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Care & Maintance


Care & Maintenance 2019-09-18

Product care for Lammhults products Our furniture is built to last. Care for your furniture in line with these instructions, preferably using ecolabelled cleaning products.

Cleaning and maintenance of melamine and high pressure laminate. (Lightly soiled - Daily cleaning) - Wet a cloth in water containing mild all-purpose cleaner, soap or washing-up liquid. - Wring out the cloth and wipe the surface. - Dry with a clean dry cloth. (Heavily soiled - Thorough cleaning) - Wipe of any loose dirt. - Wet a cloth in water containing mild all-purpose cleaner. Wring out the cloth. - Dab the damp cloth in the detergent and wipe to dissolve all the dirt. On satin, interior and other longitudinal structured surfaces, wipe along the the grain. - Wet a clean cloth in clean water, ideally with some window cleaner and wipe again. - Wipe dry with a clean cloth. For heavily soiled structured surfaces, clean with a soft brush. NB: Do not use scouring agents or other detergents which contain abrasives. (Removing pen marks) - Use an ecolabelled stain and graffiti remover to remove felt tip and marker pen. - Use a pencil eraser to remove pencil marks.

Cleaning and maintenance of furniture treated with water-based lacquer or stain. Your furniture has been surface treated with water-based lacquer or stain. To maintain the original finish, the surface must be cleaned regularly. - Use a slightly damp cloth and a few drops of very mild cleaning detergent. Do not leave liquid on the surface. - Wipe with water and dry with a soft cloth. NB: Do not use scouring agents or other detergents which contain abrasives. Also avoid detergents that contain ammonia.

Cleaning and maintenance of furniture such as table tops treated with acid-resistant lacquer. Your furniture has been surface treated with water-based lacquer or stain. To maintain the original finish, the surface must be cleaned regularly. - Use a damp cloth and a mild cleaning detergent. Do not leave liquid on the surface. - Wipe with water and dry with a soft cloth. NB: Do not use scouring agents or other detergents which contain abrasives. Also avoid detergents that contain ammonia.

Cleaning and maintenance of plastic - backs, seats and seat shells. (Lightly soiled - Daily cleaning) - Wet a cloth in water containing mild all-purpose cleaner, soap or washing-up liquid. - Wring out the cloth and wipe the surface.

Cleaning and maintenance of furniture treated with water-based lacquer or stain.

- Dry with a clean dry cloth.

Your furniture has been surface treated with water-based lacquer or stain. To maintain the original finish, the surface must be cleaned regularly.

- Wipe off any loose dirt.

- Use a slightly damp cloth and a few drops of very mild cleaning detergent. Do not leave liquid on the surface.

(Heavily soiled - Thorough cleaning) - Wet a cloth in water containing mild all-purpose cleaner, wring. - Dab the damp cloth in mild detergent and wipe to dissolve the dirt. - Wet a clean cloth in clean water, ideally with some window cleaner and wipe again.

- Wipe with water and dry with a soft cloth

- Wipe dry with a clean cloth.

- Dry with a clean dry cloth.

Removing pen marks.

NB: Do not use scouring agents or other detergents which contain abrasives. Also avoid detergents that contain ammonia.

- Use an ecolabelled stain and graffiti remover to remove felt tip and marker pen. - Use a pencil eraser tom remove pencil marks.


Care & Maintenance 2019-09-18

Cleaning and maintenance of chromium plated, polished or powder-coated surfaces. (Regular care) - Dampen a clean cloth with window cleaner. - Wipe the surface. - Dry with a clean dry cloth.

Cleaning and maintenance of Linoleum. (During and after assembly) - Immediately remove any marks and fingerprints resulting from the assembling process. - Use a damp cloth and a PH-neutral cleaning detergent. - Wipe the surface dry after cleaning. (Regular care) - Moisten with a damp cloth. For light soiling use a soap-based cleaner diluted with water, washing-up liquid, lino soap or a PH-neutral cleaner. Immediately remove spillages and marks. Ideally use a coaster for glasses, cups etc. Where spillage can occur. For though stains like ink and pencil, use a clean cloth and a neutral cleaning detergent and gently rub the mark. NB: Do not use alkaline (basic) cleaning detergents.

Cleaning and maintenance of Marble. (Regular care) - Dust with a duster. - Wipe with a damp cloth using e.g. natural soap, stone soap or mild soap if required for cleaning. - Dry with a clean, dry cloth. NB: Never use acids or acidic cleaners as these can cause corrosion damage. Ideally use coasters with all glasses as acidic liquids such as wine, vinegar, fruit juice and carbon dioxide can damage marble.

Cleaning and maintenance of Accoya. Untreated accoya turns grey with age. The process may be uneven, and to begin with the untreated surface may have spots and stains. As the furniture ages, the wood achieves a more even grey nuance. (Regular care of Accoya natural - The Accoya is untreated) - Brush the furniture off every now and again. - Wash the table with a brush and water if required, using a mild cleaning detergent of PH<9. - Stains should be wiped off immediately. Stains may also be removed by rubbing carefully with sandpaper. This may however discolor the surface, but this will gradually even out. NB: Due to it´s treatment, Accoya wood is acidic (PH<7) and some

metals may corrode in contact with it. Therefore never place clean metal surfaces directly on the table top. Also never treat Accoya with iron vitriol.

Regular care of oiled Accoya - The Accoya is surface treated with rubio monocoat hybrid wood protector oil. (Daily cleaning) - Spray rubio monocoat soap onto the top and wipe off. (Thorough cleaning, when required should be done as described below.) - Clean the table carefully with rubio monocoat exterior wood cleaner and a cloth. - Apply rubio monocoat hybrid wood protector with a scotch brite pad, leave to work for 5 min and rub again. - Wipe off excess oil with a cloth and leave to dry for at least 24 hours. We recomend using the products mentioned above. For further information about each product, please see the safety data sheets available on our website.

Cleaning and maintenance of textile/leather. Textiles and leather are chosen by the costumer and vary in material, quality and so on. Therefore, please check care instructions with manufacturer of the textile/leather in question.


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