- Maintain a safe distance between your furniture and heating sources.
- Avoid placing your furniture under direct sunlight to prevent color fading.
- Always lift the furniture for shifting. Do not drag or push it.
- To shift any furnishing accessories, always lift it. To drag it directly on the furniture may damage the surfaces
- Coasters and placemats should always be used on table tops to protect the surfaces against heat marks, stains, scratches and spillages.
- When necessary, brush or vacuum away dust & grit, and wipe over with a soft cloth.
- Wipe up any spillages immediately with an absorbent cloth or sponge to avoid permanent stains or spots.
- Recommend to clean every 6 months with leather cleaner followed by an application of leather protector, based on the manual guide.
- Accumulation of perspiration and body oils on arm pads, headrests, etc. may damage the leather. These areas require more frequent cleaning.
- Do not expose leather to direct sunlight or intensive heat. Prolonged exposure to heat vents or radiators will cause your leather to dry out, crack or harden.
- Always avoid hard rubbing.
- Never use harsh chemicals, paint, detergents, abrasives etc. on leather products.
- Leather puddling is common, especially for plush sofas. Recommend fluffing the cushions properly to retain its shape.
Solid Wood Care
- All solid wood surfaces are protected with a layer of wax or oil. However, the oiled layer will wear off overtime. Hence recommend to oil every 12 – 18 months with suitable wood top oil, based on the manual guide.
- Avoid the use of soap, solvent or chemical cleaning agent which may damage the oiled surface and the wood. The oiled surface can be cleaned with a slightly damp soft cloth. Any stain should be cleaned up immediately to avoid permanent stains or spots.
- Avoid prolong contact with water/moisture, else will swell and crack.
- All panels are made from E1 or CARB P2 or its equivalent grade of Medium Density Fibreboard (MDF), unless otherwise stated.
- All panels are protected with veneer, melamine, high pressure laminate, foil or lacquered paint finishing, unless otherwise stated.
- When necessary, dust using a duster or wipe over with a soft cloth.
- Avoid the use of soap, solvent or chemical cleaning agent which may damage the top finishing. Wipe up any spillages immediately with an absorbent cloth, followed by a thorough wipe-over with a damp cloth to avoid permanent stains or spots.
- Most sticky marks can be removed with a diluted solution of warm soapy water. Do dry off immediately.
- Should hot objects e.g., stove be used, do use a coaster to prevent direct heat transfer. Do not use printed materials e.g., newspaper as heat may cause the transfer of prints onto the panel products.
- Do not come into contact with excess water/moisture. When the top finishing is scratched and the internal MDF content is exposed to water, it will swell and bulge.
- Marble is highly porous; hence our marble tops are protected with a layer of lacquer or polymer material.
- Avoid the use of soap, solvent or chemical cleaning agent which may damage the top coat. Wipe up any spillages immediately with an absorbent cloth, followed by a thorough wipe-over with a damp cloth to avoid permanent stains or spots.
- To clean glass panels or mirrors, use a damp cloth with a mild detergent if required and wipe with a dry cloth right after.
- Do not use any substance containing abrasives as this will scratch the glass and may also damage the surrounding surfaces.
Metal / Electroplated Care
- All Stainless Steel used are #201 grade unless otherwise stated. It is not pure and may still rust when exposed to excessive water/moisture, hence clean with dry cloth.
- All other metal parts are coated and protected with powder coat, or paint finishing.
- Use dry cloth free from dirt and grit for cleaning. Dirt and grit may scratch the metal top coat and cause the metal to rust easily too.
- Vacuum seat pads regularly, and remove any stains with a household aerosol stain remover.
- All detachable fabric covers should be dry-cleaned only, no machine wash.
- All non-detachable fabric covers can be maintained using household aerosol fabric protectors.