Caring for your Furniture

Caring for Your Wood Furniture

All of our pieces are built from 100% American hardwood and designed to last generations. However, in order to maintain the beauty of your furniture for years to come, it is important to clean and care for it appropriately. Our furniture comes with a Lifetime Warranty to assure you are always happy with the quality of your piece. Please do not hesitate to reach out to us directly with any additional questions regarding the care and maintenance of your furniture

  • For dusting or light cleaning, use a slightly damp microfiber or other type of soft cloth to remove dust and debris. For harder to remove spills or stains, add a drop of a mild soap, such as a standard dish soap, to your damp cloth.
  • Always clean with a slightly damp cloth, a fully dry cloth could scratch the table.
  • Excess water on your furniture will not harm the table, just be sure to wipe it up in a reasonable time. If left for an extended periord of time, the water may evaporate but it might leave the mineral deposits/rings behind. 
  • Never use harsh cleaners on your furniture,  especially those containing ammonia or bleach.
  • Occasional polishing is recommended. Choose a polish specifically designed for wood furniture that does not contain silicone, which will eventually give the surface a cloudy finish.
  • Keep liquids that are acetone or alcohol based, such as nail polish remover, away from your furniture. If a spill does occur, remove as quickly as possible.
  • Avoid placing furniture directly in front of intense heat sources such as radiators or fireplaces.

The Finish on your Furniture

Catalyzed Varnish is the most commonly used finish in the high-end furniture market. When properly applied and cared for, the beauty of your furniture’s finish will last for generations. The table of chemical resistance should give you some piece of mind. Water has no effect on the finish after it has cured, so you wont need to worry about water rings, coffee, or lemon juice. 

Chemical Resistance