Product Care

MAINTENANCE OF FURNITURE

IMPORTANT: Bolts, screws and fixings over a period of time can work loose; therefore it is imperative that all furniture is checked regularly and any fixings that fall into this category should be tightened.

If you have any concerns over the stability of any item of furniture, it should be immediately removed from use and your supplier informed.

MAINTENANCE OF OUTDOOR FURNITURE

IMPORTANT: Bolts, screws and fixings over a period of time can work loose; therefore it is imperative that all furniture is checked regularly and any fixings that fall into this category should be tightened.

Exposed timber should be treated with suitable wood oil on a regular basis to aid its life span.

If you have any concerns over the stability of any item of furniture, it should be immediately removed from use and Palace Furniture informed.

SURFACE CLEANING OF FURNITURE

IMPORTANT: When cleaning any item of furniture you should always test an inconspicuous area first to ensure the treatment will not cause permanently damage. Do not use chemicals, detergents or furniture polish.

Cleaning:
Wipe with a clean dry duster.

Spillages:
To remove most minor spillages wipe the area with a damp, but not soaked clean cloth using a non-alkaline soap and warm water solution. Immediately dry with a clean cloth and once dry, with a clean duster buff the area in the direction of the wood grain.


FABRIC CLEANING

IMPORTANT: Always refer to the fabric manufactures cleaning instructions before undertaking any cleaning work.

Cleaning:
Regularly brush using a soft headed brush to remove normal dust and gently vacuum or brush away loose dirt before it becomes embedded in the fabric. Do not use chemicals or detergents.

Stains:
When dealing with any stain it is important to always test an inconspicuous area of the fabric first to ensure the treatment will not permanently damage the fabric. In most minor cases by wiping the area with a damp, but not soaked clean cloth using a non-alkaline soap and warm water solution any slight stains can generally be removed if they are treated immediately. Wipe in a light circular motion until the dirty part is clean, repeat the motion with clean warm water and immediately dry with a clean cloth. Do not use chemicals or detergents. Some fabrics will require specialist upholstery cleaning and therefore if in any doubt, professional advice should be obtained.

LEATHER CLEANING

IMPORTANT: Always refer to the leather manufactures cleaning instructions before undertaking any cleaning work.

Cleaning:
Regularly wipe with a clean dry duster to remove normal dust and gently vacuum away loose dirt. Do not use chemicals, detergents or furniture polish.

Stains:
When dealing with any stain it is important to always test an inconspicuous area of the leather first to ensure the treatment will not cause permanently damage. In most minor cases by wiping the area with a damp, but not soaked clean cloth using a non-alkaline soap and warm water solution any slight stains can generally be removed if they are treated immediately. Wipe in a light circular motion until the dirty part is clean, repeat the motion with clean warm water and immediately dry with a clean cloth. Do not use chemicals, detergents or furniture polish. Some leathers will require specialist upholstery cleaning and therefore if in any doubt, professional advice should be obtained.