Cleaning furniture of wood veneer
The surface of veneered furniture is protected by lacquer, varnish, oil or wax. On the one hand, this protective layer emphasises the beauty of the wood, on the other hand it helps to maintain the durability and ease of care of the piece of furniture. It is fully sufficient to remove dust regularly by wiping it with a soft, dry cloth or a slightly moist, supple chamois in the direction of the wood grain. A little washing-up liquid can also be added to the water.
Prohibited are: Bleaching additives (e.g. lemon) and all other cleaning and scouring agents. Do not clean coated (lacquered or varnished) veneer surfaces with microfibre cloths. Liquids containing acid, e.g. fruit juices or alcohol, should be dabbed away and the surface then wiped down with a moist chamois.