How to care for your Metal indoor furniture.
- Dust regularly with a soft, dry cloth.
- Clean spills immediately. Blot spills with a clean cloth to remove as much of the spill as possible. If required, clean with damp cloth and diluted, mild detergent. Wipe with a clean, damp cloth to remove any residue and dry thoroughly with a microfibre cloth to remove excess moisture.
- Do not use steel wool, sandpaper or abrasive materials to clean your metal furniture.
- Do not use bleach, acidic, chlorine or other abrasive cleaning agents.
- Use coasters, placemats, trivets, tablecloths, and table runners to protect metal from heat, stains and objects with abrasive finishes that may scratch your furniture.
- Do not let water stand on the surface/remain wet over time as this may corrode the finish and/or the metal material.
Along with general care and maintenance guidelines, each material has unique characteristics and care requirements that should be considered. Please follow these additional guidelines to ensure the longevity of your furniture & homewares.
- Iron frames will rust if the finish is scratched or if your furniture is exposed to excessive humidity, particularly in saltwater locations.
Steel & Stainless Steel
- Steel frames will rust if the finish is scratched or if your furniture is exposed to excessive humidity, particularly in saltwater locations.
- Improper, irregular care or contact with abrasive chemical cleaners, including household spray and wipe solutions, can cause minor corrosion on stainless steel. This is called pitting. Ensure proper care guidelines are followed to prevent pitting and deterioration of your metal furniture.
- Do not use glass cleaner on stainless steel.
- Speak with your Designer to ensure the products selected are suitable for your specific environment as well as discuss the level of maintenance that will be needed.
- As some metal items are hand-crafted using artisanal techniques, each product will be unique.