Furniture Care

Although a piece of furniture is manufactured to meet customers' expectations for a long time, all good things, which should last a long time, require maintenance.

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Your furniture is always surface-treated when it comes to you, so you can start using it immediately. Keep in mind that it can take a couple of weeks before the oil has fully cured, so be extra careful with the surface the first time. Never leave damp objects or liquids behind as this can lead to moisture stains. Table surfaces in special oak need to be finished during the first months, other furniture when the surface starts to look dry (once or a couple of times a year, depending on use / wear). This effort gives your furniture the right conditions to age beautifully and last well into the future.

Important advice on furniture maintenance
NB! Do not use solvents (eg alcohol, turpentine, cellulose thinner, benzine, acetone, etc.) unless the furniture manufacturer explicitly allows this. Solvents are flammable, dangerous to inhale and can damage surface treatments on wood, skin and other materials.They can also damage the upholstered materials, if they are used for cleaning textiles.

 

ALWAYS follow the instructions that come with the furniture.

Always try the mildest detergent first, ie demineralized or cold boiled water.

Stearin and chewing gum are most easily removed after a gentle freeze with cooling spray. (Can be purchased at electronics retailers).

NEVER use abrasive cleaners such as scouring powders and metal cleaners or cleaners that contain ammonia.

Remember and retighten the mounting screws, if the joints become loose.

If a washing instruction is not included, upholstery fabric can NOT be washed. Cleaning of upholstery fabric must only be carried out in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions. OBS; To facilitate assembly, fabric is often fitted with a zipper, but this does NOT mean that the fabric can be washed.

Pillows with loose filling content, such as down and feathers, MUST be knocked up at regular intervals.

Always protect table tops with table protection against hot, damp or colored objects (eg pots, hot coffee / tea cups, vases, candles and flower pots. Always use a cut-resistant surface when using sharp tools.

In order to preserve the color of the materials, direct sunlight should be avoided as far as possible. It is recommended that furniture surfaces are not partially covered by, for example, tablecloths.

Please note that especially chairs and table legs can give off color (especially in connection with floor washing and carpet cleaning.

NEVER place furniture close to radiators or heaters

Furniture intended for indoor use should never be used outdoors.

Sweat can affect surfaces on e.g. wood and skin surfaces. Certain types of medicine can change the composition of sweat, thus the effect can be increased.

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