Each of our products has its own peculiarities, which should be taken into account when caring for them. We want to make sure you enjoy your product for a long time, so we have listed care instructions below depending on the material.
This is how you can care for your marble and travertine products:
1. clean the natural stone regularly with a pH neutral detergent and warm water to remove dirt and stains.
2. avoid using harsh acidic or abrasive cleaners, as they can damage the surface of the natural stone.
3. Wipe up spills immediately to prevent stains from forming. Especially with acidic drinks such as champagne, you should be careful with the product.
4. After use and cleaning, dry our natural stone products with a soft cloth to avoid water stains on the stone and the surfaces to be protected underneath the product.
5. consider using a stone-specific sealer for added protection.
6. avoid using a vacuum cleaner with a hard brush, as this may scratch the surface.
It is important to note that marble and travertine are natural stones where variations in color and pattern are to be expected. Due to its porous nature, regular maintenance is recommended to preserve the beauty of the stone.
This is how you can care for your stainless steel products:
1. To clean stainless steel products, use only mild detergents with warm water to remove dirt, grease and fingerprints. Avoid abrasive cleaners or scouring pads as they can damage the surface.
2. After cleaning, dry the stainless steel products thoroughly to avoid water spots that may remain on the surface. Use a clean, soft cloth.
3. Avoid contact of stainless steel products with acidic foods or drinks as they may attack the surface. If contact occurs, rinse immediately.
3. When using stainless steel cutlery, avoid placing forks and knives in the dishwasher with the prongs or blades pointing downwards to avoid scratches. It is recommended that the cutlery be washed by hand.
It is important to note that our stainless steel products are handmade and may be subject to variations and colour differences.