1. Keep furniture away from direct sunlight to prevent fading and damage to the finish.
  2. Dust furniture regularly with a soft, lint-free cloth to remove surface dust and prevent it from accumulating.
  3. Use coasters, placemats, and tablecloths to protect surfaces from scratches, stains, and heat damage.
  4. Avoid using harsh chemicals and abrasive cleaners on furniture, as they can damage the finish and cause discoloration.
  5. Follow the manufacturer's instructions for cleaning and maintenance, including recommended cleaning products and techniques.
  6. Use furniture pads or felt protectors on the bottom of chairs, tables, and other furniture to prevent scratching and damage to flooring.
  7. Keep furniture away from moisture and humidity, as they can cause warping and damage to the wood.
  8. Periodically check and tighten bolts, screws, and other fasteners to prevent them from loosening over time.
  9. Store furniture in a cool, dry place when not in use, and cover it with a protective cover to prevent dust and damage.
  10. Lift furniture instead of dragging it across the floor when moving to avoid scratches and damage to both the furniture and the flooring.
  11. Dust the furniture regularly with a soft, lint-free cloth.
  12. Wipe the wooden surface with a clean microfiber cloth dampened in a wood-friendly cleanser. Immediately wipe the moisture with a dry, soft, and lint-free cloth.
  13. In case of a spill, blot the stain with a clean, dry cloth gently. Do not use coarse material or rub the spot briskly.
  14. Use mats and coasters before placing any hot or cold items on the wooden surface.
  15. Ensure that the furniture does not have any exposure to moisture and water.
  16. Protect the material from direct sunlight and heat to maintain its original quality.
  17. Keep sharp objects away from your furniture to avoid cuts and scratches.
  18. Avoid contact with chemicals and alcohol, which can harm the natural finish and durability of the product.
  19. Use a tablecloth or any thick quality cloth on your dining table or any other table that is subject to daily and heavy use.
  20. Do not keep warm or cold items directly on a furniture surface; instead, use a hot pad or coasters. Please do not keep hot items like a tawa or baking dish even on a hot pad.
  21. To protect your furniture from fading, avoid keeping it next to windows or other places where it can be exposed to direct sunlight.
  22. Avoid sliding or passing items placed on your tabletop to prevent minor scratches that may damage the finish of your furniture.
  23. Avoid placing items like burning candles or irons on any furniture, as the heat generated from them may affect the life of your furniture in the long run. Use candle holders to avoid melting wax touching the furniture.
  24. Clean your furniture items regularly and gently with a soft, lightly damp cloth. Using a rough rag and pressing it hard against the wood may lead to minor scratches.
  25. In case of a spill on the furniture, never try to wipe it, as it will spread the spill and damage the polish. Instead, blot the spill gently.
  26. To protect your furniture from moisture, avoid placing it in direct contact with damp walls. We recommend wiping the moisture promptly with a dry, soft, and lint-free cloth.


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