Wood, Polypropylene, Polyethylene or Polyurethane Surfaces

Clean with a damp, soft cloth or sponge using lukewarm water. Neutral diluted detergent may also be used with lukewarm water. Strong detergents which contain bleach, acid or have an abrasive effect (such as scouring creams) should be avoided.

 

LAMINATE SURFACES

Clean with a damp, soft cloth or sponge using lukewarm water. Neutral diluted detergent may also be used with lukewarm water. Strong detergents which contain bleach, acid or have an abrasive effect (such as scouring creams) should be avoided. Sponges and scourers made from synthetic or metal materials which may leave permanent scratches on the surfaces should also be avoided. For best care and maintenance results please follow manufacturers instructions.

 

SOLID SURFACES

Solid surfaces can be cleaned by wiping the surface with a damp cloth, then dry with soft clean cloth or paper towel to prevent spotting.

 

MARBLE AND GRANITE

Washing with clean water and a neutral (PH7) detergent soap or cleaner. Following the manufacturer’s directions, wash in small, overlapping sweeps. Rinse thoroughly with clean, potable water to remove all traces of soap or cleaner solution. Dry with a soft cloth and allow to thoroughly air-dry.

 

GLASS

Use a household glass cleaner, then wipe with a soft cloth or paper towel to avoid streaks.

 

CHROME, ANODISED, POLISHED OR POWDERCOATED METAL SURFACES

Clean with a damp, soft cloth or sponge using lukewarm water. Neutral diluted detergent may also be used with lukewarm water. Strong detergents which contain bleach, acid or have an abrasive effect (such as scouring creams) should be avoided.Sponges and scourers made from synthetic or metal materials which may leave permanent scratches on the surfaces should also be avoided. Ensure product is dried with clean free cloth after washing.

 

FABRIC

For best care and maintenance results please follow manufacturers instructions.

 

STAINLESS STEEL

Stainless steel needs constant care and preventative maintenance. The surface needs to be wiped dry of moisture daily. This is to prevent the moisture being trapped under a cover of dust or sea spray which results in tea staining. Stainless steel should be cleaned with non abrasive or a stainless steel cleaner. Wipe over surface in direction of finish lines. Polishes for chromed or lacquered finishes should be used with caution and only by experts since the abrasive action may irreparably damage the surfaces.

 

LEATHER

Must not be cleaned with water as this may leave marks. It is recommended you use quality leather cleaning products, carefully following the instructions of the manufacturer. In case of doubt test the product on a small area which is normally hidden from view in order to check the result, waiting at least 24 hours to allow any possible problems to develop.

 

VINYL

May be cleaned with a damp, soft cloth using lukewarm water. For best care and maintenance results please follow manufacturers instructions.

 

SUEDE

If the suede has been treated (using Scotchgard Protector) in order to make it resistant to water-based and oily stains; such stains will not penetrate the material and therefore can be wiped away with an absorbent cloth. The protection is lasting. Any surface dirt can be easily removed by brushing or by using a vacuum cleaner. Any other stains should be dealt with immediately using dry cleaning products for suede, which can be found in specialist shops.