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  • • Avoid splashing water. If water does splash it is better to wipe dry immediately
  • • Do not cut or scratch directly on the working surface of furniture also do not use any knives or other sharp objects.
  • • Most spills or marks can be wiped away with a damp cloth.
  • • Rubbing gently with a clean, dry cloth will bring back the brightness of laminates.
  • • Avoid abrasives as they will damage the surface as well remove natural surface.
  • • Waxes and polishes will dull the natural shine of surface
  • • Mild dishwashing detergent with water will assist in removing greasy marks of surface.
  • • Laminated surfaces can be damaged by items placed directly onto the surface, so recommended to not place heavy object on surface without protection.
  • • To minimize scratching, always place and lift objects from the surface – never drag or slide them across the surface.
  • • Darker colours will show scratches more readily than lighter colours.
  • • Do not place furniture in direct sunlight. Continuous exposure may cause discolouration or fading over time and may also affect the effectiveness of the adhesive used.
  • • For all surfaces in laminated: Clean with slightly moistened cloth, wipe dry immediately.
  • • The unit must be put together by a specialist according to the assembly instructions. Hazards may arise in case of incorrect assembly.
  • • Remove the protective film before installing the handles or knobs.
  • • Care instructions for high gloss fronts: ONLY use an extremely clean moist cloth with a soap solution (washing up liquid) for cleaning. The cloths used – preferably seamless cotton cloths (do not use any microfiber cloths!) – must be cleaned and rinsed thoroughly beforehand. Any mineral soiling present, such as grains of sand or dust may result in scratches on the surface.