Care & Maintenance

For the furniture to look good as long as possible, it is important that you take good care of it.

• Maintain the furniture on a regular basis.

• If you spill any liquid, you should always wipe it off as quickly as possible.

• Always use coasters or mats while keeping hot, cold or wet materials on the surface else this can affect the polish. Solvents or chemicals should not be used.

• Any spillage should be wiped dry with a soft cloth immediately as there is a chance of staining.

• Any cleaning needs to be done with water only.

• For an ageless look of the product, we recommend a 6 monthly wax rub-down for solid-wood furniture. Wood wax is easily available in online stores & local hardware stores.

• Colour / polish can fade due to prolonged exposure to sunlight. Also, This results in stresses at connections would lead to splitting and cracks.

• Dirt and dust in the fabric increases break down the fibers and greatly shorten its life. Weekly cleaning with a soft brush inhibits degradation and increases longevity.


• Lacquered and painted wood surfaces: These have a strong, smooth and usually water repellent finish with normal use and cleaning. Wipe clean with a damp cloth. Solvents should not be used.

• Waxed wooden surfaces: Hard wax can almost be compared to coated surfaces, while the soft waxes in quality is comparable with oiled surfaces. The surface is easy to clean but not particularly resistant. Clean carefully with small damp cloth and should be treated according to the descriptions producer and supplier provide guidelines on.

• Oiled wooden furniture: Has a slightly fatter surface that is more susceptible to dirt and liquids than other treated surfaces. So you need to wash and treat these often. Clean with caution and should be treated with a furniture oil the manufacturer or furniture shop recommends. Do not hang sheets or put objects on the table until the surface is completely dry. POWDER-COATED FINISH (STEEL, MDF, ETC.)

• Depending on customer needs, surface can be somewhat different from others. Powder coated surfaces are robust against wear. Cleaning should be done using a damp cloth. Removal of stains is carried out with a common cleaning detergent and in certain cases white spirit.

• Steel surfaces: As a general rule, use a soft cloth for daily cleaning. To protect surface and simplify cleaning, apply a thin layer of wax added silicone.

• Plastic surfaces: Plastics have different properties depending on which applications they should cover. Cleaning is best done with a cloth soaked in lukewarm water with small amounts of detergent. For stain removal, use a stronger dose of detergent (see also the supplier/manufacturer's instructions).