Our furniture is resistant to minor everyday hazards; however, some precautions are necessary to maintain the beauty of your furniture
Please clean regularly. Even a small film of dust can actually create small scratches.
In your finish, eventually exposing the wood, making it vulnerable to further damage.
Dust with a soft, clean cloth slightly moistened with water to help trap the dust.
Instead of sending it airborne just to land right back on your furniture.
And dry completely with another clean cloth, always rubbing with the grain.
Use pads beath accessories and when writing or eating.
Remove spills and smudges immediately.
Do not use harsh detergents or brass polish.
Avoid contact with cigarettes, hot dishes, harsh solvents such as nail polish,alcohol and moisture.
Do not leave applicable plastic materials on a wood surface; they can damage the finish.
Do not place furniture near heat outlets, windows, or in direct sunlight.
If you have a piece made from high quality plies of wood like a nicely veneered piece of furniture.
You will not need to worry about this as much. If you have furniture made from a solid piece of wood, you should be especially careful about placement.
Remember that good things last longer when you take care of them, and if you follow these few guidelines your furniture will last for many years.