CARE


Like any other luxury item, furniture also needs special care in order to maintain its original and perfect being. The natural grains, colors, knots, streaks & pitch pockets are the inherent features of any timber and are not considered as quality defects. To prepare the furniture, the wood is dried in order to achieve a humidity level which can adjust to the relative humidity in most homes.

The furniture in your homes keeps on exchanging water content with its surrounding environment. The problems like dis-alignment of doors & slight unevenness of floor where the furniture is placed are fixed automatically by absorbing enough moisture to expand slightly. However, these natural changes do not affect the overall quality of the furniture.

When the furniture leaves our factory, it is in a well-sit position i.e. all its door and windows are fully aligned. But due to variation in flooring type and age may result into misalignment of furniture items. Also, the placement of heavy items, shifting from one room to another or the moisture level in the surrounding environment may cause uneven drawers and doors. So, the levels need to be re- adjusted in order to align the furniture in such cases.

CARE GUIDELINES:

  • Furniture should be regularly cleaned with a soft cloth or soft thistle brush to avoid dust accumulating maintaining its beauty. Care should be taken while cleaning so as to not scratch the furniture surface with hardened dust grains.
  • Whenever using a new furniture polish please always do a sample test to see the chemicals in the polish do not damage the polish of the furniture piece.
  • For leather upholstery care should be taken to clean it with specialized leather cleaners. Leather upholstery needs to be kept moisturized and clean to ensure its longevity.
  • Furniture should not be stored for long periods in hot or humid rooms.
  • Avoid placing the furniture items too close to a direct heat source such as a fireplace or a heater.
  • Avoid placing the furniture in direct sunlight and exposure to heat and water. This is especially important for both the wooden structure and the upholstery.
  • DO NOT rock back on chairs.
  • DO NOT place anything hot on the furniture directly. Use non-plastic mats on the table tops under the utensils, lamps and accessories.
  • Protect the wood surface against the items that could stain or damage it. For example crayons, markers, Ball point pens & glue.
  • Avoid excessive scratching by lifting up the objects rather dragging them against the wood surface. This may result in damage to the weight bearing supports of the furniture piece.