LACQUERED & PAINTED WOOD
Clean with a soft cloth tightly wrung out in clean water. Wipe the wood following the direction of the grain. For dirty surfaces, use a mild solution of soap flakes or a universal cleaning agent. Then polish with a soft, dry cloth. Never leave wet patches on lacquered wood surfaces as it can cause the lacquer to peel.
Leather should be dried with a soft dry cloth, or a soft cloth tightly wrung in cold clean water. For vegetable-tanned leather, use demineralised water, or boiled water which has been allowed to cool. If you use a damp cloth, always wipe the entire surface to avoid marks. Then polish with a soft, dry cloth. In so far as possible, try to avoid placing leather furniture in direct sunlight.
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.|
Textiles should be regularly vacuum-cleaned to avoid wear from dust and dirt. Wet marks should be carefully removed with a soft cloth. In the case of stubborn marks, refer to the cleaning instructions from the textile supplier.