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Product Care Instructions

WOOD


(MANGO, ACACIA, PINE, BIRCH, TEAK)

1. Dust with a dry, soft and clean cloth.

2. Wipe down with damp cloth to remove spills or dirt.

3. Add a few drops of white vinegar to a cup of water. Dip your cloth into solution to remove any stickiness on wood.

4. Wipe down to dry quickly.


DO NOT USE CORROSIVE CLEANERS.

AVOID ALLOWING SPILLAGE TO SET FOR LONG PERIODS OF TIME AS IT CAN CAUSE THE WOOD TO SWELL, WARP OR STAIN.

USE COASTERS OR MATS TO PROTECT THE TABLETOP.

METAL


(IRON, STAINLESS STEEL, COPPER, BRASS)

1. Wipe with a dry, soft and clean cloth.

2. Use a soft cloth with mild detergent and warm water to wipe the surface clean.

3. Rinse thoroughly and dry.


DO NOT USE CORROSIVE CLEANERS.

NEVER PLACE HOT ITEMS DIRECTLY ON METAL.

TEXTILE


(POLYESTER, VELVET, COTTON, LINEN)

1. Vacuum large particles.

2. Use a lint roller to remove lint/hair missed by vacuum.

3. If there are heavy duty spots or dirt, use a bristle brush with a light fabric detergent to gently rub without damaging the fabric.


TO AVOID RINGS, CLEAN AN ENTIRE SECTION OF FABRIC AT A TIME.

ONLY USE SLIGHTLY DAMP CLOTH, DO NOT OVERWATER FABRIC.

LEATHER


1. Vacuum large particles.

2. Regularly wipe the leather with a clean, dry or damp cloth.

3. Rinse cloth often and alternate with dry cloth to keep surface relatively dry.

4. Apply a leather conditioner or oil to the leather every 6-12 months. This will keep the leather soft and comfortable for years to come!


DO NOT USE CORROSIVE CLEANERS.

CLEAN SPILLS IMMEDIATELY WITH A DRY CLOTH.

AVOID SOAKING THE LEATHER IN WATER OR SOAP.

KEEP LEATHER FURNITURE OUT OF DIRECT SUNLIGHT AS COLOR MIGHT FADE OVERTIME.

CONCRETE


1. Regularly wipe with a soft, damp cloth.

2. Clean with mild soap and warm water, rinse with clean water and wipe with a clean, soft cloth

3. For heavier cleaning, use a cleaner that is PH neutral, do not use bleach or ammonia.


DO NOT USE CORROSIVE CLEANERS.

DO NOT CUT DIRECTLY ON CONCRETE TOP TO AVOID DAMAGING THE SURFACE.

CLEAN UP SPILLS AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.

MARBLE


1. Wipe frequently with a clean, soft cloth.

2. Wash periodically with a cloth dampened with warm water, and if necessary, a small amount of mild soap.

3. Use a second damp cloth to remove the soap, then wipe dry.


DO NOT USE CORROSIVE CLEANERS.

MARBLE IS SENSITIVE TO ACIDIC SUBSTANCES LIKE WINE, COFFEE, FRUIT JUICE AND TOMATO SAUCE.

DO NOT PLACE HOT ITEMS DIRECTLY ON THE TABLETOP.

USE COASTERS OR MATS TO PROTECT THE TABLETOP

GLASS


1. Use a microfiber cloth to remove any dust

2. Spray with glass cleaner or plain warm water and use a microfiber cloth to clean surface.

3. Wipe the table dry with a clean, dry cloth


AVOID PLACING SHARP ITEMS ON THE GLASS.

USE MATS AND COASTERS TO PROTECT FROM HEAT AND LIQUID RINGS.

INSTEAD OF A MICROFIBER CLOTH, YOU CAN USE SOME CRUMPLED-UP NEWSPAPER TO GENTLY SCRUB THE GLASS.