The best conditions for storing furniture (both box and upholstered) are achieved at 55 - 60% air humidity and 16-25 * C room temperature.
It is also important to place them in the room so that they are evenly exposed to sunlight.
You should also pay attention to keeping a safe distance between the furniture and the heat source (radiator, heating lamp, etc.).
To ensure the durability of the exposed surfaces and joints of the furniture, we recommend keeping a minimum distance of 0.5m.
Acurate leveling of your furniture may positively affect the operation of systems such as hinges and drawers.
The hinges may become distorted during transport! Use the included screwdriver to align the door.
Avoid placing hot dishes on the surface of the furniture, as they may leave indelible marks!
The best and safest way to clean it is primarily a soft and slightly damp cloth.
GROUP ONE - wood and veneers lacquered furniture
Most of our box furniture is varnished with polyurethane lacquer.
Varnish closes the structure of the wood and protects the surfaces.
The best and safest way to clean it is primarily a clean, soft and slightly damp cloth.
It is the best method of daily care and keeping the surface of the furniture clean.
If the furniture is in contact with more liquid, the natural veneer may be deformed, so it is recommended to wipe the damp surface dry immediately.
In the case of larger dirt, it is recommended to add the minimum amount of dishwashing liquid to a damp microfiber cloth. We put a small amount on the stuff (not directly on the piece of furniture), and then dry by wiping with a soft, dry cloth.
It is important that both during everyday cleaning (removing dust) and when removing dirt, use a delicate and soft stuff (microfiber is recommended), avoiding the use of sponges (dish sponge), the rough part of which may expose the surface of the furniture to matting and scratching.
It is not recommended to use polishing agents or cleaning agents based on alcohol, gasoline, ammonia or acetone, which may discolor the surface of the furniture.
You should definitely avoid placing hot dishes on the surface of the furniture, as they may cause indelible marks or, in the worst case, cracking the veneer.
Avoid placing items on the furniture, especially moving objects with sharp edges and rough surfaces over it.
Veneered furniture should be protected against direct sunlight, which may cause discoloration on the veneer surface.