Cleaning Method & Product
Use a soft cloth and mild soapy water. Rinse and wipe dry. Do not use a scouring pad or an abrasive cleanser. This could damage and scratch the paint finish.
Laminate (TFL and Starstone)
Use a soft cloth and warm, mild soapy water, or all purpose cleaner. Rinse and wipe dry. For stubborn stains, use baking soda.
Clear and Painted Glass
Use paper towel and glass cleaner.
Porcelain on Glass
Use a soft cloth and warm, mild soapy water, a all purpose cleaner or a glass cleaner.
Wood and Veneer
Remove dust with a dry cloth. To clean, use a soft clothand water. Wipe dry. Refer to the Wood Caring Guide for more details.
Professional cleaning service is recommended. Vacuum or brush regularly to remove dust and grime. Some fabrics may require brushing with a non metallic, stiff bristle brush to restore appearance. After a spill, blot immediately the spilled liquid. Clean spot or stain from the outside to the middle of the area affected to prevent circling. To remove soil, clean the fabric with the foam from a mild water based detergent. Test on a small inconspicuous area before proceeding. Do not use household solvents, hot water extraction or steam cleaning. Blue-jean dye can transfer from jeans onto white or light-colored upholstery fabrics with contact, even after several washings of the jeans.
Polyurethane and PVC Coverings
Use a soft cloth and mild soapy water, or all purpose cleaner. Do not use solvant. Some foods may stain white and light-colored PVC or polyurethane upholstery coverings. Clean any food spills immediately to prevent permanent stains. Blue-jean dye can transfer from jeans onto white and light-colored PVC or polyurethane with contact, even after several washings of the jeans. Clean blue jean dye marks with isopropyl rubbing alcohol.
Use a soft cloth and mild soapy water. Wipe in the grain direction to prevent marking or scratching of the surface. Rinse and wipe with a dry cloth, to avoid water marks. To get rid of stains, use a stainless steel cleaner, and follow the product instructions. Wipe in the grain direction. Do not use a scouring pad or powder cleanser, as these products may damage the finish.
The Danish cord used for our seats and backrests is hand-woven. Variations in the material and its weaving are expected and give it its unique look. The Danish cord has a layer of wax that makes it liquid repellent, but some heavily pigmented foods and beverages may stain it. To clean Danish cord, dab with a damp cloth and neutral soap solution. Do not rub the material.
Refer to the Danish Cord Care Instructions Guide for more details.
As seagrass ages, it will take on a more muted shade for that lived-in look we love. To preserve its beauty, avoid exposure to the sun.
For dusting, simply wipe the seagrass with a soft, dry cloth, in the direction of the strands. Do not wipe diagonally or perpendicular to the cords as this can force debris between the cords.
Vacuum periodically using a soft brush attachment. This can help dislodge and remove some of the debris left behind in-between the seagrass weaves.
Blot spills immediately with a damp cloth. Do not rub the soiled area. Gently dab and blot instead.
Tiny, grass-like strands might stick out from the cords. Resist the urge to yank on them, as it could harm the cords. Instead, delicately snip away the loose fibers with a pair of scissors.