In order to keep your furniture looking new, regular dusting and cleaning is recommended. Search no more, we have compiled the top 5 techniques to care and clean your precious white furniture.
- Dusting: Dust and shine your furniture regularly using a soft cloth or lamb’s wool duster to remove any surface dirt or dust.
- A Deeper Clean: For a deeper clean, mix lukewarm water with the gentlest cleaner you can find, we recommend a weak solution of water and dish washing soap. Do not use bleach, alcohol based products or any corrosive cleanser; these will damage the paint finish. Make sure to dry the surface thoroughly after cleaning.
- Scuffs and difficult marks: If you notice you have scuffs or difficult marks on your furniture, first try using a school eraser (white recommended) to remove any scuffs. Gently rub the eraser back and forth over the mark, and wipe away any eraser debris. If this does not work, mix a solution of baking soda and water into a thin paste. Apply this to the mark and rub gently with a soft cloth until the stain disappears. Wipe the paste off and dry thoroughly using a clean damp cloth.
- Sticky stains: if you have any sticky residue or stains that are not coming off easily (such as candle wax), fill a plastic bag with ice cubes, wrapped in a dish cloth or towel, and place it on the stain until it hardens. Carefully loosen the wax off the surface using a rubber spatula or credit card. Please pay extra attention to not make any scratches to your surface.
- Prevention: To protect the paint finish against damage from hot or cold beverages and/or hot serving dishes, we recommend using cork or felt bottomed coasters and trivets. To protect the furniture from spills and scrapes, please use place mats, tablecloths, or padded table covers.