So, imagine this: you have just taken delivery of your new Danetti furniture – it’s the white gloss dining table you’ve been waiting for! It’s looking brand new and shiny, just like it should – but how are you going to keep it looking this pristine? Our experts have answered some frequently asked questions on how to keep your white gloss furniture looking its best…
There is actually no need to use anything other than water and sometimes a very mild detergent with an e-cloth. Silicone based cleaners will leave a greasy film over the surface which will be almost impossible to remove. No need to use glass cleaners either… they are corrosive and will damage the tabletop. All you need to do is simply give it a very light wipe with an e-cloth - on this occasion, less really is more!
Only if you are on a mission to rid your table of its lovely blemish free smooth gloss surface. You really only need to use a microfibre cloth or an e-cloth – promise!
Never say never… I would say to always protect your table with a table protector when it’s being used for other purposes to reduce the risk of indentation and scoring the surface with sharp objects.
It is unlikely that will happen – it takes quite a lot of strength and determination to chip our tables, so hopefully this is not something you need to ever worry about. I have heard on the gloss grapevine that some people have had certain success with a white gloss chip/scratch car paint repair pen. Apparently it needs a very light touch – but we do not recommend any specific product.
Well, like most tabletops, hot items should always be placed on a trivet or heat proof mat otherwise you can scorch your table and cause irreparable damage. There are some lovely trivets and chopping boards around that will protect your table whilst adding character to your dining setting.
Even though it’s only water, it’s best to wipe it up immediately with an absorbent microfibre cloth. In fact, it is best to avoid anything drying on the surface or you will be left with water streaks, but these can be buffed away with an e-cloth but it is safer to just act quickly.
Yes you can but remember this is a high gloss product and whilst it is durable and hard wearing, to protect the paint finish and help it keep its good looks for longer, we would always recommend using placemats and coasters.
High Gloss maintenance is easy peasy and requires little more than common sense so panic not! Check out our checklist below:
What you need:
When to use them:
THE BIG NO-NO!: Don’t use chemical based cleaners – just pure water and an e-cloth.
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