Marble is a beautiful natural stone that only needs a little care to remain at its best for years. Because of its slightly porous nature, be careful to avoid acidic or abrasive cleaners – including anything with vinegar or lemon. Instead, use a damp sponge to wipe clean, or look into gentle cleaning pastes for stubborn stains.
You can easily extend hardwood’s naturally long life by caring for it properly. Use coasters and placemats to protect surfaces and blot up spills as soon as possible, using a damp cloth (make sure to dry thoroughly). It’s best not to place furniture next to direct heat sources or in direct sunlight. If you want to restore the hardwood’s lustre, retreat it with a suitable wax or oil.
To restore the sheen of stainless steel, simply clean with warm water and detergent, dry off and – if necessary – apply furniture polish. Avoid using harsh chemicals or scratching scourers.
Leather is easy to clean with a soft, dry cloth or, for a deeper clean, using a cloth with some warm soapy water. We also recommend the regular use of a gentle leather cleaner and conditioner. To stop your leather furniture turning lighter in colour, avoid placing it in direct sunlight for any extended length of time – or too close to the radiator.
PU or faux leather is easy to clean – some warm soapy water and a soft cloth will usually do the trick. If you need to remove a stubborn stain, act quickly and apply an all-purpose spray (good for most liquid spills). It’s also worth applying a PVC moisturiser after cleaning (once dry) to avoid any cracks in the material.
Powder Coated Steel
Powder coated surfaces are naturally very durable, which means a little bit of care goes a long way. To clean, use a soft non-abrasive cloth or brush with some mild soap diluted in warm water. Make sure you rinse the surface with fresh water after cleaning to remove any residues.