Avoid dusting with a dry cloth as this can scratch the wood. Rather dust damp.
This can be done by lightly spritzing your cleaning cloth with water, a spray dusting agent or
wood polish. Remember to never spray your wood furniture directly with agents, as overspray
can leave a difficult-to- remove stain.
Clean with warm, soapy water. To maintain the gloss on non-textured finishes,
protect with a fine automotive wax. On textured finishes, periodically apply mineral or baby oil.
Severe stains may require light sanding and touch-up painting. In cold climates, be sure to drain
any water accumulated inside the frames before storing for the winter.
Glass is sensitive therefore anything you place on the surface can cause damage if
not placed carefully. Avoid placing items with rough or sharp bases on the glass, always place
things gently on your glass table. Use coasters and table mats to protect your glass surface at
Leather is a classic material. Stylish, tough and durable, a good piece of leather
should last you a lifetime. The better you maintain your leather the longer it will last and the
better it will look. Keep leather items out of sun. Keep leather away from abrasives that can
scuff or cut it.