Table top - cleaning and care
Removal of loose dust and dirt:
Loose dirt can be removed with dust-binding cloths, e.g. a microfibre cloth be removed.
Removing stubborn dirt
To remove stubborn dirt, dissolve a mild cleaning agent (e.g. washing-up liquid) in water according to the manufacturer's instructions. Saturate a soft cloth with cleaning solution and wring it out well. Wipe the linoleum surface clean with it.
Removal of stubborn dirt and stains
For stubborn dirt and stains, there are special cleaning and care sets for furniture linoleum (e.g. from HARell) Please note that most Are moderately oily and can cause unsightly shiny spots on your tabletop.
- Liquids such as coffee, tea, wine, sauce splashes or similar should be removed from the surface as quickly as possible.
- Terracotta, clay or metal flower pots can stain linoleum. Please use suitable coasters.
- Disinfectants can cause stains due to their high solvent content. If the linoleum surface needs to be disinfected, please only use a surface disinfectant suitable for linoleum and test it beforehand on a sample piece or an inconspicuous area.
- Please do not use any solvent-based cleaning agents such as white spirit, acetone or nail polish remover. These destroy the surface of the linoleum.
The so-called "drying chamber film" is formed during the post-oxidation phase of linoleum production and is noticeable through a yellow tinge. As soon as the linoleum is exposed to UV / daylight, it disappears. If objects such as a mousepad, monitor or books are left on the linoleum board for a long period of time, this discoloration can show up again. But it disappears as soon as light falls on the spot again. The drying chamber film cannot be removed by cleaning.
Wood - care and cleaning
For regular cleaning, wipe the wood surface with a dry or slightly damp (not wet!) cotton cloth . Please do not use a microfiber cloth, as this may cause small scratches in the wood.
Small stains or dirt can be easily removed with special furniture soap . Do not use any fat-dissolving household cleaners or steam cleaners, as these can damage the wood structure, which in the long run can also damage the elegant look of the wood surface.
Heavier soiling that cannot be removed by simply wiping can be easily removed with fine sandpaper. Then treat the affected area again with a suitable furniture oil.
Water stains must first be completely dry before they can be treated and can only be treated after they are completely dry.
Please note: Wood is a natural material that always shows differences in structure and color, making each individual product unique. Unfortunately, this also means that a wood sample or digital image of wood can only approximate the structure and color of the real product. All roomours blades are oiled to emphasize and protect the properties and natural look of the material.
The FSC-certified wood for all roomours products comes from Germany, Austria or the Czech Republic. Products with this "Forest TÜV seal" must meet strict sustainability standards and are checked regularly..