Furniture care guide
Oiled or waxed surfaces should not be cleaned with a steam cleaner or steam mop as this degrades the performance of the finish. Regular cleaning For day to day cleaning, surfaces treated with Wax oil can be dry wiped, swept or vacuumed. To clean surface scuffs, marks and stains, use Fiddes & Son Floor Surface Cleaner and a damp (not wet) microfibre cloth or mop.
Important: Oiled or waxed surfaces should not be cleaned with a steam cleaner or cleaning products contacting bleach or similar.
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For day to day cleaning, surfaces treated with Fiddes Hard Wax Oil Tints can be dry wiped, swept or vacuumed.
To clean surface scuffs, marks and stains, use Fiddes Floor Surface Cleaner and a damp (not wet) microfibre cloth or mop. (Floor surface cleaner is designed to be food safe for use with work top, tables etc)
Scuffs, stains, marks and minor scratches can be quickly and easily repaired.
- Minor Blemishes can be removed by buffing with a cloth or brush as well as vacuuming
- Light damage such as stains can be easily repaired by lightly sanding and re-applying a fresh coat of Hardwax Oil
- Heavy damage including scratches can be easily ‘repaired’ by sanding the affected area, back to the bare wood if necessary and re-applying a fresh coat of the Hardwax Oil
Please avoid placing the table directly next to heat sources. Such as radiators and electric heaters intense heat can course the wood to split and warp.
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Please test on the underside of the table or inside a cupboard first
Clear satin can be applied onto any colour
Rustic brown - smoked oak
Light brown - light oak
Distressed grey - onyx
Dark brown - dark oak
Grey - Belgium grey
All metalwork is coated with a clear or coloured powder coating. Making it resistant to moisture and general handling. Wipe metal work with a clean microfibre cloth.