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GLASS

To clean glass, use a microfiber cloth and a liquid cleaner formulated for use on glass with no additives or harsh chemicals. Apply the glass cleaner to a microfiber cloth rather than directly to the glass itself to avoid overspray that may damage other finishes. Do not scrub the glass with force or abrasive materials as this may cause micro-scratches to the glass surface. For best results, we recommend that glass be professionally cleaned when required.

METAL

To clean metal, use a dry microfiber cloth and delicately rub the cloth in the direction of the metal patina. Do not use abrasive cloths or formulated metal cleaners with alcohols or solvents on metal as they may cause damage to the metal surface and patination. For best results, we recommend that metal be professionally cleaned or repaired when required.

STONE

To clean stone, use a microfiber cloth and a PH neutral liquid cleaner formulated for use on stone. Apply the stone cleaner to a microfiber cloth rather than directly to the stone itself to avoid staining the surface or overspray that may damage other finishes. Do not scrub the stone with force or abrasive materials as this will cause micro-abrasions to the stone surface. For best results, we recommend that stone be professionally cleaned or repaired when required.


It is recommended that protective pads be used at the underside of all stone objects to protect adjacent surfaces from damage. Adhesive from protective pads may stain the stone surface to which they are applied.

WAXED TEXTILE

To clean waxed textiles, use a dry microfiber cloth and brush in the direction of the waxed fibers. Do not use abrasive cloths or formulated textile cleaners with alcohol or solvents on waxed textile as they may cause damage to the material and discoloration. For best results, we recommend that waxed textile be professionally cleaned or repaired when required.

WOOD

To clean wood, use a soft microfiber cloth and dust in the direction of the wood grain. Do not use abrasive cloths or formulated wood cleaners with alcohol or solvents on wood as they may cause damage to the material surface and staining. Avoid extreme humidity changes as dry humidity levels may cause the wood to contract and crack. For best results, we recommend that wood be professionally cleaned or repaired when required.

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