Quick Assembly & Furniture Care Guide
INDOOR FURNITURE CARE
WARNING: THIS GUIDE WAS WRITTEN TO HELP YOU CARE FOR YOUR PRODUCT BUT WE CAN NOT GUARANTEE A SUCCESSFUL RESULT. RESULTS MAY VARY DEPENDING ON THE DAMAGE OR STAIN. PLEASE REFER TO YOUR ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTION’S PRODUCT CARE/MAINTENANCE INFORMATION.
FURNITURE CARE PRECAUTIONS:
Clean up spills immediately. Use a blotting rather than a wiping action. Water left over a long period of time will cause white spots in the finish. o Avoid using harsh chemicals.
Do not put anything hot directly on furniture. Protect your furniture with mats, pads or coasters.
Protect the surface when using items that can stain or damage your furniture. If necessary, use felt pads under your lamps or other accent decorative pieces.
To avoid scratching your floor if needed use felt pads under your furniture
Make sure your indoor furniture is not placed in direct sunlight or is not exposed to extreme temperature variations.
Solid/Engineered Wood Furniture Care:
Dust your furniture often to remove abrasive particles using soft clean & lint-free cloth. Avoid using harsh chemicals, and to avoid water damage do not use sponge or dish cloth.
If you accidentally spilled liquid immediately blot all spills (use a blotting rather than a wiping action) with soft clean & lint-free cloth (do not use any fabric/material that can stain your furniture).
Glass Furniture Care:
Dust your furniture often to remove abrasive particles using damp soft clean & lint-free cloth. Avoid using harsh chemicals, and to avoid water damage do not use sponge or dish cloth.
Using appropriate vacuum tool regularly vacuum your furniture to remove dust, and avoid using harsh chemicals when cleaning.
If you accidentally spilled liquid immediately blot all spills with white clean & lint-free cloth (do not use any fabric that can stain your cover). Do not rub; rubbing the spilled liquid may cause more damage to your furniture.
OUTDOOR FURNITURE CARE
SAFETY FIRST: Always follow the manufacturer's instructions when caring for your outdoor furniture. Keep manufacturer's instructions in a safe place for easy access. Gloves and eye protection may be necessary when cleaning and maintaining your furniture. Make sure to be in a properly ventilated area when cleaning/maintaining your furniture.
Proper maintenance can help your outdoor furniture maintain its’ good appearance and the value of your investment to last longer. Outdoor furniture comes in many materials, and each material requires differerent maintenance methods.
Below are some helpful tips on how to clean and maintain your furniture (before proceeding make sure to check with your manufacturer's instructions/assembly instructions).
Aluminum, Steel, Wrought Iron, Wicker, & Wood (coated with exterior-grade coating)
Clean your furniture regularly using mild soap immediately rinse it water and dry it thoroughly using white soft towel (towel that will not stain your furniture).Do not use strong solvents, bleach, or abrasive materials as they may damage the finish.
Stone Table Tops
Clean your stone top with mild soap and water, only use sponge or white soft towel (towel that will not stain your furniture) to wipe & dry your top. Do not use strong solvents, bleach, or abrasive materials as they may damage your furniture. Keeping the protective sealer maintained annualy is very important.
In areas where heavy snowfall occurs, do not allow snow to build-up on the table top, as breakage may occur due to weight limitations being exceeded.
Glass Table Tops
Clean your glass top with mild soap and water, or glass cleaners. To avoid streaks dry it immediately. Do not use strong solvents, bleach, or abrasive materials as they may damage your top.
In areas where heavy snowfall occurs, do not allow snow to build-up on the table top, as breakage may occur due toweight limitations being exceeded.
Use mild soap and water to clean your umbrella. Use spray lubricant on the joints of a wire frame umbrella. Make sure that the umbrella is dry before storing it. Do not use strong solvents, bleach, or abrasive materials as they may damage your umbrella.
Remove your cushions from the frame before cleaning. Spot-clean using a sponge, mild soap and water. Immediately rinse it with clean water. To prevent mildew, allow to dry completely before using or storing.
Cushions should be taken in and stored in a dry area during rain or snow. Should cushions get wet, hang them over the chair frame to drip dry completely before using and storing.
Immediately remove any spots, stains or dirt to avoid permanent discolorations. To spot clean your furniture use mild soap, gently remove the stain by using soft-bristled scrub or sponge (do not use any abrasive material that will damage your furniture) immediately rinse it water using a spray bottle,and dry it thoroughly using white soft towel (towel that will not stain your furniture). Do not use strong solvents, bleach, or abrasive materials as they may damage your furniture.
To maintain and protect the furniture, keep it clean, always cover it with an outdoor furniture cover or store in a safe area when not in use for long periods of time.