CARE & MAINTENANCE
Laminate Surfaces, T-Mold and PVC Edges
Clean with a mild soap solution and rinse with clean water. Wipe the entire surface, moving with the pattern; follow this by wiping with a clean, dry soft cloth.
Wood Edges and Veneer Surfaces
Clean all surfaces frequently with a soft cloth dampened with water. Move the cloth in the direction of the grain.
Continue wiping until the wood surface is dry.
Use a soft cloth to immediately remove any liquids that come in contact with wood surfaces. Always blot to absorb spilled liquid, and lift objects to move. To prevent scratching never pull or “scoot” items across the finished surface.
To ensure a lasting finish and protect your furniture from surface damage caused by sharp objects and pens; place a protective pad or glass top on the surface. If using protective glass, place spacer pads under each corner to allow the wood surface to “breath”.
Avoid exposure of furniture to extreme heat or cold, wide humidity variances, and strong sunlight. Do not use or expose furniture to harsh solvents (cleaners with high concentrations of ammonia, etc.). Cleaners of this type will cause the finish to deteriorate.
Clean surface with a mild soap solution. Rinse with a soft cloth dampened with clean water.
Maintenance of Mechanical Parts
For “flip”, “folding” and “nesting” tables (the base mechanisms), periodically clean lint and or debris from the moving parts. Do not apply lubricant. Mechanisms have been designed and tested not to require lubricant under normal conditions.
Soft Molded Urethane Edges
Clean edge with self-cleaning wax. For light stains use household cleaner and rinse off with damp cloth. For tough stains apply a damp paste of baking soda. Let stand for a minute and wipe clean. To disinfect, wipe with a diluted bleach solution and rinse off with damp cloth.
Rainbow Resin Edge
Cleaning – dampen a soft cloth with a mild soap and water solution and gently cleanse.
To restore the luster to the edge, a light application of a high-grade furniture wax is recommended.
Precaution. Do not freeze. Do not use abrasive pads; avoid placing hot objects or cigarettes directly on the edge, as damage may occur.
Solid Surface will maintain its “like new” appearance for years, if the following guidelines are observed:
Heat – Caution – Tabletop may be damaged by placing hot pans from the oven or cook top directly on the table. Cleaning – Use soap and water; apply with sponge, and towel dry to eliminate water spots.
To Renew Surface – Go over entire surface with a non-abrasive cleaner and a white Scotch-Brite TM pad. Wash with soap and water, and towel dry, to eliminate water spots.
Cuts and Scratches – To remove cuts and scratches, sand with a block using a 220 or 240 grit sand paper until the cuts are gone.
Chemicals – Solid Surface is very resistant to most household cleaners, but should be protected from industrial cleaners, such as paint removers, paint brush cleaners, metal cleaners, oven cleaners, acetones, nail polish removers, and acid drain cleaners.