The care of furniture.
The period during which the furniture retains its beauty and serviceability depends significantly on the conditions of its operation.
It is necessary to avoid direct exposure to heat sources, direct contact with wet objects or damp premises, direct and prolonged exposure to sunlight, especially on wooden surfaces, in order to protect them from rapid fading, direct and prolonged contact with aggressive environments.
Do not allow direct exposure to sunlight on furniture products. Long-term direct exposure to light on some areas may cause a decrease in their characteristics compared to other areas that were less exposed to radiation. If components are replaced and/or added at different times, there may be a color difference between the elements that make up the furniture.
High value of heat or cold: as well as sudden changes in temperature, can seriously damage the furniture. Furniture products should not be located less than 1m away from heat sources. The recommended air temperature for storage and / or operation is from +10°C to +25°C. Do not allow hot objects (irons, dishes with boiling water, etc.) to get on furniture products or prolonged exposure to radiation that causes heating (light from powerful lamps, non-shielded microwave emitters, etc.).
The recommended relative humidity of the location of the furniture product is 60%-70%. It is recommended to ventilate the premises frequently and, if possible, use dehumidifiers or humidifiers to normalize humidity. Always keep the surface of the furniture completely dry. Surfaces of furniture parts should be wiped with a dry soft cloth (flannel, cloth, plush). Care of work surfaces (countertops, etc.), as a rule, should be carried out with a soft damp cloth, foam sponge or special brushes, possibly with the use of appropriate detergents. If you leave the contamination for a while, the risk of stains, stains and damage to furniture products and their parts increases significantly. At the end of any cleaning, all parts that have been wet cleaned must be dried (wiped dry). It is recommended to pay special attention to the internal and poorly ventilated parts, at the ends and at the connection points.
Care of surfaces with melamine coating and laminate
The panel surfaces are treated with melamine resins that are resistant to common chemical substances (solvents, alcohol-containing liquids, inks, coffee, wine, etc.). They show a high degree of resistance to scratches and scuffs, and practically do not react to sunlight. Almost any spray liquid can be used for table top care, with the exception of materials that have an abrasive principle of action. In the absence of special cleaning products, it is enough to wipe the surface with a damp cloth, and then wipe the table dry.
Care of metal parts
Metal parts are processed mainly with epoxy paints by spraying or high-performance electroplating. In any case, the strength of the coating is comparable to the strength of the metal itself. No special tools are required for cleaning metal parts. After removing the dust from the surface, it is enough to wipe it with a damp cloth. Do not use tools that have abrasive or corrosive properties, as well as sponges coated with a metal fiber or chip material when cleaning. After cleaning, polishing the surface with a soft dry cloth with reciprocating movements will give it a spectacular Shine.
Aggressive media and abrasive materials
In no case should furniture products be exposed to aggressive liquids (acids, alkalis, oils, solvents, etc.) containing such liquids or their vapors. It is also worth remembering that some specific washing (cleaning) compositions may contain a high concentration of aggressive chemicals and (or) abrasive compositions.