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Care &

Maintenance

Solid Wood & Veneers

Sun & Heat Damage,

These materials are both sensitive to light and heat. We'd recommend that you avoid leaving anything on the surfaces for the first 6-8 weeks, if they're exposed to sunlight. This should help you avoid any marks or rings appearing if the furniture lightens in the sun. Do not put any hot pots and pans directly on the table surface, this may cause damage to the top coat as well as the natural wooden material. Use coaters at all times while using.

Water Damage,

These materials are both sensitive to liquid. We'd recommend to always use a soft and dry cloth to wipe over the wooden surface. Aside from wood wax which is generally available to purchase from Hardware stores, you can also apply a dab of petroleum jelly to your cloth and clean in a circular motion which acts as a polish and protective layer to your wooden surface.

Scratch Damage,

Regardless whether it is a Solid Wood or Veneer surface, both are prone to get scratched if not careful enough hence we always encourage our customer to use Coasters at all times while using. IF the table surface is already scratched, customers can purchase the "Furniture Marker" with the correct wood colour from any Hardware stores for self touch up.

Cleaning,

A damp (never soaking wet) cloth will do it. Dry the surfaces thoroughly afterwards. Both wood and veneer can be damaged by liquids, so if you spill anything on it, be sure to wipe it dry immediately. If you need to remove any stains, go gently – use mild soap and warm water. Always keep dry using a dry cloth.

Marble

Liquid Damage,

Marble is a natural stone and should only be cleaned with a neutral pH cleaning solution. Any form of spilled liquid including water glass ring and especially spills from acidic materials like alcohol, citrus juices and coffee must be wiped immediately as it may wear away marble. Hence to avoid water rings, the best solution is to use a coaster or use cup ware that does not produce condensation. For food, plants or flowers, it is also best to use a doiley, coaster or placemat. Surprisingly a lot of foods, beverages and foods are acidic like tomato juice, orange juice, grapefruit juice, wine and other products such as nail polish remover and vinegar should not be used near a marble material.

Protecting Table Surface,

To further protect Marble material surface, Customer can consider to purchase the "Transparent Film Table Protector" which can be simply purchased online. As per the online external retailers description, it seem DIY easy, Customer can give it a try!

Cleaning,

For everyday cleaning use a dry soft cloth, duster or similar to wipe away dust. For a deeper clean, use damp (never soaking wet) cloth. If any cleaner is to be used, use a very gentle pH neutral cleanser like a dish washing liquid diluted in water. Then completely wipe away any excess water droplets with a dry soft cloth. We’d like to emphasize again to use a dry soft cloth to wipe off all excess liquid to avoid streaks and ensure all moisture is removed from the marble top.

 
 

Leather

Sun and Heat Damage,

Leather can lighten if it's exposed to direct sunlight, so be careful where you place it if you want to avoid this. It can also be damaged if it's exposed to heat – don't put it too close to a radiator.

Marker and Pen Marks Damage,

Just as your handbags and other household items, all marker and pen marks are not removable. Please try to avoid these items on your Leather furniture.

Long Term Conditions,

As Leather is a Natural material hence Customers should expect that thru time there will be more aging lines and marks will surface. This is completely normal. We'd recommend to purchase a good Leather Wax to wax over surface as cleaning and maintenance of the Leather furniture.

Cleaning,

You can clean leather using a soft, dry cloth. Or a cloth and soapy water for a bit more elbow grease. To keep your leather looking its best, we recommend you clean it regularly with a leather cleaner.

Synthetic Leather

Sun and Heat Damage,

Synthetic Leather is very sensitive to sunlight, so be careful where you place it. It can also be damaged if it's exposed to heat – don't put it too close to a radiator.

Marker and Pen Marks Damage,

Just as your handbags and other household items, all marker and pen marks are not removable. Please try to avoid these items on your Synthetic Leather furniture.

Long Term Conditions,

As Synthetic Leather is a man-made leather hence if not cared for properly surface cracking may due to occur thru time. This is completely normal for Synthetic Leather material hence we always encourage customers to keep dry at all times with dry wipes to prolong its lifetime.

Cleaning,

You can clean synthetic leather using a soft, dry cloth or damp (never soaking wet) cloth will do. As synthetic leather is very sensitive to any kind of chemical and/or liquid hence we do not recommend that you clean it regularly. Keep dry at all times with dry wipes to avoid dust accumulating on surface. 

Upholstery

Sun Damage,

Upholstered furniture will lighten over time if it's exposed to direct sunlight, so be careful where you place your furniture pieces.

Wear,

To keep seat cushions looking their best and to help them wear evenly, be sure to regularly turn them. Give foam, feather or fibre-filled cushions a shake as often as possible to help them keep their shape.

Feet,

Make sure the feet on your chair or sofa are tightly fastened. Try not to drag them to avoid damage to the feet, or your floor. 

 

Maintenance Before Usage: 

We always recommend our Customers to take extra precautions by coating the sofa with 2-3 layers of Scotchgard 3M FabricProtector and Scotchgard 3M Water Shield before usage. To avoid stains and water sipping thru the fabric surface best in the future, it is recommended to coat sofa every 3-6 months once or before your guest arrives. 

MDF / HDF Board

Sun & Heat Damage,

These materials are both sensitive to light and heat. MDF/HDF is also prone to marks or stains or discolouration if left under exposed to sunlight or heat. Do not put any hot pots and pans directly on the table surface, this may cause damage to the top coating. Use coaters at all times while using.

Water Damage,

These materials are both sensitive to liquid. We'd recommend that you avoid leaving any liquids on the surfaces overnight. We'd recommend to always use a soft and dry cloth to wipe over the surface .Always use coasters.

Scratch Damage,

MDF/HDF is prone to get scratched if not careful enough hence we always encourage our customer to use Coasters at all times while using. IF the table surface is already scratched, customers can purchase the "Furniture Marker" or matching paint colour for self touch up.

Cleaning,

A damp (never soaking wet) cloth will do it. Dry the surfaces thoroughly afterwards. Both MDF and HDF can be damaged by liquids, so if you spill anything on it, be sure to wipe it dry immediately. If you need to remove any stains, go gently – use mild soap and warm water. Always keep dry using a dry cloth.