Do not use any cleaning agent which contains an abrasive. Do not use any cleaning agent containing ammonia, bleach, spirit or anyother aggressive constituent.
Laminate Table Tops
Wipe with a damp cloth soaked with soapy water. For stubborn marks a careful application of a non-abrasive cleaning cream can be used, but test a concealed area first.
Marble Table Tops
Wipe tops with a clean slightly damp cloth. A proprietary wax polish may be sparingly applied to assist in overcoming this natural material’s tendency to stain.
Solid and Vaneered Table Tops and Tables
Use a warm, damp and slightly soapy cloth to wipe over. Do not use any spray cleaners as they can damage the protection of the lacquer finish or use wax as a build up can occur and spoil the appearance of the finish.
Regular, careful vacuum cleaning is advised. Stains can generally be removed by sponging with clear, lukewarm water. Always attend to stains as rapidly as practically possible. If in doubt, consult a professional cleaning contractor.
Do not use chemicals, detergents or furniture polish. Leather can be cleaned with a damp cloth or a tepid solution of soap flakes (i.e. pure soap). Apply to the surface of the leather in a light circular motion until the dirty parts are clean & then repeat with clean water.
Remember leather can have natural imperfections which does not affect the durability of the product The use of saddle soap, wax polishes or spray polishes should be avoided.