LOVE YOUR SURFACES
- Vacuum-clean fabric upholstered products when required.
- To remove small marks, simply dab with a warm damp cloth, ensuring not to rub the fabric. Finish by pressing a soft dry cloth into the surface to draw out residual moisture.
- For tricky marks, ensure to test professional quality fabric cleaners on an unseen area of the fabric before using on a visible area.
- If washing fabric upholstered products is necessary, we recommend using a professional dry cleaning service.
- Minimise direct sunlight on fabric products.
- If using a vacuum cleaner on a leather surface, be sure to use a soft brush head so as not to scratch the surface.
- To remove stains on a leather surface, use a soft cloth and professional grade leather cleaner, ensuring to test the cleaner on an unseen area before applying to a visable area.
- Do not use a wet cloth or tissue on leather.
- To prevent leather drying, we recommend using a professional leather conditioner by PELLÉ as required — www.pellecare.co.nz
- Minimise direct sunlight on leather products.
- We recommend oiling 6 – 8 times a year to maintain a natural and durable surface.
- Dust off the furniture surface regularly with a damp cloth, then dry after with a microfiber cloth.
- Frequently rearrange any objects that may be obstructing the sunlight in certain areas to avoid dark spots.
- Never place sharp, hot or damp objects directly onto a wooden surface.
- Avoid placing your furniture too close to a heat source.
- Immediately dry off spillages.
- Indoor furniture should not be placed outside.
GLASS & MIRRORS
- Mix vinegar and water in a spray bottle and clean surface with a dry microfiber cloth, chamois, squeegee or scrunched newspaper to avoid streak marks and lint residue.
- Finish off with a quick buff using newspaper.
- Make sure to wipe and dry the cleaner on the glass quickly to avoid streaks.
- Many glass cleaners can cause damage to the framed wood areas of mirrors and furniture, so avoid getting cleaner on these materials.
- Clean fiberglass with a soft cloth soaked in detergent and warm water. Rinse thoroughly and dry with a clean soft cloth.
- Remove scuff marks and stubborn dirt using a soft bristle brush with detergent and warm water. Rinse thoroughly and dry with a clean soft cloth.
- After cleaning or if finish appears dull, apply a pre-softened automotive paste wax to restore original sheen.
- Do not use abrasive cleaners that may damage the finish.
Linoleum is a natural material. Many superficial marks will often disappear by themselves over time as the surface has a certain self-healing effect.
- Clean the surface with a soap-based cleaning product diluted in water or pH-neutral gentle cleaner for light spills.
- For more severe stains, use a white nylon cloth and rub lightly with the cleaning agent as soon as possible. Wipe surface clean.
- Use protective cover underneath flower pots, plates, hot cups etc. where spills and heat can occur.
A powder coated finish on furniture is for those who would like a harder finish than what an oiled surface can offer. The powder coating makes the surface more durable and easier to clean.
- Simply wipe surface with a damp cloth and dry immediately.
- Avoid using materials with an airtight fitting (such as a suction cup) as condensation can occur between the powder-coated surface and the fitting.