If you want furniture to look great for many years, you should take proper care of it. Remember to match the method of care to the materials used for the production of furniture.
Wood or veneer
Wood and veneer are materials sensitive to light, so in the first 2 months of use, do not put permanent decorations on the furniture so that there is no discolouration. To clean wooden surfaces, use first damp and then dry cloths.
Furniture covered in natural leather requires the use of professional, approved care products that make leather elastic and soft and protect it against the harmful effects of external factors (especially against high temperatures). Maintenance should take place 2-4 times a year, starting from the date of purchase of furniture. Stains should be removed as soon as possible with a dry cloth, and the more persistent ones - with special preparations. After each cleaning, use a care cream.
To clean furniture made of artificial leather, simply use a soft cloth soaked in soapy water. Remember to clean the artificial leather regularly.
The furniture covered with fabric should be protected from excessive sunlight so that it does not fade. It is advisable to vacuum the surfaces regularly. Use special fabric cleaners to remove stains and dirt. There are also preparations that enhance the resistance of fibres to the penetration of pollutants.
Woollen upholstery should not be wetted excessively because it shrinks easily. To clean it, use cold water and white, clean cloths soaked in a wool detergent. Do not rub. If the upholstery can be removed, it is probably machine washable. Wool cannot be cleaned with standard cleaning agents. Fibres such as wool have a natural tendency to pill/felt.
When cleaning linen upholstery, make gentle movements. Do not scrub. Use cool or warm water and mild cleaners.
In the case of marble surfaces, it is essential to keep them dry in order to prevent permanent stains. Marble can be protected with a layer of silicone wax. Use coasters and table mats under hot dishes.
In order for the metal elements to retain the desired gloss, just wipe them regularly with a slightly damp cloth, moistened with a delicate cleaning agent (alcohol free).
The plastic furniture elements should be cleaned regularly using a mild cleaning agent and a soft sponge. The preparation must not contain solvents or components that may scratch the surface.