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Leather Products

* All leather furniture should be protected from exposure to sunlight and heat, these elements may cause the leather to fade or lose its soft feel.

* It is important to clean leather periodically with a dry cloth to remove residual dust and prevent dirt buildup.

* Most liquids will be initially repelled by the leather but if left on the surface for an extended period of time they will be absorbed into the leather. If a liquid is spilled on the surface it is best to blot the liquid immediately with a clean, absorbent cloth.

* Spills such as butter, oil or grease should be wiped with a clean, dry cloth immediately, the spot should then dissipate into the leather in a short period of time.

* For any stubborn stains and/or spills, it is best to use a lightly dampened cloth with warm water to blot at the stain to remove it. If this fails to work, you can then mix a solution of mild soap with water, then blot to remove the stain and blot again with a dry cloth. Do not scrub at the stain or spill.


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Leather Products

* All leather furniture should be protected from exposure to sunlight and heat, these elements may cause the leather to fade or lose its soft feel.

* It is important to clean leather periodically with a dry cloth to remove residual dust and prevent dirt buildup.

* Most liquids will be initially repelled by the leather but if left on the surface for an extended period of time they will be absorbed into the leather. If a liquid is spilled on the surface it is best to blot the liquid immediately with a clean, absorbent cloth.

* Spills such as butter, oil or grease should be wiped with a clean, dry cloth immediately, the spot should then dissipate into the leather in a short period of time.

* For any stubborn stains and/or spills, it is best to use a lightly dampened cloth with warm water to blot at the stain to remove it. If this fails to work, you can then mix a solution of mild soap with water, then blot to remove the stain and blot again with a dry cloth. Do not scrub at the stain or spill. ImageName


Suede & Velvet Products

* Our suede and velvet fabrics are made of a polyester composition, as polyester fibres are durable and easy to maintain. These types of fabrics are recommended for hardwearing environments. For general maintenance, the fabric requires a soft brushing with the nap of the fabric in order to keep its best shape. 


* Fabrics such as velvet may change colour when exposed to light coming from different directions. This is not considered a defect, rather it is just the nature of the fabric, and adds a unique touch to your piece. 


* For any liquid bases spills on suede or velvet, we recommend using a soft, absorbent towel to blot the stain. Do not rub, as this may cause pilling. If required, you can use a slightly damn cloth to assist in removing the stain. It is important not to apply too much water to the velvet, as the velvet needs to dry quickly to avoid any residual watermarks.

* For stubborn/hard to remove stains, you can use an upholstery cleaner. We recommend testing these cleaners on a discrete area before use. Carefully apply the cleaner to the fabric with a soft sponge, and ensure to leave the fabrics’ pile undisturbed.


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Suede & Velvet Products

* Our suede and velvet fabrics are made of a polyester composition, as polyester fibres are durable and easy to maintain. These types of fabrics are recommended for hardwearing environments. For general maintenance, the fabric requires a soft brushing with the nap of the fabric in order to keep its best shape. 


* Fabrics such as velvet may change colour when exposed to light coming from different directions. This is not considered a defect, rather it is just the nature of the fabric, and adds a unique touch to your piece. 


* For any liquid bases spills on suede or velvet, we recommend using a soft, absorbent towel to blot the stain. Do not rub, as this may cause pilling. If required, you can use a slightly damn cloth to assist in removing the stain. It is important not to apply too much water to the velvet, as the velvet needs to dry quickly to avoid any residual watermarks.

* For stubborn/hard to remove stains, you can use an upholstery cleaner. We recommend testing these cleaners on a discrete area before use. Carefully apply the cleaner to the fabric with a soft sponge, and ensure to leave the fabrics’ pile undisturbed. After it is cleaned, be sure to vacuum and brush the pile back into place in order to keep the fabric looking its best. ImageName



Fabric Products

* We recommend vacuuming regularly with a soft upholstery attachment. Dirt combined with body moisture can produce a grime discolouration to the fabric. Vacuuming will also remove grit that can wear away the fabric.

* To clean spills, immediately dab with absorbent paper or a white, non-abrasive cloth, and then remove the stain. Wash only using colourless, mild soapsuds.

* Do not rub the fabric with a cloth. Dry cleaning is recommended to remove spills or marks.

* We recommend using a professional dry cleaning service at least once a year to keep the fabric looking its best.

* Temporary pilling can happen with some fabrics. This is not considered a fault, and can be removed with a pill removal machine. Pilling is a characteristic of many upholstered fabrics, and is a result of excess fibre coming off the surface of the material. The release of excess fibre results in small balls or ‘pills’ forming on the surface of the material. This condition is not covered under warranty by the fabric mills, as it is not a defect. It is simply excess material being released.

*Fabric Upholstery must be protected from sunlight exposure. Placing in direct sunlight will cause the fabric to fade overtime.


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Fabric Products

* We recommend vacuuming regularly with a soft upholstery attachment. Dirt combined with body moisture can produce a grime discolouration to the fabric. Vacuuming will also remove grit that can wear away the fabric.

* To clean spills, immediately dab with absorbent paper or a white, non-abrasive cloth, and then remove the stain. Wash only using colourless, mild soapsuds.

* We recommend using a professional dry cleaning service at least once a year to keep the fabric looking its best.

* Temporary pilling can happen with some fabrics. This is not considered a fault, and can be removed with a pill removal machine. Pilling is a characteristic of many upholstered fabrics, and is a result of excess fibre coming off the surface of the material. The release of excess fibre results in small balls or ‘pills’ forming on the surface of the material. This condition is not covered under warranty by the fabric mills, as it is not a defect. It is simply excess material being released. ImageName


Oak Products

* For our collections we only use oak sourced from managed forests in Europe. Our oak furniture is finished with a pigmented hardwax oil.

* This protective finish forms a natural coating, repelling most common substances and fluids,but is no foolproof guarantee against stains.

* For refreshing the surface of the furniture when the wood starts to feel dry or for removing stains, Ethnicraft recommends Osmo Liquid Wax Cleaner* (3029). Do not use this product daily. The Liquid Wax Cleaner is no guarantee against stains

* Through time and depending on wear, the original hardwax coating on the furniture may need to be renewed. Make sure the surface is clean and dry. Use extra fine sand paper (minimum 320 grit) and work in the direction of the wood grain, then apply the Osmo Hardwax Oil Natural (3041). The oil protection is no guarantee against stains.

* The oil protection is no guarantee against stains.


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Oak Products

* For our collections we only use oak sourced from managed forests in Europe. Our oak furniture is finished with a pigmented hardwax oil.

* This protective finish forms a natural coating, repelling most common substances and fluids,but is no foolproof guarantee against stains.

* For refreshing the surface of the furniture when the wood starts to feel dry or for removing stains, Ethnicraft recommends Osmo Liquid Wax Cleaner* (3029). Do not use this product daily. The Liquid Wax Cleaner is no guarantee against stains

* Through time and depending on wear, the original hardwax coating on the furniture may need to be renewed. Make sure the surface is clean and dry. Use extra fine sand paper (minimum 320 grit) and work in the direction of the wood grain, then apply the Osmo Hardwax Oil Natural (3041). The oil protection is no guarantee against stains.

* The oil protection is no guarantee against stains. ImageName


Teak Products

* Our teak collection comes without a finish, or any kind of protective treatment. The wood is merely polished, allowing the natural oils to rise to the surface. The high density of teak has the advantage that stains stay on the surface and do not penetrate into the wood easily.

* For cleaning, use a damp – not too wet – sponge or cloth with a mild solution of water and natural soap (no detergent). Frequent cleaning with a natural soap solution will gradually build up a protective layer: as the wood absorbs the soap, it will become more stain repellant.

* If you want to protect the wood from the start, give your furniture a protective coating. We recommend Osmo Hardwax Oil, clear mat (3062).

* This finish seals the pores of the timber, forming a natural protection.

* Use extra fine sand paper (minimum 320 grit) in the direction of the wood grain and apply the Osmo Hardwax Oil, clear mat (3062).


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Teak Products

* Our teak collection comes without a finish, or any kind of protective treatment. The wood is merely polished, allowing the natural oils to rise to the surface. The high density of teak has the advantage that stains stay on the surface and do not penetrate into the wood easily.

* For cleaning, use a damp – not too wet – sponge or cloth with a mild solution of water and natural soap (no detergent). Frequent cleaning with a natural soap solution will gradually build up a protective layer: as the wood absorbs the soap, it will become more stain repellant.

* If you want to protect the wood from the start, give your furniture a protective coating. We recommend Osmo Hardwax Oil, clear mat (3062).

* This finish seals the pores of the timber, forming a natural protection.

* Use extra fine sand paper (minimum 320 grit) in the direction of the wood grain and apply the Osmo Hardwax Oil, clear mat (3062). ImageName

Walnut Products

* All walnut furniture is first tinted with coloured oil and then finished with natural oil. This finish forms a natural coating, protecting it against most substances and fluids, but is no complete guarantee against stains.

* For cleaning, use a damp sponge or cloth (not too wet!) with a mild solution of water and natural soap (no detergent)

* If you want to protect the wood from the start, give your furniture a protective coating. We recommend Osmo Hardwax Oil, clear mat (3062).

* This finish seals the pores of the timber, forming a natural protection.

* For refreshing the surface of the furniture when the wood starts to feel dry or for removing stains, Ethnicraft recommends Osmo Liquid Wax Cleaner (3029). Do not use this product daily. The Liquid Wax Cleaner is no guarantee against stains.

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Walnut Products

* All walnut furniture is first tinted with coloured oil and then finished with natural oil. This finish forms a natural coating, protecting it against most substances and fluids, but is no complete guarantee against stains.

* For cleaning, use a damp sponge or cloth (not too wet!) with a mild solution of water and natural soap (no detergent)

* If you want to protect the wood from the start, give your furniture a protective coating. We recommend Osmo Hardwax Oil, clear mat (3062).

* This finish seals the pores of the timber, forming a natural protection.

* For refreshing the surface of the furniture when the wood starts to feel dry or for removing stains, Ethnicraft recommends Osmo Liquid Wax Cleaner (3029). Do not use this product daily. The Liquid Wax Cleaner is no guarantee against stains. ImageName


Glass Products

* Glass is a useful material and can withstand most cleaning agents found in the house, we recommend table tops should be wiped with a clean, dry lint free cloth and when needed for removing if any difficult marks or stains you can use a house hold cleaner such as windex.

* Glass is not resistant to scratches or chips, we suggest avoiding dragging anything across the surface or abutting the glass against a hard or abrasive surface.

* Whilst glass is heat-resistant we recommend never placing hot items such as tea lights, pots or other hot objects directly on the surface.

* For mirrored surfaces these can be cleaned with a lint free cloth, when need you can also remove any difficult marks with a household cleaner such as windex.


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Glass Products

* Glass is a useful material and can withstand most cleaning agents found in the house, we recommend table tops should be wiped with a clean, dry lint-free cloth and when needed for removing if any difficult marks or stains you can use a household cleaner such as Windex.

* Glass is not resistant to scratches or chips, we suggest avoiding dragging anything across the surface or abutting the glass against a hard or abrasive surface.

* Whilst glass is heat-resistant we recommend never placing hot items such as tea lights, pots or other hot objects directly on the surface.

* For mirrored surfaces these can be cleaned with a lint free cloth when need you can also remove any difficult marks with a household cleaner such as Windex. ImageName



Marble Products

* Marble is a natural and porous stone. Each piece of marble is unique and has inherent qualities that will vary from piece to piece including, veining, tint and density.

* Minor pitting and/or surface ssures are normal characterise of natural stones and are not considered defects. Marble is also not scratch proof, small nicks and/or scratches are considered general war and tear and not covered under warranty.

* The surface of your new marble product should not come into contact with hot and/or moist/wet containers or materials. It is recommended to use coasters, placemats and the like to avoid any marks or stains from heat or liquids.

* Due to the porous nature of Marble, we recommend cleaning any spills promptly to avoid penetration of the stain into the surface. Wash the surface in a small, overlapping, sweeping motion, then dry with a soft clean cloth to prevent spotting.

* Do not let any spill sit on the surface as this will permanently mark the stone.

* Avoid any abrasive cleaners such as cleaners with acidic properties, such as juices, detergents and corrosive liquids as these will damage the surface of the marble.

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Marble Products

* Marble is a natural and porous stone. Each piece of marble is unique and has inherent qualities that will vary from piece to piece including, veining, tint and density.

* Minor pitting and/or surface ssures are normal characterise of natural stones and are not considered defects. Marble is also not scratch proof, small nicks and/or scratches are considered general war and tear and not covered under warranty.

* The surface of your new marble product should not come into contact with hot and/or moist/wet containers or materials. It is recommended to use coasters, placemats and the like to avoid any marks or stains from heat or liquids.

* Due to the porous nature of Marble, we recommend cleaning any spills promptly to avoid penetration of the stain into the surface. Wash the surface in a small, overlapping, sweeping motion, then dry with a soft clean cloth to prevent spotting.

* Do not let any spill sit on the surface as this will permanently mark the stone.

* Avoid any abrasive cleaners such as cleaners with acidic properties, such as juices, detergents and corrosive liquids as these will damage the surface of the marble. ImageName

Teak Outdoor Products

* If you wish to retain the golden colour, the furniture must be treated with teak sealant before use and on a regular basis. How often treatment is needed depends on the climate and whether the furniture is placed in a sheltered position, for example under a roof. As a general rule, teak table tops should be cleaned and treated at least a couple of times a year.

* If your teak furniture becomes silvery-grey or black on the surface, it can be cleaned with a recommended teak cleaner. After cleaning and rinsing thoroughly with water, allow the furniture to dry. When the furniture is completely dry, it is ready to be treated with teak sealant. If the furniture has been exposed to the elements over an extended period of time and developed patina, it may be necessary to sand it down before cleaning and treating it.

* Clean daily with a moist cloth, water and washing-up liquid. Alternatively, use a soap flake solution to saturate the wood so that the furniture does not get stain as easily. You can also use a lukewarm cloth or a soft sponge for cleaning of your teak furniture.


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Teak Outdoor Products

* If you wish to retain the golden colour, the furniture must be treated with teak sealant before use and on a regular basis. How often treatment is needed depends on the climate and whether the furniture is placed in a sheltered position, for example under a roof. As a general rule, teak table tops should be cleaned and treated at least a couple of times a year.

* If your teak furniture becomes silvery-grey or black on the surface, it can be cleaned with a recommended teak cleaner. After cleaning and rinsing thoroughly with water, allow the furniture to dry. When the furniture is completely dry, it is ready to be treated with teak sealant. If the furniture has been exposed to the elements over an extended period of time and developed patina, it may be necessary to sand it down before cleaning and treating it.

* Clean daily with a moist cloth, water and washing-up liquid. Alternatively, use a soap flake solution to saturate the wood so that the furniture does not get stain as easily. You can also use a lukewarm cloth or a soft sponge for cleaning of your teak furniture. ImageName

Tex Outdoor Products

* Because the product is used outdoor over extended periods of time, regular cleaning with a soft brush and soapy water is important. This ensures the removal of superficial soil and debris, such as leaves, berries, pollen and bird droppings, before they have a chance to build up and become more difficult to remove.

* It is important to place your cushions in an upright position when not in use. This ensures optimum drainage, thereby minimising the risk of mould and mildew. The anti-bacterial protection in the cushion core is most effective with correct drainage of the cushion.

* Please note, that despite the anti-bacterial protection, mildew can still form between the inner and outer covers, if the cushion is not properly drained or cleaned. In case of food or drink spills, wash the spot immediately with warm soapy water and allow the cushion to dry in an upright position. White Cane-line Tex®: White furniture is more delicate and prone to staining and thus requires more regular cleaning.


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Tex Outdoor Products

* Because the product is used outdoor over extended periods of time, regular cleaning with a soft brush and soapy water is important. This ensures the removal of superficial soil and debris, such as leaves, berries, pollen and bird droppings, before they have a chance to build up and become more difficult to remove.

* It is important to place your cushions in an upright position when not in use. This ensures optimum drainage, thereby minimising the risk of mould and mildew. The anti-bacterial protection in the cushion core is most effective with correct drainage of the cushion.

* Please note, that despite the anti-bacterial protection, mildew can still form between the inner and outer covers, if the cushion is not properly drained or cleaned. In case of food or drink spills, wash the spot immediately with warm soapy water and allow the cushion to dry in an upright position. White Cane-line Tex®: White furniture is more delicate and prone to staining and thus requires more regular cleaning.

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Weave Outdoor Products

* Cane-line Weave® has been developed to withstand climate conditions all over the world and the material will retain its colour and shape for many years. All products are hand-woven with the Cane-line Weave® fibre, which can vary slightly in colour, creating a nice contrast in the surface of the weave. This gives the furniture a unique, natural and exclusive look.

* Because the product is used outdoors over extended periods of time, regular cleaning with a soft brush and soapy water is important.This ensures the removal of superficial soil and debris, such as leaves, berries, pollen and bird droppings, before they have a chance to build up and become more difficult to remove.

* Alternatively, the product can be cleaned with a high-pressure cleaner set at moderate.


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Weave Outdoor Products

* Cane-line Weave® has been developed to withstand climate conditions all over the world and the material will retain its colour and shape for many years. All products are hand-woven with the Cane-line Weave® fibre, which can vary slightly in colour, creating a nice contrast in the surface of the weave. This gives the furniture a unique, natural and exclusive look.

* Because the product is used outdoors over extended periods of time, regular cleaning with a soft brush and soapy water is important.This ensures the removal of superficial soil and debris, such as leaves, berries, pollen and bird droppings, before they have a chance to build up and become more difficult to remove.

* Alternatively, the product can be cleaned with a high-pressure cleaner set at moderate. ImageName

HPL Outdoor Products

* Clean the table top with a moist microfibre cloth. Most stains can be removed with water and ordinary all-purpose cleaner or dishwashing detergent.

* For more stubborn stains, a dab of concentrated detergent can be effective.

* We also recommend cleaning the entire table thoroughly 2-3 times a year.

* Never use abrasive or highly aggressive cleaning products, such as steel wool, scouring powder or other polishes (for home use), to clean laminate table tops, as they can scratch the surface and cause irreparable damage to your table top.



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HPL Outdoor Products

* Clean the table top with a moist microfibre cloth. Most stains can be removed with water and ordinary all-purpose cleaner or dishwashing detergent.

* For more stubborn stains, a dab of concentrated detergent can be effective.

* We also recommend cleaning the entire table thoroughly 2-3 times a year.

* Never use abrasive or highly aggressive cleaning products, such as steel wool, scouring powder or other polishes (for home use), to clean laminate table tops, as they can scratch the surface and cause irreparable damage to your table top. ImageName

Glass Outdoor Products

* It is important to handle your table top with care and avoid setting it down hard or putting strain on the edges after the packaging has been removed.

*Glass table tops should always be handled by two people.

* These tables tops generally requires only a minimum of maintenance. Wipe it down after use with a moist microfibre cloth and mild detergent.

* Placing objects on the table top, such as a potted plant, can cause scratches or lime deposits. Lime deposits can be removed with a mild vinegar solution.

* Moving/pushing things with rough edges across the table can cause scratches that cannot be removed.


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Glass Outdoor Products

* It is important to handle your table top with care and avoid setting it down hard or putting strain on the edges after the packaging has been removed.

*Glass table tops should always be handled by two people.

* These tables tops generally requires only a minimum of maintenance. Wipe it down after use with a moist microfibre cloth and mild detergent.

* Placing objects on the table top, such as a potted plant, can cause scratches or lime deposits. Lime deposits can be removed with a mild vinegar solution.

* Moving/pushing things with rough edges across the table can cause scratches that cannot be removed. ImageName

Ceramic Outdoor Products

* It is important to handle your table top with care and avoid setting it down hard or putting strain on the edges after the packaging has been removed.

* Ceramic table tops should always be handled by two people and always carried in a vertical position after the packaging has been removed.

* NOTE! Carrying the table top horizontally can cause cracks to form in the middle of the table top.

* Clean the table top with a microfibre cloth.

* Most stains can be removed with water and ordinary, gentle dishwashing detergent. For more stubborn stains, a dab of concentrated detergent can be effective.

* Always wipe the table of afterwards with a clean cloth.

* We recommend carefully cleaning the table at least 2-3 times a year.


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Ceramic Outdoor Products

* It is important to handle your table top with care and avoid setting it down hard or putting strain on the edges after the packaging has been removed.

* Ceramic table tops should always be handled by two people and always carried in a vertical position after the packaging has been removed.

* NOTE! Carrying the table top horizontally can cause cracks to form in the middle of the table top.

* Clean the table top with a microfibre cloth.

* Most stains can be removed with water and ordinary, gentle dishwashing detergent. For more stubborn stains, a dab of concentrated detergent can be effective.

* Always wipe the table of afterwards with a clean cloth.

* We recommend carefully cleaning the table at least 2-3 times a year. ImageName