Essential cleaning and care tips

Expert advice for maintaining and protecting your solid wood furniture

Solid wood furniture needn't be a hassle to maintain and upkeep. With the right products and devoted care, you can protect your item right from the start. Regular care of your made-to-measure furniture piece will ensure it remains durable for a lifetime of service. We will provide you with tricks from the trade that will ensure your furniture piece shines as brightly as the day you purchased it! 


 

Painted surfaces and air humidity

Wardrobes with painted surfaces do not require retreatment. The surfaces are maintained and protected with varnish and do not need refreshing as with our oil options. Please make sure that you regularly ventilate the room in which your furniture piece is located. Extreme contrasts in humidity can cause natural woods and individual elements to warp. 

 

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Painted surfaces and air humidity

Wardrobes with painted surfaces do not require retreatment. The surfaces are maintained and protected with varnish and do not need refreshing as with our oil options. Please make sure that you regularly ventilate the room in which your furniture piece is located. Extreme contrasts in humidity can cause natural woods and individual elements to warp. 

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Cleaning your made-to-measure solid wood furniture

You should not use any cleaning agents for cleaning as these can attack the natural product. Use a dry dust cloth for cleaning. However, it is very important that you do not leave any permanent moisture on the surfaces and never wipe off large areas.

You should make sure that no pointed or sharp objects get to the wood.

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Cleaning your bespoke solid wood furniture

You should avoid cleaning agents and substances when cleaning your furniture piece as these can damage the natural materials. We recommend using a dry dust cloth for cleaning. However, it is very important that you do not leave any permanent moisture on the surfaces and never wipe off large areas. You should also make sure that no pointed or sharp objects come in contact with the wood.

 

Tips for oiled surfaces

An oiled surface should be treated regularly to maintain surface sheen and protection. You can use any oil from a specialist retailer for this purpose. However, cheaper options such as baby oils are also suitable.

If water stains etc. cannot be removed, the damaged area can be removed with the help of fine sandpaper. Lightly sand the surface and oil the area afterwards. 

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Tips for oiled surfaces

An oiled surface should be treated regularly to maintain surface sheen and protection. You can use any oil from a specialist retailer for this purpose. However, cheaper options such as baby oils are also suitable.

If water stains etc. cannot be removed, the damaged area can be removed with the help of fine sandpaper. Lightly sand the surface and oil the area afterwards.  


Do you have any further questions? Please feel free to contact us.

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