaner with warm water and soft bristle brush.
Rinse throughly.
• avoid letting water sit and stain the surface
• when cushions are not in use for long periods of time they should be removed and
stored in a dry cool place.
LEATHER
• Clean periodically with a dry cloth to remove residual dust and prevent dirt buildup.
• Leather furniture should be protected from exposure to sunlight and heat, which may
cause the leather to fade or lose its soft, supple feel.
• Sports, spills and stains will initially be repelled by the leather but if left standing over
a period of time. This will be absorbed. Blot liquid immediately with a clean, absorbent cloth. Any grease or old should be wiped with a clean, dry cloth.
• for stubborn stains use a cloth lightly damped with warm water to blot the stain. If
this does not work, mix a mild soap with water and blot with a dry cloth ( avoid
scrubbing) do not use harsh cleaners of solvents.
• additional leather cleaning should be done by a professional.