Wood is long lasting, especially when its qualities are properly exploited. Solid wood can not stand directly sunlight or directly heating, this can dry the wood and cause splits.
Protect the table top from hot pots or things made of metal, which conducts the heat.
Use dish mats under bottles and glasses where condensation might occur and under hot objects.
Use cut resistant underlay when using sharp tools.
To avoid stains and other damage, liquids should be wiped away immediately.
Caring for your leather furniture prolongs its life.
Avoid placing your chair very close to heaters or fireplaces or in a spot that gets direct sun. Leather can dry, fade, stiffen and crack when placed close to heat sources.
For spills, immediately use a dry cloth to absorb and let it air-dry. Never soak the stain heavily with water. Never use harsh soap, cleaning solvents, detergents or ammonia to clean stains.
For grease stains, absorb excess grease with a clean dry cloth. The spot should gradually disappear into the leather after a short period of time. In case the stain remains, ask a professional leather specialist to clean the leather to avoid any potential damage to the leather itself.
By normal use laminate is cleaned with a universal degreaser in warm water.
To remove stains use a concentrated cleanser and wipe off with a dry cloth afterwards. By use of more aggressive cleanser please try the cleanser on a less visible area first, to ensure that the laminate will not be discoloured.
After cleaning the table, then use a cloth wrung up in warm water to remove any film on the laminate.
Paper cord is a natural, cool, comfortable and durable material. It lasts for many years, but can be replaced or repaired by a skilled craftsman if necessary.
Never use harsh soaps or cleaning liquids on the paper cord seat as they can damage the material. The best option is to act quickly: immediately after spilling, use a damp cloth to wipe off the stain.
Be careful not to rub the liquid into the paper cord, but just carefully blot the affected area. Never use washing-up liquid on wicker.
Everyday cleaning of glass requires no more than wiping the surface with clean water. It is recommended that you use a sponge or a soft, fluff-free cloth.
Ordinary glass cleaner can be used to remove any grease marks (fingerprints, etc.). Do not use scouring agents, corrosive, acidic or alkaline cleaning agents, as these can attack the surface of the glass and cause scratches.
Stain removal: For quick removal of contaminants on polished high-shine, matte chrome and aluminum surfaces, apply a glass cleaner with a clean, soft cloth and subsequently wipe the surface dry with a soft cloth.
Always clean metal surfaces gently and without scrubbing so that the surface is not scratched. Never use cleaners containing granular substances, acetic acid or citric acid.
To care for fabrics, simply hoover dust and lint regularly. Stain removal: Fresh stains can usually be removed quickly by wiping immediately with an absorbent, lint-free sponge or cloth. Start from the outer edge of the stain and work towards the centre to avoid creating a halo effect.
We recommend using normal household distilled water to prevent limescale residue from building up on dark fabrics after drying. Treatment of persevering stains: Brush dry stains lightly with a soft brush (such as a clothes brush). Depending on the type of stain, the use of solvents may be necessary. In such cases, it is essential to consult a professional.
Under no circumstances should cover fabric surfaces be rubbed vigorously. Please be sure to consult a specialist before using any solvent-based cleaning product.
The commercial warranty applicable to Brdr. Krüger products covers material and manufacturing process defects. Products are under warranty for a period of 5 years as of the date of invoice sent to the original purchaser. The warranty is granted solely to the original purchaser of the product and is not transferable, either directly or indirectly, to any third party.
In accordance with this warranty, Brdr. Krüger undertakes to repair or replace with a similar product, according to its own criteria and free of charge, any product with any of the defects indicated above, provided that these arise under normal conditions of use. Read more