American White Oak imported from the US which is NHLA certified as there is no Oak grown in Indonesia. Our products' materials are processed by machines but assembly and finishing of our products is mostly (approx. 70 percent) done by hand. Our wooden legs are also turned by hand.
Dust regularly with a microfibre cloth For light cleaning, wipe the surface with a clean, damp cloth. Dry thoroughly with a microfiber cloth to prevent spotting. Clean all spills immediately. Blot the spill with a lightly damp cloth, then dry thoroughly to avoid streaking. The surface of your furniture should not come in contact with hot or moist/wet containers and materials. Use coasters, place mats, trivets, tablecloths and table runners to protect furniture surfaces from heat, stains and objects with abrasive finishes that may scratch your furniture. Do not let spills settle on the surface as the moisture from spills and sweating from cold liquids can be quickly absorbed and mark the surface. Do not leave objects in the same position on surfaces over long periods of time to prevent permanent discolouration. Avoid placing veneer furniture in brightly lit areas/in direct or reflected sunlight. Concentrated exposure to light can cause veneer to fade or split and is not covered by warranty. Do not apply undue pressure on a veneer surface as this can leave permanent impression marks (i.e., by writing or a heavy object). Liquids that contain alcohol (e.g. nail polish) may permanently stain veneer surfaces. If you choose to polish your furniture with a product/solvent, always test it first on a small, not seen area to trial how the veneer will react.