OIL TREATED WOOD
Oiled wood surfaces should be wiped with a soft dry cloth. Always wipe the wood following the direction of the grain. Never use water on untreated wood surfaces if it can be avoided. If necessary, always use a soft cloth tightly wrung out in clean water. If additional cleaning is required, use a mild soap flake solution or a cleaning agent for oiled wood surfaces. The wood will then need to be re-oiled later to prevent the wood from drying out.
After smoking, oil or lacquer is applied to the smoked oak. Read our care instructions for oiled wood surfaces.
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POWDER-COATED STEEL FRAMES
Clean the frame with a dry cloth, or a cloth tightly wrung in a mild soap solution. Then polish with a soft, dry cloth. Stubborn marks should be removed with rubbing alcohol. Never use solvents, as these may damage the lacquer.