Cleaning our furniture is simple and easy. All you need to do is brush off any loose dirt and then wipe over the surface with a damp cloth. If you spill food, mix a small amount of dish washing liquid with water, dip the cloth in and then give it a good squeeze to remove most of the water. Wipe over the table and then use a clean cloth to dry it.
We recommend that mats or coasters are always under plates, cups and glasses, whether they are hot or cold.
For any touch ups where unstained wood shows, we recommend using a ebony black wood stain and apply using a small brush and wipe excess with a dry cloth.
Most furniture spray polishes or bees wax are perfectly fine to use but wipe off any excess. The use of any acetone, solvents, bleaching agents or silicon born products may cause damage to the final effect.
It is also advisable to wipe up spillages on surfaces immediately with a soft, dry cloth in order to avoid marks or stains, and the same with seat pads.
It is often tempting to tip back on two legs when sitting in a chair. Not only does this risk the sitter falling backwards and hurting themselves, it also puts great stress on the chair’s joints.
It is also wise not to expose wooden furniture to unnecessary extremes of temperature by placing it close to radiators, AC units and open fires.
Most of these suggestions are just common sense and by following these simple steps you will be able to enjoy your furniture for many generations, confident that it will look as good in fifty years as it does on the day you bought it.